Amazon FreeTime and Kids Email 2


We are happy to report that Kids Email works great with Kindle and Amazon FreeTime! It’s a great way for your kids to have an e-mail and stay connected with friends and family.

If you would like your child to have an e-mail account, you can sign up here.

We’ve had several Amazon FreeTime users contact us in hopes that our e-mail service would work with their FreeTime and it does! It’s a great additional to a great service offered by Amazon.

What Is Amazon FreeTime Unlimited?

FreeTime Unlimited is geared for kids ages 3 to 10. It offers loads of child friendly shows, games, apps and books from major brands like Disney and Nickelodeon.

Some of the features we think are great are:

  • In-app purchases are disabled. No worrying that your child will accidentally purchase something.
  • Time limits – this is a favorite in our home!
  • Each kid in the household can have their own profile and content.
  • Education Goals that will unlock additional content.

It’s a great service that provides parental controls to allow children to use devices, and not worry about the content.

How Much Does FreeTime Unlimited Cost?

  • With Prime membership: $2.99 per child or $6.99 per family/per month.
  • Without Prime membership: $4.99 per child or $10.99 per family/per month.

What do you like about Amazon FreeTime Unlimited? We’d love to hear if there are any features we are missing out on!

 

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About Jennifer McDonnow

Administrative Assistant at KidsEmail.org. She is the content writer of Kids Email blog and helps manage their social media accounts. Being a mom of two, she finds it important to provide helpful content to other parents in hopes to help in keeping more kids safe online.


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2 thoughts on “Amazon FreeTime and Kids Email

  • JohnMcG

    Just to mention, the paid FreeTime Unlimited service is *not* required to run Kids Mail in a FreeTime Environment.

    FreeTime (non-paid) includes parental controls and a kind-only profile on the device. Individual videos, books, and apps (including KidsMail) can be approved for each child profile.

    FreeTime Unlimited is the paid service that includes access to content mentioned in the article.