Apple restricted Screen Time-like apps due to concerns over children privacy

The iPhone maker says removing the apps from the App Store “ve got nothing” to do with anti-competitiveness.

Apple has issued a rare public word following a report by the New York Times on Saturday that alleged Apple was cracking down on apps that its Screen Time feature emulates. The Times story says that over the past year, Apple has removed or curtailed at the least 11 of the 17 apps that furnish Screen Time-like peculiarities. Screen Time is a feature on iOS 12 and later that allows a user to see how much duration they spend on their iPhone, what apps they use the most, and the ability for the user or parent education the subscribers to provide limitations on the apps.

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