YouTube Kids app has been available for Android since February. It experienced a few bumps along the way, mistakenly showing inappropriate content to the point of being investigated by the FTC for deceptive ads. But despite the
When you say electronic gadgets for kids, probably the target market for these things wouldn’t want to touch the products with a ten-foot pole, either because they’re boring, too educational, or “they’re for babies”.
If you have kids that are into the whole mobile games or apps thing (be honest, are there any kids who aren’t?), then the weekly free app from Google Play Family is something to look forward to, not just for the young ones,
There seems to be a growing trend of making the environment and things more secure for kids. Through the decades, the older generations have learned from their own experiences so they’re working hard to make a better future
One of the new things Google presented during the recent developer conference was the “Family star” icon. It’s one way to improve app discovery and give the parents peace of mind. The new Family category for Google
“I’m Ok Mama”. These words are what most moms would like to hear from their kids and teenagers who have started to wander about the world. In this day and age, there’s no reason for any child to lie about
YouTube has been making a lot of changes the past months. The Collections feature would be discontinued by tomorrow, May 20. Earlier in February, YouTube rolled out a Kids app version in the US only but a few months later,
One of the best things that have come up with the rise of the apps is that digital education, and education in general, has become more fun for a whole new generation of digital natives. Google recognizes that there are
The sheer number of clips on YouTube is astounding and much of the content there is far from appropriate for kids. So far there has been no real way for parents to ensure their kids see only clips they want them to see short of
It isn’t Black Friday yet but it might as well be, at least for AT&T‘s subscribers. The carrier announced this week a number of devices, both Android and Android-friendly ones, that will all land on November 7.