Dec 5th 2012 By: Graeme McMillan
Now the next generation has even more reason to become addicted to technology at a ridiculously early age, with Amazon launching FreeTime Unlimited for Kindle Fire
- A new subscription service that offers videos, games, and books for the young at heart for less than $10 a month
. Included in the service? A lot of DC and Marvel-related material.
Aimed at users aged between 3 and 8 years old, Amazon describes Kindle FreeTime Unlimited as "the first-ever all-in-one subscription that brings together all the types of content that kids and parents love - books, games, educational apps, movies and TV shows," available in a kid-friendly area with limits set by the parents as to how long the kids are allowed to watch videos, use apps or read books.
The content will be curated by Amazon before being made available in FreeTime, with that content including Superman apps
, Justice League eBooks
, and a host of Marvel superhero eBooks
, amongst many other offerings.
Kindle FreeTime Unlimited is a monthly subscription service, priced between $4.99 and $9.99 depending on the scale of the subscription. You can find out more about the service - or sign up if you can't wait to read Batman: Brave and The Bold
eBooks - here