The application allows creating a safe environment for minors to access videos. This application is intended for those under the age of 13, although it will actually show one type of content or another depending on how we configure the profile. The options are:
- Preschool children up to 4 years
- Young children between 5 and 7 years old
- Older children between 8 and 12 years old
In addition, parents have access at all times to limit time They can spend watching the content or even limit the content they can see, being able to mark specific channels or videos so that they are never shown. Although she has been involved in some controversy for showing ill-advised videos, it seems that they have finally managed to control what is shown to minors.
And now, free movies every Monday
Google wants to make it a little easier for parents in these tough times. The minors have been around for too long and the uncertainty about going back to school hangs over the parents. For that reason, any home entertainment alternative is good and multimedia platforms are aware of it. The latest to join is YouTube Kids with an initiative that will offer “High quality and special movies”.
Since last Monday and Until August 31 more than 100 films and specials will be released so that minors have more connected leisure alternatives. All the news will appear in a staggered way every Monday and will be available in the main tab of the application (yes, that one in the shape of a popcorn bucket).
Movies and specials include Tayo the Little Bus, Baby Shark and Pinkfong, The Wiggles, Masha y el Oso, Oggy & the Cockroaches and Paddington. We can also see Oscar-winning short films like Hair love and a series of educational specials, including Elmo’s World News or Hey Duggee. Finally, we can see exclusively Spookiz, the movies that will premiere on YouTube Kids.