Thankfully, if you have given an iPhone to your kid, the process to turn off explicit content in Apple Music is easy and straightforward. Being a parent is a lot of work. In the current age of apps and twenty-four-seven internet, it is tough to keep our kids away from violent and adult content. However, it is not that we can not do anything. There are ways we can limit and keep things under proper guidance, check, and control.
Turn on Content Restrictions on your Android device
If you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, learn how to use Screen Time to set content restrictions. Enter a four-digit passcode, then enter it again to confirm it. Make sure that you remember your passcode because there's no way to recover it. If you forget your passcode, you'll have to delete the Apple Music app from your Android device, then reinstall it to change your content restrictions. Then tap Music or Music Videos to turn off access to explicit content. Tap Movies or TV Shows, then choose which ratings you want to allow. Tap Profiles to turn off access to editing your profile on Apple Music and viewing profiles of other Apple Music users. Apple Music availability might vary by country or region. Learn more about what's available in your country or region.
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Our helpful guide will walk you through the steps needed to restrict explicit content from being played in Apple Music on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and your Mac. If you've got a young child who has their own Apple gear, you might be worried that they will stumble upon explicit content on Apple Music. Fortunately, Apple has a setting for that, and even though the option is somewhat tucked away, it only takes a few minutes to change. Once enabled, the Apple Music, podcast, and Apple News content will be restricted to all-ages appropriate content only. You will need to enable this feature for every device that you wish to restrict content on — it is not bound to a user's AppleID. This also only restricts properly-tagged explicit content across Apple-owned services.
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