Steps on Submitting to the Good App Guide
Follow these steps to submit a children’s app, web-based game, ebook or other software to the Good App Guide (part of Dr Gummer's Good Play Guide) for review:
(Please Note: Once the review is underway we will keep you informed and will provide you with the report, a link to the live review, and the certification mark you can use as and when the review is live on our website. Products reviewed can be live or in prototype/beta testing.)
To find out more about how we review apps click here.
Step 1. Complete the Submission Form
One Form per App (Except where otherwise agreed for a range)
Step 2. Confirm Options & Payment
If you have not yet confirmed and paid for your chosen review option (standard, premium, detailed) please contact us to discuss this.
Terms & Conditions
What You Need To Know...
- Dr Gummer's Good Play Guide (trading name for Good Toy Guide Ltd) reserves the right to refuse to evaluate apps.
- Acceptance of an app for evaluation does not guarantee that the product will feature on the website.
- All material on the website (www.goodplayguide.com) is subject to copyright and must not be reproduced or distributed without the written permissio. Permission to quote our live reviews if a reference to Dr Gummer's Good Play Guide or the Good App Guide is included is typically granted upon request.
- You may not modify or change the Good App Guide stamp of approval or logos in any way without prior written authorisation.
- You may only use the stamp of approval or logo in association with the products or range of products on the GoodPlayGuide.com website.
- You must notify us in writing (email to email@example.com is acceptable) if the product is no longer available, if there are any updates or changes, or if there are any concerns that may affect consumer confidence in your app.
- We reserve the right to charge for re-reviews of products that have been significantly amended following our initial review.
- Submission of this form indicates compliance with the COPPA code of practice and UK Office of Fair Trading’s (now the Competition and Market’s Authority) Children’s online games principles.