New Netflix iPad app curates G-rated content
On the heels of launching Just for Kids mobile, streaming service Netflix has released a new iPad app for the US market that allows children to exclusively browse G-rated content.
“Rated G for Netflix” enables parents and kids to design their own queues that are wholly independent from their parent’s content.
The app was developed by Florida-based Universal Apps in partnership with AdvanTech Media and retails for US$2.99.
Currently, Neflix is estimated to have more than 25 million subscribers.
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