Good news for families with parts tablet: there is now a child-friendly version of the major online media library, Youtube.
The 23. February 2015, Google has published a separate media application for the very young audience, namely YouTube Kids.
This version offers a more child-friendly design, which is mainly divided into four areas: Shows, Music, Learning and Explore. Despite the secure content, however, parents still have the power to control what content should be accessible to the young minds.
In order to ensure a proper night’s sleep, parents can set the YouTube Kids to turn off after a timer expires. In this way allows one application to be the squalid that turns off for fun.
Today’s young people are sharp to swipe through the menus, but the larger icons and images intended to contribute to the small “explorers”, as Google calls them, can more easily find their favorite entertainment.
Google also writes in their press release that they also provides videos as math drills and how to make a volcano model, so the young small can learn even more through technology.
Currently YouTube Kids only available in U. S. A with more countries to follow.
YouTube Kids exist in both Google Play and the App store.