Saturday, 6 January 2018

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to Jeevansons and we are committed to protecting the privacy of parents and kids. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our privacy practices.

Jeevansons uses and makes all attempts to protect all information when you use our apps & services.

If you do not agree to this Privacy Policy, please do not use the service. We reserve the right to make changes to this Privacy Policy. If we make a material change to this Privacy Policy, we will notify you by posting the change in this Privacy Policy. Please check back from time to time to ensure that you are aware of these changes. Your continued use of the Service will signify your acceptance of these changes.
in short, the program is awesome and we love it. Here is how to get into the Designed for Families section in the Google Play Store.
1.Focus on Kids Interests
The Designed for Families program is structured to make it simple for parents and kids to find great apps that are appropriate for kids interests and abilities. The section is divided into age-based rating categories, and apps must have a rating to participate. Along with the obvious, that thinking of kids needs helps create apps they love, focusing on their interests will help the right users find your app as well. For example, the parent of a 3 year-old can quickly filter to apps for kids under 5, download an approved Thomas & Friends app, and watch her child play and learn with puzzles.
2. Add Value for Your Users
For an app to be included in the family section it’s not enough to simply be appropriate for kids, it must provide kids with added value. There are a lot of ways an app can provide value for kids, an app can provide a child with a self-learning tool to practice reading, or a means to develop problem solving skills through play. In fact, kids spend more time engaging with apps where they can learn, you can read more about creating apps kids love
3. Include a Kid-Friendly Privacy Policy
When working with kids privacy is always a focus, and digital products must be COPPA compliant. For an app to comply with the Designed for Families section a privacy policy must be posted for users. Don’t forget that privacy for kid’s apps means you can’t collect information on users, and must have parent’s consent for any information that is shared.
4. Implement a Kid-Safe Monetization Method
Of course, developers need to generate revenue to continue making great apps and providing users with fun experiences. With kids apps monetization tools should be COPPA compliant, meaning parents consent is required for any payments.
When choosing a monetization method it is important to consider how users are using your app. Most kids apps utilize one of three revenue generation methods: one-time payment, freemium, or in-app ads. Developers shouldn’t be afraid of free aps, there are ways to generate revenue while staying true to your original vision and creating value for kids.