They are not password-protected and store clients' children's Apple ID passwords in plain text. Those are two big rules crossed.
Four out of five teenagers happen to like their iPhones, thank you very much, and even one out of five teens want an Apple Watch to go with.
This isn't the first time that YouTube Kids has been under pressure for its collection of data from its under-13 clientele.
At $99.95, the Fitbit Ace wearable unsurprisingly lacks built-in GPS, heart rate monitoring and other high-end features. But your kids probably don't need any of that stuff anyway.
Finally, the fun, educational Amazon FreeTime kid-friendly service hits Google's Play Store to help out more Android-using parents.