SAN FRANCISCO — Google is making its app store more welcoming to kids and families.
The company is rolling out a new experience within its Play Store that helps families more tightly control the type of content children can access, Google announced Thursday during its I/O developer conference in San Francisco
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The goal is to make it easier for parents and other family members to identify apps, books, music, movies and other Google Play content that is age-appropriate for children and younger family members. With the new Play Store experience, parents will be able to more tightly control what type of content Read more…