YouTube Kids App Now Lets Parents Handpick All Videos and Channels

Screenshot via YouTube Kids

Launching back in February of 2015, the YouTube Kids app has been a HUGE success, generating more than 70 billion views. 

Now, it's gotten even better for parents who want to have more control over what content their kids have access to.

The app now allows parents to select their kid's profile, and handpick which videos, channels, and creators they have access to by preapproving the content.

YouTube Kids has also rolled out an "Older" version aimed at Tweens which provides games and music for the growing audience.

If you saw my previous blog post, you know that my son is obsessed with YouTube Kids so you better believe I'm all for having more parental control over what he has access to.

Jesse Lozano

Jesse Lozano

Jesse Lozano is an on air radio host on: 102.7 KIIS FM from 3pm-7pm. Los Angeles' Hit Music AND Star 94.1 FM in San Diego. Read more


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