Taplytics Industry Alert:
App Stores Kids Category Guideline Change
Apple recently changed the rules for all Kids Category apps by prohibiting any third-party tracking. This is a big deal. This latest news is just another step Apple has taken in its effort to make privacy a priority.
Our Taplytics Enterprise Services team is standing by ready to answer any and all questions you may have.
We're also running an upcoming webinar where we'll dive deeper into the details of these changes and what they mean for you going forward.
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Join Taplytics Co-Founder and CEO Aaron Glazer as he explains how Apple has changed its guidelines for apps in the Kids category and what this means for app publishers.
Some key topics include:
Tuesday, July 16th at 2PM EST
Kids App Store Category Changes and it's Impact
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Our team of experts will assess your app, outline how this change will impact you and provide some immediate solutions.