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Is an app allowing or is an app that allows correct?

XXX is an app that allows parents to monitor and restrict their children's food intake from the school canteen.

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XXX is an app allowing parents to monitor and restrict their children's food intake from the school canteen.

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Interesting. Your choice (both are allowable) depends on your style of writing.

Here, your use of "the school canteen" makes this style very informal.

Among the possibilities are

allow, permit, enables, provide, let, etc.

The least formal of these is let.

In accordance with your very informal style, you might consider using lets instead of allows. It's edgier, as is your use of the word canteen.

XXX is an app that lets parents monitor and restrict their children's food intake from the school canteen.

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Both work just fine. But I would use "an app allowing" because it is more formal.

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Both of them, there are "permissions"

The function phrase "that allows" is used so if means

"Something that you permit"

Other words after the word "that", let, provide, enable, etc.

An example

Here we used the app that allows us to listen music

But there's only one misspelling the word "allowing" but there's no find an permission, you misspelled

Here's a misspelled example

Here we used the app allowing us to listen music

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