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Apple scrutinizing and rejecting some third-party screen time apps

[2018-12-05 22:41:53]

The launch of iOS 12 and Screen Time in September has resulted in Apple taking a harsh stance with some competing "digital health" apps, which have reportedly been subject to extra review, blocking, or removal -- even in the case of titles that have been around for years.

Apple scrutinizing and rejecting some third-party screen time apps


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