Developers of banished iOS parental control apps demand screen time API
A group of iOS developers who had their parental control apps pulled from the App Store are demanding a screen time API.
The apps were pulled from the App Store over concerns they violate user privacy. Protecting users is fair, but the developers want a way to provide their apps safely.
Seventeen developers have banded together with a technical proposal for implementing such an API.
The developers believe Apple is preventing competition by only allowing its built-in parental...