ChuChu TV has been quickly developing into a very popular media channel, they continue to grow in size and have an immense audience. Their digital children’s programming is geared for the toddler and preschool set with loads of familiar songs and stories. Yes, their content is easily viewed on their YouTube channel, but this new app gives the option to download their educational cartoons/nursery rhymes/songs onto your own device to watch offline at any time. This company believes in spreading goodness among children through quality videos and makes it easier than ever to tune in with their app. All of their content is appropriate for children and if you doubt their popularity just check out the number of views on Tube! The Chu Chu TV app is simple to use and has been designed especially for children, it has large buttons to start and stop the videos and they all automatically loop around if left untouched. Chu Chu TV has taken precautions by including parental controls and all the content can be managed and filtered by caregivers, and the app is completely COPPA compliant. What we liked was the mix of the same song with different lyrics and a different setting. It is possible to view The Wheels on the Bus in New York City and pass visit different neighborhoods and various famous landmarks or to view The Wheels on the Bus through the Serengeti Plains and other regions of Africa. Since debuting in early 2013, its YouTube channel has racked up more than 2.34 million subscribers and 2.68 billion views for its videos, which aim to engage and educate children. Features: • The ability to download your kids' favorite shows so that they can watch them offline. • Playlist organization for the cartoons you've downloaded. • Helping kids learn important alphabet and math skills with household names like ChuChu and ChaCha. • Kid-friendly interface. • No ads and no personal data collected. • Parental controls for in-app purchases.Nursery Rhymes by ChuChu TV Hailing from India,
Written by Jayne Clare
Jayne Clare is dedicated to being in the forefront of the ever-changing digital landscape. She has been working directly with students and startups and recognizing what works and what doesn’t, along with the why behind both. Jayne co-founded Teachers With Apps in 2011.