Flare Kids, a free app that allows families to search for and discover the most popular child-friendly video content available online, is the latest product from Cox Communications in the market.
A statement issued by the company states that this app has been designed to target children who are aged 3-8 years and will include superior parental controls. That will help to manage the content and the time children view their favorite entertainment. The app can be found at any App Store and works with multiple broadband connections as well as an iPad.
The statement further stated that additional devices will be linked to the app in future. Alan Greene, the senior vice president and general manager at Flare Entertainment exuded confidence that the app will offer customers a more satisfying experience. “Flare Kids introduces children to a safe and fun digital playground and allows parents to apply custom settings that align with household and child-specific learning and entertainment goals,” Greene said.
“This new app provides convenient and easy discovery of some of the most popular children’s shows available on the web and we plan to add more entertainment and educational content in the future.” The design of Flare Kids has put into consideration the needs of both children and parents. While children will have all the freedom of enjoying any programs they feel like watching, parents will have some peace of mind because they know the platform their children are using is age-appropriate.
“Once parents download the Flare Kids app, they are prompted to create profiles for each child and are then able to customize the web content that each profile can access. Additionally, parents can set up time increments that a child is able to watch daily, as well as monitor the shows they have viewed,” the statement said in part.
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