Recently Apple sent out an email asking its developers who are involved in building apps for kids below the age of 11 to sort their software in various parts in one of three age groups, which aids ease for parents to arrive at age-specific apps when the unseen “Kids” App Store category arrives along with iOS 7.

Post declaration of plans for this new segment in the Apps Store at this year’s WDC, Apple is making footsteps to bring this fine-tuned earlier of its release in the iOS 7 this fall.

iTunes Kids - ©

iTunes Kids

By putting the add-on segment, kids’ apps will still remain as direct and subordinate category like Lifestyle or Games, but may own identities for relevant age clusters. As per the email, programmers can select from various line-ups: Ages 5 and below, Ages 6 to 8 and so on. User will be allowed to select only category at a time. The call arrives from the iPhone maker which suggests many more changes in its present iTunes usage terms as they particularly are relevant for children.

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