Amazon’s Kindle FreeTime Unlimited reading use gets new calm from …
December 19, 2014 - Kindle Unlimited
Parents who wish to occupy their kids’ time over a holidays with educational party have a large preference of new books to select from. Amazon announced currently that it only combined thousands of new books along with games and other calm to a Kindle FreeTime service, that provides family-friendly party by a company’s inclination for a monthly subscription fee.
The content added currently includes Disney’s “Princess Story Theater,” Nickelodeon’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Roof Top Run,” and Toca Boca’s “Toca Cars.” The preference of party accessible to kids is now 6 times what it was during launch, with more than 4,000 books available that are aligned with Common Core standards, including titles from National Geographic, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and other publishers.
If books aren’t utterly what a child is looking for, a use also includes some-more than 400 giveaway apps for kids that don’t embody in-app purchases (so relatives won’t risk using adult a large AppStore bill) along with thousands of age-appropriate radio shows that have been picked out by Amazon’s staff.
Parents can compensate a monthly subscription price between $2.99 and $9.99 a month formed on how many kids they have and either or not they’re Prime subscribers, or squeeze a Fire HD Kids Edition tablet, that includes a year’s subscription to a service.