Google hasn’t really loved Android tablets in the past few years. For example, Amazon̵
Google presented the new app on its blog. Kids Space is essentially a replacement home screen that displays a selection of apps, games, and other distractions that Google has selected as age-appropriate. The content is divided into four sections: Play, Read, Watch, and Create, which show you games, books and comics, videos, and common crafts. Kids can create their own avatar and choose from a handful of interests to customize the content displayed.
The content comes from YouTube Kids, the Play Store and Google Books, naturally curated accordingly. Hopefully, Google can keep the more disruptive aspects of kid-friendly content off the platform. According to the blog post, Google Kids Space will launch with over 400 books available to readers in the United States, although libraries will shift depending on the country.
How about some management? According to Google, parents can manage their children’s accounts using the existing tools in Family Link, available for Android, iOS, and Chromebooks. Although it debuts on the new Lenovo tablet, Google says that Kids Space will be available “soon” on more Android tablets.
Source: Google via Android Police