Modern day parents know how much their little bundle of joy loves playing with your smartphone – exploring and learning. Goggle Play Store contains tons of app designed to boost your child’s intelligence while allowing them to have some fun. But have you ever realized maybe your child could be buying apps or making in-app purchases without your consent? Kids are smarter than you think, in fact they could be smarter than you when it comes to technology. Here in this article we are going learn how we can childproof Google Play Store and prevent yourself form going bankrupt.
How to Childproof or Restrict Kids to Download Apps From Google Play Store
Step 1: Find and open the Google Play Store app from your app drawer.
Step 2: Once you are on the main screen, tap on the 3 horizontal bars on the upper left corner. You can also slide the left side of the screen.
Step 3: Tap on Settings.
Step 4: Tap on Require authentication for purchase and select either Every 30 minutes or For all purchase through Google Play on this device.
Step 5: You’ll be asked to enter your Google account’s password. Enter it.
Step 6: Tap on OK and you are good to go.
Now you’ll be asked for you Google account’s password every time you try to make a purchase using that device.