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From the playroom to the classroom or homework desk, JuniorTube brings the benefits of YouTube's selection of educational videos safely into the hands of tots and K12 youngsters, and helps grown ups refresh and sync them remotely to kids’ mobile devices, tablets, iPods, TVs.
Playlists on YouTube are an easy way to categorize the videos from YouTube that us parents, teachers, educators would like to share with our kids. And we can edit the YouTube playlists remotely, at our own pace, whenever we can and wherever we are.
Seamlessly synchronize YouTube playlists with videos for children. Once you select the playlist to sync, new videos can remotely be added on YouTube, and children get notified when new videos were synced and are available on their device.
It's no longer about the quantity, but it's about the true quality of the media consumed by your children. All they want to do is tap and watch the videos they’re allowed to. And we want a safer web education.
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You are at an event, or traveling, somewhere away from your children, and someone is sharing with you a cool YouTube video. You want your kids to watch it too! You’ll forget about it before you get back home...
Either try to reproduce that video yourself when you get home :D, or better add that video to one of your YouTube playlists that is in sync with JuniorTube, and your kids at home will get it on their device and watch it right away.
Your kids don’t have a device of their own yet, but you share your own iPod, iPhone or iPad with them once in a while. You want them to watch some cool YouTube videos about, say, how to build stuff with toy bricks, rather than having them only play games.
Either freely enable online videos on your device when your kids are using it :|, or better install JuniorTube on your mobile device and synchronize it with YouTube playlists where you or others collect videos appropriate for kids.
You are a teacher at a school, daycare or learning center. You invested in iPads for children in your classes, but the kids can only play games or have limited learning apps available on devices.
Install JuniorTube on the iPads in the classroom and synchronize educational videos from YouTube by adding them to your YouTube playlists, whenever and from anywhere you’ll have the chance. You know what topics to look for: ABCs, children songs, arts & crafts, safety, manners, rules, entertaining stuff, and so much more. Share your playlists' links with students' parents so they can sync them to JuniorTube on their device.Read more...
You are a grandparent of a few enthusiastic grandchildren. You’d like to share with them some knowledge that you know will help them grow wiser and smarter about choices in life.
As you stumble upon and watch YouTube videos that you think your grandchildren will enjoy, sync them to the kids’ devices, over-the-air, by adding the videos to your YouTube playlists syncing to JuniorTube.
Your kid is not always willing to have the patience to listen and learn about certain things directly from you, their main mentor.
Sync to JuniorTube that YouTube playlist with music lessons videos, or sport technique tips, or the art painting guides, or any of your child’s hobby. They will thank you later.
Parents and teachers are endorsing JuniorTube for being a part of their life
and for being their relief for safely sharing educational YouTube videos with their children.
As a parent and technology lover I think this app has GREAT potential to meet a need previously unmet.Aaron Madrid
Teachers, [JuniorTube] is a great way to organize Youtube videos for your [school students] in a safe environment.Steve C.
JuniorTube app helps you manage playlist of videos to share with kids using 1:1 [iPad programs].Kate C.
This app [JuniorTube] provides a safe space for students to watch educational videos chosen by their teachers.Monica B.
JuniorTube is a cool way to control what your children are watching from YouTube’s resources and to guide them, in an indirect way, to pick the educational videos and the information they are most interested about.Gena Lazar, co-founder
There is no parent I know so far who wouldn’t say at least once "I wish I could play this video to my kids!" once they watched a cool educational video while away from their little ones.Nelu Lazar, founder
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