Educational entertainment company ties up with AT&T and Samsung

Famigo, a US educational entertainment company that aims to provide safer experiences for children on mobile devices, now comes preloaded via the Android platform on two new and popular tablets: Galaxy Tab 4 and the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro.

Families can access educational entertainment – with new content added daily for constant engagement – and use Famigo’s optional child lock to keep tablets family-safe.

Famigo CEO Q Beck said in a statement: “Bridging the gap between school and home means making education portable, usable and accessible to all age groups, anywhere. Teaming up with AT&T allows us to bring educational content to more families on more devices. We’re excited to provide families, who own the Note Pro or Tab 4 with the opportunity to learn through apps, videos and games.”

Families can choose from over 100 Famigo TV channels and thousands of videos, as well as apps and interactive games, to access educational entertainment on their Samsung tablets. Formatted with particular attention to the viewing experience, and with an optional child lock, Famigo is the ideal platform for helping children learn on tablets, even during the summer and on the go.

The latest version of Famigo also features a simplified login process, more educational content and a free version of the app with limited content. The preloaded version of Famigo is now available exclusively to AT&T customers in-store and online through AT&T’s website. Famigo content is now aligned to Common Core and TEKS standards.

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