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SuperAwesome charts US, Southeast Asia expansion

The London, England-based kids marketing platform is opening offices stateside in New York City, and in Southeast Asia.

Divine design: The top 5 paid apps for kids six to eight

The question of how to make an app stand out on overcrowded digital shelves is a perpetual one. But a glance at apps currently proving to be successful for indie app developers, reveals that design truly matters. In fact, This week’s top paid smartphone apps for kids ages six to eight, as ranked by App Annie, are loaded with visually stunning graphics that captivate kids and get their imaginations going.

Talking Tom gets into 3D printing

In step with the customizable toy trend, Outfit7 is bringing popular characters from its Talking Tom and Friends brand to 3D printing with the Toyze 3D printing app.

VeggieTales Q&A: Off the counter and onto Netflix

Big Idea’s Mike Nawrocki and DreamWorks’ Marjorie Cohn chat with Kidscreen about the development process of new Netflix original series VeggieTales In the House, including how Bacon Bill arrived on the scene.

Corus kicks up its global presence with new digital offerings

The company is pairing with San Francisco, California-based Fingerprint to create a mobile platform for preschoolers and boosting the presence of Nelvana’s content on YouTube through a deal with L.A.’s KIN Community.

Disney Junior rounds up more Sheriff Callie

After a successful app-first launch and television run, animated preschool series Sheriff Callie’s Wild West has been picked up for a second season by Disney Junior.


Our fall edition of iKids Digital is now available! We’re taking a look at the migration of virtual worlds to mobile, how to find success in the mobile education space, wearable tech for kids and much more.


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