Amazon introduces "Kindle Free Time Unlimited", bringing unlimited content for the youngsters
removed and there are no solicitations for in-app purchases. Since the service is unlimited, parents can rest easy knowing that their kid won't run up the bill. And all of the content has been pre-screened to make sure that they are age-appropriate.
Kindle Free Time Unlimited is part of a new service called Kindle Free Time which allows for parental controls and Time Limit which is a tool used to control the amount of screen time a child gets with an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet. And as far as the content available with Kindle Free Time Unlimited, it covers just about every children's show you can imagine from Barney, Reading Rainbow, SpongeBob SquarePants Curious George to Dora and Disney.
source: Amazon via AndroidCentral
1. tntwit posted on 05 Dec 2012, 11:58 0 0
If Amazon loses money on the device, but makes money on the services, then why do they limit these services to the Kindle Fire rather than make it available to all Android devices?
I installed amazon app store on my phone and I have Kindle books, but I do not want a Kindle as it is too locked down, but if I buy a Nexus I cannot access this type of content or their movies. Seems like they are missing an opportunity.