Toon Goggles partners with Southern Telecom to release a new app for the Polaroid 7” Kids Tablet.
Los Angeles, CA -- Leading online kids destination Toon Googles has partnered with Southern Telecom to launch a new free app for the Polaroid 7” Kids Tablet, providing viewers with instant access to Toon Goggles’ selection of popular and entertaining animated and live-action content for children.
The free Toon Goggles app is available now on the award-winning Polaroid Kids Tablet, which was recently named a CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree. The Polaroid Kids Tablet is a rugged, kid-friendly tablet with parental controls embedded right into its Android operating system.
“The Polaroid Tablet is an excellent example of Southern Telecom’s commitment to creating durable products for all ages,” said Jimmy Huynh, Director of Internal Operations, Toon Goggles. “We are very proud to provide another well-known manufacturer of quality consumer electronic products such as Southern Telecom with Toon Goggles' premium animation library. By bringing the Toon Goggles application to all Polaroid children's tablets, we hope that kids everywhere can experience the best quality of kid and parent-friendly cartoon content.
In addition, the deal sees Southern Telecom adding Toon Boom Animation Inc.’s creative app “Boom Goggles,” the two-time Emmy Award-winning market leader in content creation technology, to tablets. The “Boom Goggles” app is developed jointly by Toon Goggles and Toon Boom.
“Boom Goggles” allows users to demonstrate their design skills instantly by creating their own stop-motion cartoons. Polaroid Kids Tablet users will be able to export their unique creations to the Toon Goggles platform, sharing their innovations with friends and family. “Boom Goggles” is available in the Google Play Store for free. The premium version includes a greater number of templates, unlimited usage of creative tools and the camera capture feature.
Source: Toon Goggles
Jennifer Wolfe is Director of News & Content at Animation World Network.