Azoomee launches to keep children safe online

New app will donate up to £2 to the NSPCC for annual subscription, helping even more children says Paul Farthing

Azoomee tablet screenshotKeeping children safe online is a priority for the NSPCC – for children, being online is just part of real life. Children and young people spend a lot of time online and it can be a great way to explore, socialise and learn.

But there are also risks, and we know that it can sometimes be daunting for parents to know how to keep their children safe online – 75% of parents have looked for or received information and advice about how to help their child manage online risks.

Now, a new tablet-based app has been launched to help keep 5-11 year olds safe online. Azoomee is designed to be a single place where children can watch their favourite shows, play games, learn new skills, get creative and send messages to friends and family.

Experts in education and children’s media have approved everything in Azoomee. There’s no advertising or in-app purchases required. And children need parent’s permission to leave the app – so there’s no risk of them accidentally viewing content that isn’t appropriate for their age.

It’s a great place for young children to have fun, but also to learn how to stay safe online. We’ve been a strategic partner for Azoomee since March 2015 – and we believe that together we can help more children keep safe. 

Every download supports the NSPCC

By downloading Azomee you’re helping us continue to support children and families across the UK – and keep more children safe online.

20p will be donated for every paid subscription – and up to £2 for an annual subscription.

New users are automatically given a free 15-day trial. At the end of this period you can continue to use the premium features of the app by paying a monthly subscription of £4.99, which can be cancelled at any time. 

Ways to keep a child safe