App rejected - add parental gate

andrew at andrew at
Mon Mar 18 09:50:00 EDT 2019

I had a student submit an app that got rejected for the same reason.  
To gain approval he presented a grid of 9 random numbers  
(7,19,603,73,29,200,etc.) and asked the end-user to select values that  
were "multiples of 3" (603,29,etc.). This was deemed an appropriate  
age-gate for his audience and intended outside activity (post to  

He stopped developing and the app has been removed from the App Store  
(never was updated for iOS 11), so there isn't a good way to see his  

All 3 of those examples that Apple gives seem pretty easy to script in  
LiveCode. Bigger problem may be determining what is age appropriate.

--Andrew Bell

> Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2019 10:11:26 +0100
> From: William de Smet <williamdesmet at>
> Subject: App rejected - add parental gate
> Hi there,
> An app update was rejected due to the fact I ticked the ?Kids  
> category? in the initial version of the app. In the app they can  
> share an image outside the app. The current quidelines say I have to  
> add a parental gate now.
> Is there anyone who has an example on how to do this?
> Greetings,
> William

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