Sky eyes 2016 for kids app launch

Sky eyes 2016 for kids app launch

Sky eyes 2016 for kids app launch

European broadcaster Sky has announced plans to launch a dedicated kids app in 2016.  

Development of the kids app for mobile devices is already underway. To build it Sky is partnering with award winning designers ustwo.

Aimed at children aged 4-9 years, the app will bring together all the best age-appropriate shows available on Sky, from the likes of The Cartoon Network, Disney and Nickelodeon, in an easy-to-use and fun way.

The announcement follows the recent expansion of the kids’ shows available in Sky’s on demand library from 700 to 4,000 episodes.

Ben Forman, Principal Streaming Architect, Internet TV, Sky, will be appearing at Content Delivery World (5th – 7th October 2015)


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