The VINCI tablet
is one of many slate devices aimed at young children, but is one of the few (if not only) to be FDA safety compliant for youngsters. Since it runs Android, itís capable of running most Android apps.
Now the VINCI company is making finding kid-suitable apps easier with their new VINCI Kids Library. At launch the Library will sport 500 apps, games, interactive stories and other digital titles. By the end of the year the title count is expected to double.
Everything is aimed at children aged 18 months up to 9 years old. Parents will find familiar brands, such as Mightybooks and the Jim Henson Company. What they wonít find is commercials, adult content, or in-app purchases. This alone should grab parental attention.
You can browse the VINCI Kids Library
to see whatís on offer before shelling out for the tablet. via TechCrunch via liliputing