In-App Purchases: Not for Kids

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A very nice infographic about in-app for kids. Using a virtual coin for parents to buy and for their kids to use to buy in-app on their own is a very good move made by Kidoz.net Developers.

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A very nice infographic about in-app for kids. Using a virtual coin for parents to buy and for their kids to use to buy in-app on their own is a very good move made by Kidoz.net Developers.

Review on the layout:

This infographic is very neatly made. It’s somehow looks like something you’ll show in a business meeting. Cool looking graphs and charts. All in all the layout is nicely made.

Review on the content:

This infographic shows that in-app for kids aren’t really good for big businesses. Why? Well, we may know that most kids do purchase and play games on their phones, tablets or computers. But the problem is that most parents of these kids aren’t aware or lets just say they don’t want their kids purchasing these in-app. So, in the end these parents sues or ask a refund due to their children purchasing in-app without their consent.

FINAL VERDICT.

Based on what I have been saying about what this Revenue Model for Kid’s App Infographic is all about, it’s wise for developers of kids’ apps to find a new revenue model. Meanwhile the Kidoz.net Developers had been working with dozens of kids’ app developers to build and sustain the ever-growing KIDOZ Store. A store which uses virtual coins the parents buy, then the kids will use these coins to buy and download apps on their own.

In-App Purchases: Not for Kids