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CTIA Mobile Application Rating System with ESRB

This morning, CTIA announced our Mobile Application Rating System with ESRB. The CTIA Mobile Application Rating System with ESRB will utilize the well-known and trusted age rating icons that ESRB assigns to computer and video games to provide parents and consumers reliable information about the age-appropriateness of applications. Today’s announcement is an extension of CTIA’s 2010 Guidelines for Application Content Classification and Rating

AT&T, Microsoft, Sprint, T-Mobile USA, U.S. Cellular and Verizon Wireless are the founding members of the rating system, and other storefronts have indicated their interest in joining. As technologies and build-out schedules differ by each storefront, full implementation timelines will vary; each storefront may make its own announcement on when the rating system will be available for their customers. 

Here are the five age categories: 

 

If you are a parent or consumer and want to know more about how the rating system will work for you, please visit this section of our website

If you are a developer and want to know how this will impact your applications, please visit this section of our website and take a look at the presentation.

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