Apple makes changes to the App Store’s age rating in Brazil

On its developer portal, Apple today reported some changes related to the App Store age rating.

The company said it was committed to “ensuring that the store is a safe place for children around the world when they search for and download apps.” Due to Brazilian regulations, the age ratings in our country – which are automatically generated by the App Store Connect – have been adjusted.

From now on, apps that contain, at a rare / moderate level, mature or suggestive themes, sexual content or nudity will be classified as 12 years or more; apps that reference rare / moderate to alcohol use, to tobacco Or the drugs will be classified as 14 years or older; finally, apps that frequently or intensively address mature or suggestive themes, realistic violence, sexual content or nudity, or betting simulation will be classified as 18 years or older.

Age rating of Apple TV + and Twitter appsAge rating of Apple TV + (L / 4 +) and Twitter apps (16/17 +).

The age rating is displayed on the App Store next to Apple’s rating – in the examples above, we have the Brazilian ratings “free” and “16 years”, while those of Apple (based on American law) are “4 years” and “17 years”.

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