Samsung and Fingerprint to Help App Developers Market to Kids With New App Network Targeting Southeast Asia and Oceania
|Stuart Parkerson in Marketing & Promotion Tuesday, December 10, 2013|
Expected to launch in Southeast Asia and Oceania in Q1 2014, the new service on select Samsung devices offers a safe and fun environment for kids to play and learn. Parents can create a family account for multiple children and receive personalized reporting, content recommendations and access controls for each child.
The new network is part of Samsung's Kids' Play-and-Learn Content Initiative, a developer-focused program in collaboration with Fingerprint that is designed to drive the creation of play-and-learn Android apps for kids in Southeast Asia and Oceania.
To support this initiative and increase the quantity and quality of kids' apps, Fingerprint has also earmarked US$1 million to support the integration and localization of kids’ apps and interactive books globally.
To learn more about the Samsung Kids' Play-and-Learn Content Initiative, or Fingerprint's developer funds, visit the link below.
Read more: http://www.fingerprintplay.com/callforcontent
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