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Judy’s Book today officially launched KidScore, a new service that ranks and quantifies restaurants, shopping centers and other locations based on different factors that make them kid-friendly, including amenities such as play rooms, changing tables and special menus.

The service focuses for now on the Seattle area, allowing users to search, vote and review different locations around the region.

In a blog post announcing the release, the KidScore team shows the rankings for some of its favorite places and notes that it plans to add more features in future releases, including icons for different kid-friendly amenities.

They’re also planning mobile versions, and looking to expand to additional cities over time.

For more on KidScore, see our earlier story on the service.

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