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    Requesting App Store, iTunes and Book Store Content

    Do you need an app for your staff iPad?

    Login to the App Store using a personal Apple ID. (@fusd1.org accounts will not work)

    To create a personal Apple ID without a payment method visit: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204034

     

    ***UPDATED April, 8th 2020***

    Secondary App Screening and Request Process for Spring 2020
    During this unpredictable and ever-changing time, we have decided to allow for the continuation of app requests to be added to the student app self-service portals. These free apps are already available to students here: https://bit.ly/39TfEFs

     

    1. To minimize the impact on both student devices and staff capacity, the following must be considered prior to making any app request:
      Only free apps will be considered at this time. To check if an app is free. This can be done by accessing the Apple App Store, searching for the app name, and reviewing the cost next to the app icon.
    2. Student devices have limited storage space. Each installed app requires the usage of some of the iPad storage space. Please check the app size before making a request and be aware of the number of apps students are being asked by their multiple teachers to install. Anything over 400 MB will not be supported.
    3. Many apps or the products that they access on iPads have terms of service that require parent/guardian permission for use by students or have age restrictions for use. Please conduct a Google search the terms of service for the app you are considering by entering the app name+terms of service to review potential issues in the use of the app.

     

    If you feel you have an additional free app that may be needed, please fill out the 2nd tab at the bottom of the spreadsheet titled "App Requests" to help you to determine if submitting a ticket would be worth it. Please keep in mind that apps that are deemed non-essential, with little to no instructional purpose, large sizes, or with restrictive Terms of Service are often the most delayed/denied.