Amazon Kids+: Books, Videos… 2022

Discover Kid-Safe Videos, Movies, Games and Books for Children Aged 3-12
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Amazon Kids+ is an all-in-one app for entertainment, fun and educational content. Your children will have unlimited access to over 10,000 kids movies, TV shows, books and games tailored for children 3 – 12 years old.

– Subscribe and get the first month free
– Cancel anytime with no hassle
– Kids get access to thousands of kid-friendly content for a low price – after your free trial, subscriptions start at just $4.99 per month for Amazon Prime Members, $7.99 for non-Prime Members.

Amazon Kids+ delivers fun and educational content for your kids. Educational videos can help your children learn their ABCs, 123s and more. Learn Spanish and explore different languages through kid-friendly videos with your favorite characters like Dora and Diego. Foster their love of reading with thousands of children’s books, audio books, stories and series. Pinch and zoom to enlarge the picture book font, making it easier for kids to read.
Your children can enjoy entertainment from trusted brands like Disney, Nickelodeon, PBS Kids, Amazon Originals, Sesame Street, National Geographic and more, all hand-picked by our team.

Kids can have fun on the go with games that will take them on adventures through sports games, animal games and more.

Parental controls ensure a safe environment where you can learn more about the content that your child likes, as well as establish boundaries by age, with no ads. Easily search for favorite characters, superheroes and more with our search feature. An Amazon Kids+ subscription allows up to four kids to enjoy unlimited access to their favorite content across multiple devices, including compatible Fire, Android, Chromebook, iOS, Kindle, Echo and Fire TV devices.

Kids Entertainment:
– Popular characters from movies, TV shows & videos for kids
– Disney: Frozen, Moana, Star Wars & Toy Story
– PBS Kids: Sesame Street, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood & Wild Kratts
– Nick Jr: Bubble Guppies, Team Umizoomi & Dora the Explorer
– Marvel: Spiderman, The Avengers & Captain America

ALSO DOWNLOAD  Daniel Tiger for Parents MODDED

Educational Books & Series:
– Thousands of kid-loved books, movies, and tv shows
– Adventure with your favorite characters & superheroes
– Amazon Originals: Pete the Cat, Stinky and Dirty, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
– Browse by theme: classic literature, award winners, fairy tales, music, superheroes & more
– Your children can discover their favorite books by name, character, title, author, episode & more

Fun Games for Kids:
– Kids can enjoy a selection of fun & educational games on the go
– Play educational reading games, animal games & classic children’s games
– Play with your favorite kids’ TV show & movie characters

Parent Dashboard:
– Set daily time limits & bedtimes to control screen time
– Block access to entertainment content until after educational goals are met
– Review your children’s activity over the past 90 days. See recently viewed books, TV shows & kids’ movies
– Set language preferences for each child’s content in the app – English, Spanish or both
– Set Parent PIN

Child Profiles:
– Create up to four personalized child profiles, each with their own avatar
– Switch quickly & easily between each profile
– Set age filters for each child, so kids only see age-appropriate content

• Download the app now and start your 1 month free trial!
• You can manage or cancel your subscription from the settings menu in Amazon Kids+ on your device, through Amazon Parent Dashboard, or by contacting Amazon Customer Service .
• If you’ve already subscribed to Amazon Kids+, you can download the app and sign in with your Amazon account credentials.
Endless fun for kids. No grown-up stuff. Amazon Kids+ was built from the ground up for kids to have a fun and educational environment to enjoy.


1. New bottom navigation: Content categories are now always at the bottom of the screen to make browsing books, videos, games, and educational content even easier.
2. Grownups Button: Parent settings can now be initiated with a single-tap using the "Grownups" button at the top of the home screen.
3. Downloads Page: Easily view and access all book downloads for on-the-go reading using the Downloads icon at the top of the home screen.


40 comentarios en "Amazon Kids+: Books, Videos… 2022"

  1. We have 3 kids that use Kindle fires. While the app has some nice features it also lacks basic connectivity and functions. I cannot remember how many times I have tried to pause or adjust time and nothing happens on the tablet even though both are online. It needs to work when we need it to (why can kids turn the wifi off on the tablets anyway??). App need better organization, it seems many things are done the long difficult way. Doesn’t always update. Reminds me of hard to use enterprise apps.

  2. AC Buller dice:

    I wish more books would be added. It’s an okay selection, but since the app updated the books get jumbled up and pages are often missing words. It would be nice to have a setting to reduce the pages on a screen. Using a phone, I don’t have that option. It was a better app before the latest update, now it’s just frustrating and not really worth the money.

  3. Hard to use and missing basic functionality. You can’t add “bonus time” or override limits without just changing the settings, and then you have to remember to reset it for for the next day. Every time you open it you have to switch to the parent dashboard and enter a pin. Every. Time. “Pausing” the kid’s tablet just doesn’t work at all.

  4. Some of the apps are great and my daughter is able to learn a lot. The down side to this is that the app for the phone does not work at all. Does not allow me to enter my amazon password to switch to parent dashboard so I can’t add some of the things my daughter wants to watch from my phone. unable to set volume restriction, doesn’t pair well with the external memory I bought for it. It keeps using internal, I go in settings to pick the right storage and then it switches back to internal.

  5. Good in many ways. Overly complicated to change settings, very difficult to edit apps/content. No way way to easily increase or decrease allotted time. ie: when on a long car ride, I would like give my kids an extra hour or extend their “bedtime”. I must go into settings change the time, then remember to return it to the original settings. Would love to do anything without going to “help” to accomplish it. This is the only interface that I need to use “help” to accomplish anything.

  6. When reading books, the app requires a network connection and consistently loses my place, forcing me to waste a few min refinding my page, every time I want to read. This is made worse by the fact that the whole book isn’t downloaded at the beginning so page turns are extra slow over the network. Additionally, the app doesn’t keep the display on, so the display often times out when reading. All in all, its nice some books are free but the usability problems make it almost not worth it.

  7. Purchased a Kindle fire for my 4 year old with 1 year free of kids plus. So far, we like it a lot with a few exceptions. First, would love to be able to limit the amount of time spent on a specific app rather than place a limit on all apps. Example, YouTube. Id love to limit his time on this app but still allow usage of other apps. Second, it would be nice to set more detailed schedules for when it turns off and on, on specific days and for multiple time periods.

  8. FreeTime is a joke! It’s an unorganized overwhelming mess for children. I cannot pick and choose which content I’d like my kid to have. Instead I have two choices: 1. DESELECT ALL THE CONTENT I DON’T WANT HER TO HAVE. 2. Unsubscribe from FreeTime. I chose option 2. Also, Bluetooth doesn’t work in FreeTime so if your child has a coding toy, headphones, or anything that requires Bluetooth, you have to use it in parent mode. Also, I cannot use the parent dashboard sans FT Unlimited Subscription.

  9. Overall it does the job, sort of. I can easily control most things, from the app, for my kids’ Kindles. However, the meeting educational goals before your child can play on apps or watch video does not work. I had it set for 15-30 minutes of reading, with the option to keep apps locked until this goal was met, but they still were able to get into apps and play. Now just block all but books from the parent dashboard until I know they have met that goal. Update: Pause feature stopped working. 🙁

  10. Like some others have mentioned, the educational goals feature does not work which is kind of annoying, but the time limit on video and apps does stop those features when time is up. We were using it on my phone tonight and it failed. Hoping when we try on the actual Kindle something will work. We can open and see his collection of books and movies but none will open. Black screen for movies and white for books. Bummed.

  11. Nice app, but I wish I could go right into the dashboard instead of logging into things and hitting several lines to get there. Also to become to change the times to smaller than 15min increments. I’d also like to see what is playing, and for how long so I can regulate that. If there was a way to delete/add content from the dashboard that would be extremely helpful for memory and space on the tablets.

  12. Michael De dice:

    Large selection of kids books but the quality of books isn’t great. No way to save favorites which is an essential feature of such an app with an enormous library of content. App design and performance is also pretty bad. Trying to exit a book often results in changing the page and the app does not remember the page I was on. Epic! has a much better app.

  13. REBECCA M dice:

    Very limited Function. (T-Mobile tablet) This app works well in you only have the Amazon tablet. Unlike the Amazon tablet, you cannot download content. Very few options to choose from. You cannot add favorites. AND you cannot use it offline, with the Fire you are able to use a ton. For the best use of this app you need the Amazon tablet. It has a lot of great content but you will not find that on any other device. I suggest getting the APP and tablet around BLACK FRIDAY for the best deals.

  14. App is a complete disaster! The parental controls are a mess and do not work properly. When I first set it up I used the time limits and blocked all video, app, and web usage while leaving audiobooks and reading to unlimited. I did this for weekdays and weekends and it never worked. She could still watch everything. The only reason I used the app was for sharing audiobooks and Kindle books with my child. I did not want her to have access to any videos, apps or web content.

  15. Evidently you can only ask to read books while in the ap? I can’t find a book online and then assign it to my kid profile. There should be a link somewhere that gives a list of all the content in one place. As it is, it’s hit and miss to find books covered by Amazon Kids. The interface is horrible. It’s very hard for me to figure out how to search for content, much less kids. No bookmarks, can’t come back to the last page read, no settings for brightness. You can’t see the time on the device. Awful. Not worth even the Prime price.

  16. Bought the Amazon Freetime Tablet and it came with 1 year free. So far I like the app alot. Only complaint is how the movies/videos are organized. Alot of random videos that are hard to go through. No trailer or description page for movies and shows. Also when reading books there’s no read along setting. Could use some updates.

  17. M dice:

    The app needs work. Whenever you get back on and resume a book, it is never on the page you left off. It should be set up like Kindle in terms of the word guide/glossary. Anytime you click on a word for the definition, it sends you to the back of the book and you have to keep clicking the back button to get back to where you left off. The educational section sucks, the games should be more fun. Not impressed

  18. Every time I want to access the parent’s dashboard I have to log in with my Amazon password. The recent interface change made it so my password manager won’t auto fill, so I have to look up the password then copy and paste it. I’m not sure why Amazon devs chose a nonstandard entry when the previous version worked fine. Fingerprint authorization would be nice. Edit (11/24): I’ll give a star back since they added parental PIN option. Thanks for the response.

  19. J. Catzen dice:

    This app is great as far as having a centralized place for childrens books and content. But the app itself is terrible; there’s the back arrow that stays visible and blocks letters or words at the top of the page; rotating the phone/tablet is even worse viewing quality. You can not see any book information like page numbers or author. Basically all the features available in kindle are not present in this app

  20. Not a fan. I got this as a free subscription when I purchased a fire tablet. At first I was excited to have a kid appropriate program I could add apps to. I purchased and downloaded a few apps and added them to freetime. When going to an app it wanted me to purchase each subscription a second time!! There was also a lot going on in one spot, it was overwhelming even for me. Should be an option to choose what exactly you want your child to play, read, and watch.

  21. I expect more from a multi BILLION dollar company!! User interface isn’t intuitive, especially for kids. Can’t access free streaming audiobooks from Android app and kids’ Kindles don’t consistently connect to any Bluetooth device. So difficult to find new free content and even on a website search it isn’t clear what book/audiobook is available on FreeTime. What’s the point of offering access to free books/audiobooks when you can’t find any titles! The idea is great but the execution is lacking.

  22. Parental controls for Freetime Unlimited are insufficient and UI is poorly designed. The main problem: if I enable apps, my 6 yr old can access ALL age-appropriate apps in the library. The selection is overwhelming and lacks organization. There’s no way to limit the view to only downloaded apps. There’s also no differentiation between educational and entertainment apps so I can’t set different time limits. More granular controls are needed.

  23. Needs a setting to ONLY allow the content specifically chosen rather than having to go through and block 2000+ bits of content individually to clear up clutter. It was like purging wildly overwhelmed playrooms. I’ve got five tablets to do this to! Shouldn’t be limited to four kids or to under 13 years old. I should have the option to choose app availability and time limits individually rather than blocking ALL until goals are done. I want some apps available all the time but most after reading

  24. With the abundance of content in this app, it has alot of promise, but it is in dire need of renovation. One isn’t able to view the title or info about the media they’re interested in, much less add it to their favorites or even resume correctly, if at all. Although, for an additional fee paid on top of our Prime membership fee, this is Amazon’s poorest excuse of a Prime benefit I have ever seen. There are free public apps better than this!

  25. It’s good when it works. The amount of times I have to make sure the times are set and then even when I know they are, the kindle is still om and go back on the app and the timer is turned off! I have it password protected so he cannot override it and also the setting not to switch profiles and it still happens? Needs fixing!

  26. Its good when it works. When I open the app the home screen refreshes itself every 2 seconds and then when you finally get it working and find what you’re looking for it goes back to the home page! Its a waste of money when you can’t use the app you’ve paid for because it doesn’t work. Not happy!

  27. This app has major issues with the time restrictions. The times restrictions randomly stop working and won’t let the tablet function. Or sometimes it won’t shut off when it’s supposed to. Kinda frustrating.

  28. Heather S. dice:

    This review is for android and iOS systems. I LOVED this app until about December of 2021. Since then I cannot seem to read any books but the ones that are part of the app program. I used to be able to borrow picture ebooks from the library and use the app for my child to read them. Now it won’t add library ebooks to the app. There are books that say you can read…but then it says the book is unavailable. Until these features are fixed, I won’t be paying for this subscription again.

  29. Nex amous dice:

    Navigation and parental controls are great. It’s extremely frustrating that my child can’t view or request child books for purchase. The subscription is limited and she wants books outside of it. If I have to create a whole new account to use regular Kindle without my 1-click access, I doubt we’ll continue using Kindle products. This isn’t a major request. She can do this on her Android phone for anything in Playstore–so why can’t Amazon do it for Kindle?

  30. Paul dice:

    Absolute rubbish. Claimed to be compatible with Android devices so I subscribed and then downloaded 15 suitable kids books. I then found there’s no library section on the android app so although it is possible to read a book when you first download it, you then can’t find it in order to continue reading it. So I guess the child is supposed to download them one at a time and then read them in one session… spoke to customer service who acknowledged Kids+ is not really compatible with Android.

  31. Sho JT dice:

    Absolutely rubbish if you have it on anything other than a fire tablet. Waste of money. Limited access to content if its not on an amazon device regardless of paying for the service.

  32. James Chen dice:

    Completely unusable offline (i.e. while traveling on a plane without wifi access) with no ability to start the app or even read books. What is the point of an app with books, if you can’t even read or download them locally when traveling? Discoverability of books is poor. Books that the Amazon website has listed as available on Kids+ don’t show up in the app, even if I turn off all age filters (Shannon Messenger’s Lost City Series) and customer support was unable to fix it after 1.5 hours of cha

  33. Nicola dice:

    Videos now won’t play, they look as if they will start but then skip to the end and stop. Unable to download programmes to watch offline. All in all a poor running app. Disappointing.

  34. Everything begins at the very end and then goes off. You have to pause it and then move the timing back, which is inconvenient. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling, but no change, so have simply unsubscribed.

  35. Love the app but can’t cast it onto my TV with my chromecast. I personally don’t love my son watching things on phones or tablets it’s bad for his spine to be hunched over looking at a screen. Would have kept the subscription if casting was an available option.

  36. It is very temperamental. It glitches often and requires an uninstall and reinstall to reset.

  37. Hit and miss when applying changes. Used to be that Friday was weekday now it’s weekend and Sunday is now a weekday. Meaning you have to edit Sunday morning and then remember to change on Monday and the same on Friday’s. Surely it would be easier to give parents day by day settings. Some days now time might be required on a regular basis.

  38. Really enjoy the app, only thing we don’t enjoy is when the text in the books overlap. There is a feature where you can press on the text and it highlights it, which makes it easier to read. But we always seem to have trouble moving to the next line… So we would much rather have the text no longer overlap. Otherwise it would be 5 stars for us.

  39. Holly M dice:

    This app is in desperate need of offline functionality. I’ll be happy to give a better review and resume my subscription when it can be used without constant connection. The parental controls are great but it could be better through a parent account or a separate window. The content selection is fantastic. The subscription cost is great. Please make it work offline.

  40. Missing Functionality, Poor UI, Terrible Support App layout and content structure is not great. Unable to access shared Audible content in the app; apparently this only works on a Kindle tablet. Amazon/Audible support is TERRIBLE. Audible insisted that sharing via Kids Profiles doesn’t exist. Amazon refused to accept that an official Amazon Kids app for Google Play even existed, insisting that Amazon Kids is only supported on Kindle.

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