Children’s SVoD service Kidoodle has completed its global launch.
The service is now available across 145 countries via the Apple App Store and Google Play.
AMPC, which owns the app, agreed multiple partnership deals with international content providers to boost its library ahead of its global launch, including YouTube hit Blippi, which is aimed at toddlers.
According to AMPC, the acquisition of global content rights for Blippi is in line with the company’s goal of working with content producers interested in seeing their content for kids enjoyed within safe online environments.
It has also agreed a deal with RoboGarden, which teaches kids coding and programming through algorithmic playing packages designed to improve their creativity and skills.
The news follows Kidoodle’s recent expansion into 32 countries across Central America, the Caribbean and Asia Pacific.
“Acquiring global content rights is a huge priority for us,” said Jared Dielwart, chief content officer for Kidoodle.TV.
“We will continue to focus on worldwide sourcing and licensing from both traditional and non-traditional partners.”
Aimed at children up to the age of 12, with age-appropriate content and multiple options for parental controls, Kidoodle costs $4.99 per month for 100GB of storage.