I am a father of two children, my children help my to create the apps, they test them and they play with them.
I try to be as less intrusive as possible.
>>My Apps for Kids:
- They have no in-game purchases.
- Does not use location or social networks.
- Does not include third party analytics.
- Does not include third party ads.
- Does not collect data.
- Only Davihesoft's apps advertising appears.
- Also we use parental gates.
>>My Apps for babies also:
- They have no ads.
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