The Kindle Fire Gets More Kid-Friendly

Worried what your kid might try to download on your Kindle tablet? Amazon can help! The online store is coming out with Kindle FreeTime, which will help make your device more kid-friendly. The free service allows parents to build a profile for their kids directly on the Kindle Fire HD tablet. You can specify what books, apps, movies, and music you want your kid to have access to.  Then, when you switch into FreeTime mode, the actual display shifts to more kid-friendly fonts and text sizes. Plus, you can limit screen time on certain things–for example, you can give kids two hours for games or video but leave reading unlocked all day. A bigger bonus? Kids who can’t read or struggle with it can navigate the tablet based on visual characters or topics. Find out more information here on!

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