Cyber Expert Reviewer:
Reviewed on Aug 27, 2020
‘Call of Duty’ is a gaming app with multiplayer functions where players interact with one another, playing solo or in teams. This game consists of short play sessions where the objective is to shoot all other players in a predetermined time frame and emerge as the last man or team standing. Children can talk to their friends or strangers while playing the game; however this feature isn’t essential for play. The chat feature commonly sees users (both friends and strangers) communicating in an aggressive manner. One of the points to remember about Call of Duty is that in-game purchases of skins and weapons for avatars are made with real-world currency, and some kids spend up big money on mum or dad’s credit card to get better equipment. Foul language is often synonymous with shooter style games too, and Call of Duty is no different. Swearing and insults is commonplace on this app.
Open the Settings app.
Tap Screen Time.
Tap Content & Privacy Restrictions.
Move the Content & Privacy Restrictions toggle switch to On/green.
Select iTunes & App Store Purchases.
Select In-App Purchases. ...
Tap Don't Allow to turn off in-app purchases.
Open up Play Store and then hit the menu button located on the top left-hand corner.
Scroll down a bit and select the Setting tab, where you will find the ‘Require authentication for purchases‘ option.
Tap that and then select ‘For all purchases through Google Play on this device‘.
If your phone sports a fingerprint sensor, then fingerprint authentication will be available as well