Content channels on the app include Sanrio, Planeta Junior, Highlights for Children, Lingo Kids and Motion Pictures.
The app will give Vodafone customers access via a range of devices to a catalogue of games, videos, stories and songs featuring characters including Los Pitufos, La Abeja Maya, Heidi, Marco, La Granja de Zenón, Hello Kitty, Érase una vez el hombre, Pororo and Cleo.
The app includes parental control features including a secure area that prevents kids from accessing other apps or navigating the open internet, different age-appropriate profiles for children, limits on the number of hours that the service can be used and the ability to track which content has been accessed
The app offers content in Spanish, English and Catalan and allows downloading for offline access. It is advertising-free.
Vodafone customers can access Kids Planet on smartphones and tablets, with a one-month free trial. The service is available via Google Play, Vodafone Start and on the web, with iOS availability to follow.
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