KIDOZ grows ad efforts in Europe
Israeli mobile-based discovery platform Kidoz is expanding into the UK market, thanks to a new exclusive deal with European ad sales house Venatus.
5 Best Apps to Keep Your Kids Screen Time Safe
Once downloaded it can serve as a completely separate user interface on a phone, tablet or Windows operating system. Parents/teachers can set limits and customise content.
KIDOZ and Driver Digital Set Up “Tent”
The content discovery platform and family entertainment company have launched a new content and distribution service for brands to reach kids on mobile devices.
KIDOZ Content-Discovery Network Jumps from 1 Million to 50 Million Users in a Year
In January 2016, Kidoz opened the network of games, videos, and other apps to third-party kids app developers.
Eldad Ben Tora: Helping Developers Monetize In The Kids’ Mobile Space
“What if there was a way that you didn’t have to choose between monetizing and staying loyal to an audience of kids? Eldad Ben Tora, CRO and Co-founder of KIDOZ explained how“
Making the World (of Apps) Safe for Kids: Corona Labs and KIDOZ Now Partners
“The strategic partnership has led to a newly launched KIDOZ plugin for the Corona SDK; this provides developers with a kid-friendly way to generate revenue from their apps.”
“While many apps tried to address this problem by confining the kids to a sandbox on the device, none have come as close as KIDOZ for a near perfect implementation.”
Funds are still finding kids digital startups – so what gives?
“”Moving to mobile was a good idea. Over the last eight months, we’ve made licensing deals with our own KIDOZ Mode safety tech, so it’s pre-installed on millions of tablet devices,” says Havkin.”
Oxford University Press teams up with Israeli ed-tech startups
“Partnerships with Kidoz will focus on digitizing books and making them accessible through new technological formats.”
Oxford University Press signs deal with 3 Israeli start-ups
“Using Kidoz, OUP can ensure that material appropriate to kids can be accessed by them, with the company hosting kid-appropriate OUP content on its app and web portal.”
Israeli Tech Shines at CES Conference in Las Vegas
“KIDOZ is a content-discovery platform that helps children find content online that they enjoy, which makes more money for publishers.”
Israeli startups and made-in-Israel technologies take spotlight at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
“Kidoz provides three platforms: an SDK that helps developers increase engagement with kid-friendly apps; a Kidoz mode for kids to explore offerings themselves; and the Kidoz network promoting child-friendly content.”
Technology and Education at CES 2016
“KIDOZ has over one thousand kinds of applications and games for children above, worldwide there are about more than one million users…In China they also have a number of partners, such as primary and Acer hardware vendors, hardware built their own applications for education great customer service.”
Read the full story here [In Chinese]
10 High-Flying Companies To Watch At CES 2016
“After evaluating the companies on the list with our Mosaic algorithm, which tracks the health of private companies, we determined that these 10 companies below were among the high flyers to go see at the event”.
Kids Don’t Have Credit Cards, And Other Challenges Of Monetizing Apps For Children
“‘An ad network might look at a kid and say, ‘What type of content does this particular kid like?’ while we say, ‘Which type of kids like this type of content?’ Havkin said. ‘We match entities with content based on the content. We cluster content, not users.’”
KIDOZ Raises $3.5M and Launches First Open Kids Content Discovery Platform
“Through the new KIDOZ NETWORK, app developers can embed KIDOZ’ technology as a content recommendation tool inside their apps to increase engagement and generate revenue in a kid-safe way without ads or in-app purchases”
KIDOZ Launches Child-friendly Network
“The network displays recommendations for kids’ apps, mixing organic and sponsored picks, within partnered apps. The offering … can be used to turn mobile devices into a completely child-safe environment”.
KIDOZ Raises $3.5m for Child Content-Recommendation App
“KIDOZ, which boasts a content-recommendation app for children, has raised $3.5 million from Millhouse Capital, the venture-investing vehicle of Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich.”
KIDOZ Opens Platform to Developers
“Through KIDOZ Network, app developers can embed KIDOZ technology as a content recommendation tool inside their apps to increase engagement and generate revenue in a kid-safe way without ads or in-app purchases.”
KIDOZ Raises US$3.5 Million, Boosts Marketing Manpower
“In this new KIDOZ Network, content creators will be able to embed the KIDOZ tech inside their apps as a content-recommendation tool that will serve to generate revenue without ads or in-app purchases.”
KIDOZ Raises $1.2M Series A To Expand Its Content Library
“The company’s software has been installed on now over 1.5 million devices, including both as a full operating system and as a “kid mode” option on otherwise standard devices.”
Kid-Friendly Interface That Provides Easy Access to Safe Content
“If you don’t want to mess around with alternative operating systems and would rather just install a kid-safe environment on your current PC, KIDOZ is just what the doctor ordered.”
KIDOZ Arrives On Mobile, Making Android Devices Safe For Kids
“But one thing that makes KIDOZ more unique in this space is that it doesn’t just do app whitelisting and blocking, it also offers a pre-approved selection of content.”
KIDOZ launches mobile platform for android devices
“The smart content engine matches the best apps, videos, websites and online games from its library to the profile of each individual child.”
Give Your Kids Safe and Easy Access to Over 100 PC Games
“KIDOZ Games is definitely worth bookmarking. It keeps the gaming experience fairly well-contained and requires no downloads or setup.”
KIDOZ … Facebook For the Single-Digit Crowd
“On top of the company’s promises of the utmost security, the KIDOZ web environment is jam-packed with content that I wish I had access to as a kid.”