Apps for kids should be fun and easy to use, and appropriate for the target age group. There are many factors to consider when developing such products. Google, along with scientific experts, have compiled a list of content requirements for children. With their help, teachers from different US states rate applications on Google Play. In this tutorial, you will learn how to make your kids app look great.
There are 5 sections in total:
- Build Teacher Approved apps for Google Play
- Best practices for making high-quality apps for kids
- Understand content appropriateness standards for teacher-approved apps
- Understand ad & in-app purchase standards for teacher-approved apps
- Comply with Families policies and program requirements 12 m
All of them are available on the Google Play Academy website.
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