liltube - YouTube App for Little Kids with Parental Controls

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Developer: Jamal Mohammed
Price: free Download on the App Store
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ICE LABS today is thrilled to announce the release and immediate availability of liltube 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch, its new entertainment app for little kids. Developed specifically for small children, liltube aims to limit only those videos that parents find suitable for them to watch. Parents will love the secure parental control section inside the app where you can search and select videos that your kids can watch. Protecting your little ones from wandering off to evil, insane and violent videos.

"My 2.8 year old loves to watch YouTube videos. However thanks to the YouTube recommendation engine and video adverts, it's easy for her to wander off to videos she shouldn't be watching." said Jamal Mohammed, owner of ICE LABS. "As a loving and caring parent, plus being a developer, all I could do was to build an app tailored to play only the videos that parents find suitable for our little angels. And today we are excited to present you with our liltube app."

Features:
* Passcode protected access to parental controls
* Select playlist to be shown for your kids
* Remove videos from selected playlist
* Search and add new videos to selected playlist
* Simple to use interface for your kids, just tap and play videos
* Settings synced across multiple devices using the same YouTube login

"My daughter finds it easy to use the app, as the UI is specifically designed to be simple for little kids," continues Mohammed. "My wife and I are at ease knowing that our daughter is safe from watching inappropriate videos. We hope you too as a parent would find our liltube app useful and keep your kids safe from watching inappropriate videos."

liltube 1.0 is only $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.

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