Amazon Adds New Titles to FreeTime Unlimited

FreeTime Unlimited

Yesterday Amazon announced that they’ve added thousands of new titles to their kid-friendly FreeTime Unlimited subscription service just in time for the holidays.

The new content from Disney, Nickelodeon, Toca Boca, Sesame Street and Oceanhouse Media is now available for download to subscribers.

For those unfamiliar with Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, it’s a subscription service designed specifically for kids ages 3 to 10. The service grants access to an unlimited selection of kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, educational apps and games. Parents can use parental controls to set daily time limits and restrictions. There are no ads or in-app purchases.

FreeTime Unlimited is offered exclusively on Amazon’s Fire tablets, Fire TV, and Kindle ebook readers for books only, of course.

The cost for FreeTime Unlimited is $4.99 per month for one child, $2.99 for Prime subscribers, and $9.99 per month for up to four children, $6.99 with Prime. Amazon also notes that they have their 7-inch kids’ edition tablet on sale for $159 ($30 off).

According to Amazon, FreeTime Unlimited now includes:

Over 4,000 common core aligned books from National Geographic, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Capstone Press, Lerner Publishing, Child’s World, Cherry Lake, Sleeping Bear Press and Starwalk Kids Media.

Over 400 age-appropriate apps and games without any in-app purchasing or advertisements.

Thousands of hand-curated movies and TV shows, including iCarly, Avatar and the Legend of Korra from Nickelodeon, Daniel Tigers Neighborhood and Dinosaur Train from PBS, titles from Sesame Street and more.

via: Amazon

One Response to “Amazon Adds New Titles to FreeTime Unlimited”

  1. That’s the kind of pricing I’d like to see for Kindle Unlimited.

    Saying Free Time Unlimited is good for kids up to age 10 is a stretch.