Parents will be able to handpick channels and videos on Youtube Kids app
Google announced last week that is working on an option to allow parents to have more control over the videos and channels in the YouTube Kids App. Until the end of the year, Google will roll out a feature “that will allow parents to specifically handpick every video and channel available to their child in the app.”
Last Month Google did several updates to Youtube Kids. Youtube partners will will offer collections of trusted channels on a variety of subjects from arts & crafts and music to sports, learning. Parents can already choose channel collections and topics they want their kids to access. The options are available in Profile Settings of the Youtube Kids app. Parents can select from available collections such as Sesame Workshop and PBS KIDS.
Youtube Kids was launched by Google in 2015. Advertisers can run ads on Youtube Kids app having specific deals with Google.