nexGTV has launched the – nexGTV kids app for kids. With this launch, uni viewers cross the globe can now immerse themselves in an eclectic mix of wonderful stories and delightful characters from series both vintage and new that will not only entertain them, but will also aid healthy intellectual development in their growth years. For your information, nexGTV is the India’s biggest subscription-led video entertainment app and the flagship offering of DigiVive Services.
Speaking on the announcement, Mr. Abhesh Verma, COO, nexGTv said:
“We are very excited to present the brand new ‘only for kids’ platform, “nexGTv Kids”. We have thoroughly handpicked the content that entertains, educates and encourages kids to learn, teaching them skills of crafts, origami etc. Kids can enjoy their favourite shows in a safe, uninterrupted, no-ads environment, while the parents and guardians can just relax and be reassured that their kids are in the right company. Besides, to further enhance our service offering for kids, we are also planning to introduce new high-quality original content with familiar characters.”
The nexGTV app will allow children between the ages of 2 to 10 to access a plethora of highly educative and entertains video content. Apart from access to entertainment content, the kids also have access to several informative & educating videos featuring Housing Clay Art tutorials, jovial Science Experiment videos and popular nursery rhymes to take care of their holistic learning. Adding to the entertainment is the Live TV section of the app, which gives access to universally-loved channels such as Cartoon Network and Pogo, while a featured Movies list including popular films such as Popeye – Bride & Gloom, Boxer Rebellion, Bumm Bumm Bhole and Bal Ganesh will also be present as an option. The app effortlessly juggles between Education, Learning and Entertainment by hosting a vivid range of videos, animations, movies and jolly tutorials.
The App available for download on Google Play Sore & Apple iTunes Store or it can downloaded by giving a missed call on 0120-4848222.