But what if my child has a Google Chromebook?
The most common device for children…the iPad
Now my son rarely gets to play with my iPad even though he’s older, but alot of times people give the smaller ones their iPad or iPhone to keep them occupied with the games. I don’t know if you’ve seen a toddler with a tablet or phone but most toddlers know how to work one better than some adults. But they don’t necessarily understand what they are doing. Alot of apps, and I do mean alot often are free but have in-app purchases, and I’ve seen where it’ll pop up and say purchase “x,y,z” to level up in a game. Now as an adult I know that I don’t want to spend real world money in an app. Kids don’t understand that, and especially little ones. Today a news report came up *again* about a parent ending up with a huge bill because of in-app purchases they didn’t know their kids were making. So here is how you prevent that, because it’s not that hard.