Amazon has launched the FreeTime Unlimited service for kids, which includes books, videos, YouTube videos and website content on Android phones and tablets.
The app, originally exclusive to Amazon Fire and Kindle products, is free to use and offers similar parental controls to the tablet version.
For additional content, users can also pay a $2.99 monthly subscription fee to gain unlimited access to over 10,000 age-appropriate books and videos.
“Over ten million kids have enjoyed Amazon FreeTime on Fire Tablets, Kindle e-Readers and Amazon Fire TV - we’re thrilled to bring that same award-winning experience to even more families,” said Kurt Beidler, director, kids and family, Amazon.
“Now, whether it’s a mother sharing her Android phone with her child or a child learning to use their first Android tablet, Amazon FreeTime Unlimited makes it easier for kids to have unlimited access to a broad selection of the content they love - on a wide range of phones and tablets - while giving parents peace of mind.”
Video content available on Freetime Unlimited includes Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Happy Feet, LEGO Friends, Pokemon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire andTarzan.