YouTube Kids App Available Now on Android Devices, But Only in USA

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  • 24 Feb 2015
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  • YouTube is about to expand to a niche that’s very keen to consume content in a more organized way: kids. Thus, they’re launching YouTube Kids, an app that’s available right now on Android, but only if you live in the US.


    Most kids are already playing with tablets and smartphones and have access to Internet and YouTube, but they need a more dedicated resource. The app makes it safer and easier to explore videos and shows for the little ones, plus discover topics they’re interested in. There are 4 major categories available within the app: Shows, Music, Learning, Explore.

    Kid-friendly channels have also been included, such as DreamWorks TV, Jim Henson TV and Mother Goose Club, as well as Talking Tom and Friends. Kids can explore a variety of content, learning how to build things, view cartoons and educational clips. The design is very child-friendly, with large and bold icons and it’s very prone to swiping. Parents get a built in timer, so the kids can’t spend too much time in the app.

    There’s also the option to turn off background music and sound effects, so you can focus on what the kid is watching. Then, there’s a search bar and also voice search for those who can’t quite write correctly. US resident can find and install the app from here.

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