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Apps & Games content ratings on Google Play
Content ratings for apps and games help you understand an app’s maturity.
Ratings are the responsibility of the app developers and the International Age Rating Coalition (IARC). In South Korea, ratings have been approved by the Game Rating Administration Committee (GRAC)
How Google Play uses ratings
We use content ratings to:
- Inform you of potentially objectionable content within an app.
- Block or filter your content in certain territories or to specific users where required.
What content ratings tell you about an app or game
Age-based ratings & description
Content ratings are used to describe the minimum maturity level of content in apps. However, content ratings don’t tell you whether an app is designed for users of a specific age.
Ratings are typically based on a number of factors, including sexual content, violence, drugs, gambling, and profane language.
Tap Read more on an app’s details page to see a description of why the app got its rating.
In the “Read more” section on the app’s details page, you can learn more about the app’s interactive features. This includes things like whether an app shares a user’s location, or if it allows users to interact with each other. An app’s interactive features are separate from its content rating.
Not all apps in the Google Play store have a rating. Unrated apps are treated like high-maturity apps for the purpose of parental controls until they get a rating.
If you set up parental controls to restrict apps and games to a certain rating, you won’t see any Unrated apps in the Play Store app.
To learn more ways to find content that’s appropriate for your family, including setting up parental controls, read the Parent Guide to Google Play.
Find content ratings
You can find content ratings for apps and games on the app’s detail page under the app title.
To learn more about an app’s content rating, tap Read more. This shows more information about the maturity level of the content, and the app’s interactive features.}
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Understand app privacy & security practices with Google Play’s Data safety section
Before you install an app from Google Play, you can check the app’s Data safety section. Developers use the Data safety section to share information about how their app handles your data. This way, you can make more informed decisions about what apps you use.
Find an app’s data safety information
- Open Google Play .
- Browse or use the search bar to find an app.
- Tap an app.
- Under “Data safety,” you’ll find a summary of the app’s data safety practices.
- For more detail, tap See details.
Tip: The info in the Data safety section only applies to apps distributed on Google Play. You’ll only find the Data safety section on Android 5 and up.
Understand & review app data safety practices
The Data safety section of an app listing lets developers describe how their apps collect, share, and handle different types of data. Developers explain their practices for:
- Data collection: Developers describe the types of user data their app collects, how they use this data, and whether the collection of this data is optional. Data is generally considered “collected” when the developer uses their app to retrieve data off your device.
- In some cases, developers do not need to disclose data as “collected” even if the data technically leaves your device (for example, when the data is only processed ephemerally). Learn more about these cases below.
- Data sharing: Developers describe if their app shares your data with third parties and what types of data are shared. Data is generally considered “shared” when it is accessed by the app and transferred to a third party.
- In some cases, developers do not need to disclose data as “shared” even if it’s technically transferred to another party (for example, when you give your consent to transfer the data after the app explains how it will use the data, or when the data is shared with a developer’s service provider). Learn more about these cases below.
Understand data collection & data sharing
Other information in the Data safety section
Types of data & collection purposes covered in the Data safety section
The Data safety section explains the purpose for collecting and sharing specific types of data. Developers must use the same categories to explain these purposes so you can consistently compare multiple apps. The info should describe all versions and variations of the app.
Learn more about the data types and purposes included in the Data safety section