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The filter works pretty smooth so far (despite rare videos about horror game gameplays and blocking some innocent things, probably because it is set for older kids to be less restricted), but I recommend new features. You should be allowed to like and dislike videos, which can improve the filter and help your child find more videos and channels they like. There should also be topics (which can also be liked, disliked, or blocked) such as Halloween, (DIY) tutorials, gaming (I know it exists but I think there should be in an area or tab for topics and not something large on the home page) and other categories. You should also add a subscriptions tab to see recent videos by channels you’re subscribed to and see their content and progress. Thank you for reading.
On the outside, the seems like a fine app for the preschooler/elementary crowd. And most of the time, it is. There are many educational and do-it-yourself videos that children can access. My younger brother lives watching his “Up on the Housetop” (a Christmas song) video. However, also at children’s fingertips are a few less age-appropriate videos. These might satisfy the teenager or tween of protective parents, but they aren’t the best for the target age. Specifically, I recently found a clip of the “Bustopher Jones” scene from the musical Cats (you know, the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical that stars people in tight costumes slinking around the stage pretending to be cats). Okay for the (jr) high school crowd, but not quite what most parents want their five-year-olds to watch. Parents: you might want to preview videos you think your children would view. Developers: please try to monitor this better! I’m not saying to study every video that comes in, just the ones that look a little off-key. Thanks!
I like how it is designed so kids can not watch things that they should not be watching but there is something’s I do not like about it. The way the ask for there age to know what they should be watch yeah I like that but somethings the thing that are Appropriate are not even on the app. I would like to customize what I like to watch that are appropriate. Second I hate the noise that they do when you slide left or right. It is so annoying and I hate it. I would like to put something different then that. Third I would like if it did have more options of youtubers that are appropriate. Yeah some yourubers do not post appropriate stuff but once in a while the do post something that is appropriate. Like for example Mrbeast, he may done stuff that is not appropriate but he did make a huge impact to the world. He set a goal to rise money to plant 20 mill one trees and he has done that before 2020 even started so I would like if some of mrbeast’s content is on there Thank you
For one we downloaded this app because it’s titled you tube kids and well the content here should be suitable for children. With that being said my kid is 4 yrs old now and if you don’t have kids of yourself you wouldn’t understand that kids learn and do a lot of what these “child safe cartoons” show like burning each other with fire launchers, cutting each other several devious actions that my kid talks and repeats. For example my boy says if he doesn’t like something he is gonna hit it and burn it and I started looking at some cartoons that he was viewing blocked the content and well there is more like it. Which is hard to know what some cartoons consist of unless you see it all but i guess long story short my kid picked up on tantrums and things of that sort that some cartoons would do. I just think it’s not all kid friendly I wouldn’t recommend this app if you’re intention is to download it and forget it in the sense that you are gonna trust the content on here and let your child browse through some content you might not approve of.
so when i first got the app it was good but then i found channels a really loved and then for whatever reason they were deleted i get why because this is made for kids that are too young to watch normal YT but if your going to keep deleting the content for older kids to replace it with stuff that is made for like 4-8 is just terrible because of that i never really watch any thing because this was the only way i could watch stuff and the things i thought were entertaining disappeared so i even got so annoyed over it that i deleted the app and got it again this app is adding some entertainment to the app over time but they only added a few videos i thought were entertaining i will change my rating if you add more videos for older people like 9-13 or when you think most people would stop watching this but in the end i think this app could use some major improvements to the amount of entertaining videos aka gaming videos in my opinion and the overwhelming of shows made for younger kids
Developed by the Google LLC.
YouTube Kids has 853 334 user reviews.
YouTube Kids has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of YouTube Kids (4.56.2) was released on Jan 17, 2020.
You can download YouTube Kids here:.
A video app made just for kids
YouTube Kids was created to give kids a more contained environment filled with family-friendly videos on all different topics, igniting your kids’ inner creativity and playfulness. Parents and caregivers can guide the journey as your kids discover new and exciting interests along the way. Learn more at youtube.com/kids
A safer online experience for kids
We work hard to keep the videos on YouTube Kids family-friendly and use a mix of
automated filters built by our engineering teams, human review, and feedback from parents to protect our youngest users online. But no system is perfect and inappropriate videos can slip through, so we’re constantly working to improve our safeguards and offer more features to help parents create the right experience for their families.
Customize your child’s experience with Parental Controls
Limit screen time: Set a time limit for how long your kids can watch and help encourage their transition from watching to doing.
Keep up with what they watch: Simply check the watch it again page and you’ll always know what they’ve watched and the newest interests they’re exploring.
Blocking: Don’t like a video? Block the video or whole channel, and never see it again.
Flagging: You can always alert us to inappropriate content by flagging a video for review. Flagged videos are reviewed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Create individual experiences as unique as your kids
Create up to eight kid profiles, each with their own viewing preferences, video recommendations, and settings. Choose from “Approved Content Only” mode or select an age category that fits your child, “Preschool”, “Younger”, or “Older”.
Select the “Approved Content Only” mode if you want to handpick the videos, channels and/or collections that you’ve approved your child to watch. In this mode, kids won’t be able to search for videos. The “Preschool” Mode designed for kids 4 and under curates videos that promote creativity, playfulness, learning, and exploration. The “Younger” Mode allows kids 5-7 to explore their interests in a wide variety of topics including songs, cartoons, and crafts. While our “Older” Mode gives kids 8 and up the chance to search and explore additional content such as popular music and gaming videos for kids.
All kinds of videos for all kinds of kids
Our library is filled with family-friendly videos on all different topics, igniting your kids’ inner creativity and playfulness. It’s everything from their favorite shows and music to learning how to build a model volcano (or make slime ;-), and everything in between.
Other important information:
Parental setup is needed to ensure the best experience possible for your kid.
YouTube Kids contains paid ads in order to offer the app for free. Your kid may also see videos with commercial content from YouTube creators that are not paid ads.The Privacy Notice for Google Accounts managed with Family Link describes our privacy practices when your kid uses YouTube Kids with their Google Account. When your kid uses YouTube Kids without signing into their Google Account, the YouTube Kids Privacy Notice applies.
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