On-Demand children’s entertainment portal Toon Goggles (www.toongoggles.com) will introduce a new and enhanced look for its app on July 15. The new app will include a section with over 50 HTML5-based games with regular game updates planned throughout the year (HTML5 based-games can be played on all mobile devices). The new update offers kids and their parents an increased selection of free content to choose from, with children-appropriate, pre-approved advertising. Premium membership will still be available, offering Toon Goggles fans the chance to opt-out of the ad-supported content if preferred.
The app update will now permit users to register and create a free account by choosing a personal username and avatar. New parental controls allow parents to choose to limit their children’s access to the preschool and educational programming categories, if desired.
“These additional features are designed to engage our users even further,” said Jordan Warkol, Toon Google’s director of business development. “As a kid-safe and parent-friendly entertainment destination for children and their parents we wanted to give children an enhanced and more interactive experience within our Toon Goggles application.”
Toon Goggles is available online at www.toongoggles.com and as an app on the iTunes App Store (iOS), Google Play (Android), Windows 8 and on all Sony phones and tablets, and pre-installed on a variety of devices. Toon Goggles can be found on the Sharp Aquos LED TV, Techno Source’s Kurio7 Android Tablet for Families, Oregon Scientific’s Meep! tablets and on Barnes & Noble’s Nook HD and Nook HD +. Among the toons currently available on the portal are YooHoo & Friends, Action Dad, The Treetop Sisters, ABC Monsters, Imp, Angus & Cheryl and Monk the Dog.