Android Apps Must Be Rated by Developers
Nov 24, 2010, 10:02 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Google will be instituting a new mandatory ratings system for applications that appear within the Android Market. The four ratings are All, Pre-teen, Teen, & Mature, and must be applied to all applications by their developer. This includes apps that have already been published. Google said that apps with no content rating will default to Mature. Google believes that the new rating system will help end users choose apps and content that is best suited for them.
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Always tell the truth?
At least I would hope so.
I have no problem with that. This will even help some avoid that special app they're not looking for 😉
Along with that, can we force the advertisers to rate their ads an...