Amazon Prime Video Releases Your Family Content

It doesn't matter if you don't have a Prime Video subscription: Amazon has released family-friendly programming for all its customers.

The free catalog includes several original Amazon series, such as Just Add Magic, Pete the Cat Y If You Give A Mouse A CookieDigital Trends reported.

The offer also contains licensed content, such as Arthur, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Odd Squad Y Peep and The Big Wide World, among other great names.

Amazon has arranged three categories: Preschool-age programs; Programs for ages 6-11, and PBS KIDS Series. The latter gathers content from the children's block of the American public television channel of the same name.

You can find the entire selection of free content on the Amazon site. All you need is to have an account. If you don't have one, you just have to create it, which is free.

The initiative comes amid the period of quarantine or social distancing to which millions of households around the world have voluntarily or obligatorily submitted as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. As the days go by, the more difficult it is to keep the children entertained.

To access the free programs, Digital Trends explained, you can use any of the typical Amazon Prime Video platforms. On the computer, you can access it through your favorite browser and on the TV with a streaming device. If you prefer, you can choose the Amazon Prime Video application and watch it on your tablet, phone or smart TV.

The free publication of these family-oriented titles is the latest from Amazon in a series of measures designed to ease the burden of people trapped in the home due to COVID-19, the outlet noted.

At the beginning of March, record Amazon ordered the free use of its subsidiary Audible, a library of free audiobooks for children and adolescents. As long as schools remain closed, books will remain free, the company emphasized.

Likewise, the online commerce giant launched a special subscription program for its $ 1 FreeTime service for children for three months.

According to Digital Trends, FreeTime combines various forms of media, including games, books, audiobooks, applications, and videos. Parents can create personalized learning goals within the app, which can temporarily help make up for a lack of instruction at school.

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