Amazon has today announced the launch of its Amazon Kindle FreeTime Unlimited, which has been created to provide users with an all-you-can-eat content service build specifically for children and available on the Amazon Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire.
The new Amazon Kindle FreeTime Unlimited service provides access to 1,000’s of titles, together with Amazon exclusive Android applications and games, such as Where’s My Water? and Where’s My Perry?
All offered at a special price for Prime members of just $2.99 per month per child, or $6.99 per month per family. Amazon explains:
“Kindle FreeTime Unlimited is the first-ever all-in-one subscription that brings together all the types of content that kids and parents love – books, games, educational apps, movies and TV shows. With unlimited access to thousands of hand-picked titles for kids ages 3-8, parents don’t have to spend time (and money) guessing what their kids will enjoy, and kids can explore a world of age-appropriate content on their own – no ads, no in-app purchases.”
For more information on the new Amazon Kindle FreeTime Unlimited service jump over to the Amazon website for details and to signup.
Source: AmazonFiled Under: Technology News, Top News