You bought your son an iPhone on Christmas and found your iTunes account budget getting beyond control? Whether it is accidental app purchase or you want to prevent children from over-buying we are officially announcing ways to prevent app purchases.
Even iTunes makes things it easier for you by enabling complete control on purchases by minors. It can allot a budget for the store stopping overspending right away. Another important and critical matter is the new iOS in-app purchases which means that you don’t need to be in iTunes every time to purchase an app.
A few days ago a report disclosed parents got shocked after getting iTune bills. In most of the cases the buyer is ignorant of the purchase. In any case, in-app purchase is not to be blaimed for, but yes, we have a solution for that too.
The in-app purchases consist upon ads and quick buying app add-ons or similar stuff that can range from $5 to $100 and can empty pockets of impulsive or ignorant buyers. Especially when you know that minor are using iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch you can just simply turn the in-app purchases disabled to control this issue once and for all.
Restricting the in-app purchase on iOS enabled devices is simple enough. Just open your iDevice, tap the Settings options and move to General settings then tap Restrictions. Just tap the “Enable Restrictions” option and put a memorable code in the area. This would activate the In-App purchas restriction.
Once you have applied the restrictions, it would allow anyone to enter the code within 15 minutes to perform an in-app purchase. This would be done for every individual purchase, securing your pocket.
Have a pocket friendly in-app purchase!
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