I’ve partnered with XFINITY by Comcast to bring you this post on kid friendly entertainment. All opinions are honest and my own.
Do you find it hard to keep the kids entertained? Is it a big priority in your life? Do you want to make sure that they’re watching good quality tv? Did you know that with the X1 operating system from XFINITY, you’ll have at your fingertips lots of kid-friendly features that Google Fiber doesn’t offer. This includes things like the Kids Zone, Playlists and even some fun Easter Eggs from the Voice Remote that your kids will love! Like how I slid in there it’s a voice remote? What?
So you’re probably wondering what is Kids Zone?
Kids Zone is a specially designed section of X1 made totally for children. In it is all of their favorite TV shows. However that’s not all. Kids Zone includes movies, TV shows, your DVRed recordings and even On Demand choices. It gives your children the choice to be independent and view what they want. However it disables certain features like channel up/down and the ability to purchase or rent programming so they don’t fall into something you’d not want them viewing. The fun interface was made with kids in mind. It is something you won’t find with Google Fiber.
I love that Kids Zone has parental controls.
Because of the Voice Remote from XFINITY, your precious little ones can spend time trying out their favorite movie quotes and finding the shows they love the most by topic. The most recent update gives them the ability to speak into the remote with phrases from the popular Cartoon Network show Teen Titans Go! My kids love that show. We are all about the Minions here at our house. So of course one of my personal favorites is Minionese! Try out “banana” or “kudos!” next time your kids are picking up the remote – it is way to fun!
The Voice Remote is only available from XFINITY – Google Fiber can’t put your shows in front of you just by speaking! How cool is that?
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What’s your favorite feature of XFINITY Kids Zone?