Prime Video Online for Kids online video
A leading online video service has announced it will allow kids to watch a new feature that lets them browse videos of celebrities they love.
The Prime Video website will enable parents to create an account with their child and upload videos from any celebrity they want to watch.
The feature is one of several features that Prime Video has added to its video platform.
The site says the feature lets kids find the content they want without the need to visit the websites or sites of celebrity friends.
It’s a welcome addition for children and parents alike, as it makes it easier for them to find a clip of the star they want, Prime said.
Prime Video already allows users to find clips of celebrities that are popular on YouTube and other online video platforms.
Prime Video also allows parents to share their videos on Facebook and Twitter.
“Prime Video will bring to life the most authentic and engaging experiences in video,” said David B. Korda, president and chief executive of Prime Video.
Korda added that Prime is exploring ways to further expand the feature.
Prime said the new feature will not affect Prime Video’s existing video platform, YouTube.
YouTube is home to more than 40 million videos, but the site has recently seen a slowdown in subscriber growth as users turn to mobile devices.