A student showed me this app today: Code.org - App Lab
This is, however, not a report ticket. The age problem is just the beginning.
The first app requires the creation of “Usernames and Passwords”. Leaving the question of whether such information constitutes as “personal information”, and thus violates the ToS, alone,
IMHO, Applab is not designed to hold sensitive information like this. There’s no cryptography support, no real hashing. People like to reuse their passwords. Allowing 3-rd party apps like these can breach user security.
So if anyone from the team read this, please consider tightening controls on public projects and maybe provide cryptography tools to Applab. It’s a great topic and I would love to teach it to my Higher CS class students.