SaferKid™ App Rating


By Mark Li
SaferKid Age Rating
Parents should know if a child under 18 has this app
Profanity or Crude Humor
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Bottom Line

The Stereodose web site and Android app create playlists based on what drugs the user is taking (e.g. marijuana, ecstasy, etc.). Apple does not allow such apps, and so, in order to get it approved, the developer let users pick brownies, jelly beans, sugar cubes or marshmallows as euphemisms for marijuana, ecstasy, LSD and mushrooms, respectively. Because it's just about "candy," Apple rated it as being OK for use by 9 year-olds.

Talking to Your Children

Your child may be curious about drug culture, experimenting with drugs or have friends who are.

App store description
Welcome to Stereodose, the world's first candy-culture inspired radio with a slight twist to our playlist creations! Genres can only go so far in describing how a song FEELS, and generic moods like “happy” are too broad in scope to properly match a song’s essence. These limitations have brought us to categorize our music by candy names, which ca...
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