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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Trusted Apps for Kids Index

The Trusted Apps for Kids Index FAQs page can help you understand our reviewing system. Find out answers to frequently asked questions about TAK Index.


TAK Index is a score calculated by evaluating game design quality, game interactivity, cognitive abilities and personality traits that the games help develop. The TAK Index value does not include ethical aspects of the game, gender bias and the violence level.

Feel free to email us, we will do our best to evaluate as many games as possible.

Yes, our reviewers play the games to assess them according to our review protocol.

This is a complex process. Please see our TAK Index page for details.

Yes you can. Please see our Reviewer Specialists page for details.

We used the National Health System guidelines.

TAK Index of more than 7.5 generally means a good game. Check The App Review Summary page to see the details of the review.

According to the American Pediatric Society, kids under 18 months should not play games. But this does not mean it is okay for kids to play games when they are 18 months old. There is no clear data on whether there is any danger in exposing kids to technology at an early age. This is a decision you should make.

Scientifically, there is no data on this question. However, The American Pediatric Society and the National Health System in the United Kingdom recommend up to 3 hours per day for children under the age of 5.

Scientifically, there is no data to prove that high exposure to technology is dangerous or not dangerous. We cannot answer this question. At this stage, you should decide how much your kid should be exposed to technology.

This website is here to provide information, and not to provide a position nor to judge people’s beliefs.

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