Sky Kids App Now Available For Smartphones Watch Cartoon Network And Boomerang Shows On The Go
British satellite pay-TV broadcaster – Sky has now adapted their Sky Kids app for smartphone devices. Sky Kids is a VOD (Video on-demand) app for children’s television content, which also includes animated shows from Turner’s Cartoon Network and Boomerang. The app offers a child friendly environment with age appropriate programming. As the app is now compatible with smartphones (with exception to games and downloads at the moment, this is only accessible on tablets), it’s now easier to watch shows on the go without the need for a tablet.
The Sky Kids app is free to all Sky customers who already have the children’s channels as part of their subscription, the app offers an ad-free family-friendly environment and access to over thousands of episodes from Sky’s most popular children’s channels including Cartoon Network, Disney Junior, Boomerang, Nickelodeon and many more.
Sky Kids App New Games Section Featuring More Cartoon Network And Boomerang Games Coming Soon
British satellite pay television provider – Sky has added a brand new games section to its Sky Kids mobile app. The new section will feature games from Cartoon Network and Boomerang (as well as games from Nickelodeon, Nicktoons, Nick Jr and Baby TV). At launch, the Sky Kids app games section has one game from Cartoon Network called Ben 10 Diamondhead Shoot, more games are coming soon including games based on The Amazing World of Gumball, Scooby-Doo! and Adventure Time.
The Sky Kids app is free to Sky customers that are already subscribed to the Variety or Box Set bundles, the app offers an ad-free family-friendly environment and access to over 4,500 episodes from Sky’s most popular children’s channels including Cartoon Network, Disney Junior, Boomerang, Nickelodeon and many more. Games can be downloaded for offline use and Sky Go Extra or Sky Q Multiscreen subscribers can also download episodes of their favourite shows.
From The Sky UK Press Release: Let the games begin! Sky Kids app gets brand-new games section
A whole host of exciting games have landed on the Sky Kids app, bringing kids even more entertainment from their favourite characters, including SpongeBob SquarePants, Peppa Pig and Ben 10.
Already packed with shows from Boomerang, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Nicktoons, Nick Jr and Baby TV, little ones can now play chess with the help of SpongeBob, test their memory with Peppa and have a go at target practice with Henry Danger.
What’s more, new games are on the way from favourites like The Amazing World of Gumball, Scooby-Doo!, Adventure Time and our very own Sky Kids Art Studio full of creative tools, arty ideas and lots of virtual glitter. Adding to the fun will also be a range of games featuring the Sky Buddies, characters which live on the app and allow parents to create personalised, age tailored profiles for their kids.
Free to Sky customers*, the Sky Kids app is full to the brim with fun. There are over 4,500 episodes to watch on the app, which has been designed with kids in mind, making it both entertaining and safe for them to use. Shows include Sky Original Production Big Cats: Wild Files and Aliens Love Underpants And…, as well as YouTube hits like Little Baby Bum and popular kids’ favourites such as Boomerang’s Scooby-Doo.
The app offers a fun and safe way for children to play games and watch shows in a family friendly environment, with no adverts. Each child can have an age profile set, so they can only access the content that’s right for them and Sleep Mode lets adults choose when the app will automatically switch off. These settings build on the peace of mind that Sky customers already get from a range of enhanced security features such as Sky Broadband Shield, which lets customers filter which websites are seen in their home and protects against malware and phishing, and parental controls on their TV to pin protect access to certain content.
Customers with the Sky Kids app can download games to play offline and, if they have Sky Go Extra/Multiscreen, they can download shows too. So kids are entertained even when there’s no Wi-Fi, and traffic jams can be a whole lot more enjoyable.
Some of the new games include:
– SpongeBob Chess from Nicktoons – Peppa Pig Memory Game from Nick Jr – Bubble Guppies Popathon from Nick Jr – Tulli Missing Shapes from Baby TV – Henry Danger Target Practice from Nickelodeon – Ben 10 Diamondhead Shoot from Cartoon Network – The Loud House Food Fight from Nickelodeon
Lucy Murphy, head of kids content, Sky, said: “Children and parents have been loving the Sky Kids app, with over half a million registering to use it since it launched last year. It’s a great way to keep kids entertained, and now with new games to play and more being added every month, they have another fun way to dive into the worlds of their favourite characters. And as mums and dads know that it’s a safe and secure environment, everyone’s happy.”
With a record-breaking 52m downloads of kids’ content during the month of August, Sky is home to some of the most-watched kids’ shows in the UK and Ireland
During 2016, Cartoon Network has been airing new shows, new episodes and even new channels in some countries, so here’s a timeline of some of the major events that have happened around the world in the last twelve months. Note: Some dates are not exactly accurate, but was approximately around that time or it was the date when news was publicly announced.
1st January: Cartoon Network Southeast Asia rebranded to Check It 4.0.
4th January: Cartoon Network Latin America and Brazil rebranded to Check It 4.0.
6th January: Cartoon Network USA releases Twelve Forever pilot/minisode.
7th January: Mark Eyers Promoted To Senior Vice President Of Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific.
14th January: Cartoon Network USA premieres first stop-motion animated Adventure Time episode: Bad Jubies.
14th January: Transformers: Robots in Disguise Season 2 announced.
25th January: New Bob The Builder series premiered on Cartoonito UK.
25th January: Daniel González becomes new general director Of Turner Iberia.
29th January: Justice League Action officially announced.
All of January 2016’s blog posts can be accessed by clicking on the link below:
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