[Amazon.ca] Amazon FreeTime Subscription • $28/yr (reg. $90) • Apps, Shows, Books for Kids • Expiry: Apr. 22nd • ((YMMV))
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FreeTime Unlimited is an all-in-one subscription that gives kids access to thousands of kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, and games on compatible Fire tablets.
Parents also receive access to easy-to-use parental controls that allow them to find the right balance between education and entertainment. Parents can personalize screen time limits, set educational goals, filter age-appropriate content, and also manage web browsing and content usage based on their preferences.
FreeTime Unlimited gives kids unlimited access to a world of content to explore and parents the confidence that all content is age-appropriate.
FreeTime Unlimited allows each parent to customize their child’s experience to provide the most relevant books, videos, apps, and more in an environment built from the ground up just for kids.
Amazon Parent Dashboard
Discover the books, videos, educational apps, and games kids enjoy in FreeTime through Parent Dashboard. Also gain access to child activity and manage settings that include adding select content from your personal library, setting daily time limits, modifying web browser behavior, pausing the device, and more.
Limiting your child’s screen time can be challenging without the proper tools. FreeTime lets parents set daily limits, or restrict certain categories – like apps and video – while leaving unlimited time for reading.
FreeTime Age Filters ensure that your child sees age-appropriate content within FreeTime Unlimited. Parents can also adjust Age Filter settings to tailor the experience for each child.
With Learn First, parents can block access to games and cartoons until after educational goals are met. For devices with the Bedtime feature enabled, parents can control when FreeTime shuts down for the day.
Parents can create up to four individual child profiles and give each child selected access to books and apps from their personal library. It’s like giving each kid their very own personalized tablet.
While in FreeTime Unlimited, kids don’t have access to social media and can’t make in-app purchases. Parents can exit FreeTime using a passcode.