Tuesday, September 11, 2012

New Kindle FreeTime for Kids!


Coming next month- Kindle FreeTime will be a new service from Amazon to help give parents piece of mind when it comes to tablet use. You can create a profile for each of your children and you choose what books, apps and videos you want to give your kiddos access to. Kindle FreeTime will be free on every Kindle Fire  (which currently is just $159 shipped from Amazon here! Just released TODAY)!

Set Screen Limits- With Kindle Fire FreeTime, you can set daily limits for Kindle Fire use, or restrict certain categories - like games, apps and video - while leaving unlimited time for reading and learning!

When kids use Kindle FreeTime, kid's have their very own, personalized tablet. The background color and fonts will change to a kid-friendly design. They will only see the titles that you give them access to. The screen carousel will show only their recently viewed titles. Kids can navigate visually to content based on characters or topics - for example "Cars", "Math" or "Kittens"

Built ToughKindle Fire is designed to stand up to accidental bumps and scrapes. The state-of-the art display is 20 times stiffer and 30 times harder than plastic, so you can let your child play, without worry!

Find out more about this neat new service from Amazon!

4 comments:

  1. Impressive! You are the first person I've heard about this from. :)

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  2. Can you get this service if you already have a kindle fire?

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  3. Looks like it will be on all Kindle Fires starting next month! :)

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