In April it was revealed that Apple had removed or restricted at least 11 of the 17 most downloaded screen-time and parental-control apps.
After media reports of the purge emerged, Apple issued a rare public rebuttal when it insisted the move was nothing to do with removing competing apps against its Screen Time feature.
News that the OurPact app was back on the Apple App store was revealed by the firm in question, in a blog posting.
“During a revision to the App Store guidelines, Apple removed all iOS screen time management solutions from the App Store,” wrote the company.
“Yesterday, Apple’s Review Board reinstated our parent and child apps for installation – with no product or feature limitations – confirming OurPact’s adherence to Apple’s strict standards for quality and security.”
“We take this a positive sign that Apple is working in cooperation with us,” an OurPact spokeswoman told Reuters.