Amazon Launches Kindle Content Service for Kids

Amazon has launched a new subscription service for children and offering games, videos and books. With this new Kindle Content Service, Amazon aims children to use its Kindle tablet.

Amazon Launches Kindle Content Service for Kids

Amazon has announced that the Kindle Content Service will be available as free trial in next few days as a part of software update on kindle tablets. After this update, subscribers will be able to access thousands of content. Kids will be able to watch, read and play as many times they want. But parents can set the time limit for children.

This Kindle Content Service service aims children between 3-9 years of age. The pricing for the subscription is $4.99 per month for one child. If you are the member of Amazon Prime, you can get it for $2.99 per child. If you want to purchase it for more children, you can get it for up to 6 children at $9.99 per month. This is available only for $6.99 for prime members.

Parents can set the profile of their children and time limit to control how long they can use this. Kids will be able to access videos, games, books and other things that will be their age specific. Kids will also not be able to make payments within application to prevent accidental payments.

“We hope that our devices are really, really attractive for families,” said Peter Larsen, vice president of Amazon’s Kindle business.

We are not sure when the service will hit the Kindle. Subscribe us to get latest updates.

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