Sky Kids App : Review

At the beginning of the Half Term Holiday we received a very surprise parcel from Sky. All contained in a gorgeous picnic hamper the kids were sent an epic amount of goodies and kit to make their own den whilst also given special access to the brand new Sky Kids App.

Sky Kids

The kids eagerly awaited for the weekend to arrive where our master of den making was home (aka. ClearlyDaddy) to build the den. Very soon we were greeted with our new den taking over the livingroom where the kids could get to play with their new bundle of goodies and also watch an episode or two of their newest favourite cartoon, Spongebob Squarepants.

Sky Kids 1

About Sky Kids

We all pretty much live in an age now where children are hooked to tablet computers, finding random programs to watch and enjoy. Jumping on this band wagon, Sky Kids is an app recently launched for Sky Customers, where little ones to enjoy their favorite programs – on demand from the comfort of a tablet computer. With your supervision your child can build their own user area which then grants them access to a whole range of children channels from your Sky TV listings. For children under 3 you can select which channels you wish for your child to view thus giving special content for younger viewing.

Sky Kids 2Channels available to view are Nickelodeon, Nick Jr, cBeebies, CBBC, Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, Disney XD, Disney Junior, CITV, Milkshake and Boomerang.

This app is available to download today from iTunes for iPad2 Devices or newer running the iOS8 and above or Google Play available for Android 4.1 devices or newer with at least a 7 inch screen.

Please do note you need to have a current Sky account to use this app which can cover up to two compatible devices or up to four if you are a Sky Go Extra or Sky Q customer. For more information about the app and being able to use it you can find out more on the “Getting Started” page of Sky Kids app page.

**This is not a sponsored post, we were provided with a unique access code to Sky Kids app to test and review. All words and opinions are my own. 

 

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