Apple and Common Sense Media Team up to Curate Podcasts for Kids

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Apple announced a partnership with non profit Common Sense Media that will help parents and kids find family-friendly podcasts.

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Common Sense Media is a really helpful platform that offers parents various ways to ensure the content their kids are watching is developmentally-appropriate. Those research-backed tools are being used to curate age-appropriate options for Apple Podcasts, which can be accessed through iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

The recommendations will be sorted into four categories:

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  • Common Sense Media Picks: The all-time favorite podcasts that are entertaining and educational.
  • One More!: Mysterious tales and action-packed dramas for kids of all ages.
  • Kids Know Best: Popular kids' shows that kids choose themselves.
  • Story Time: Shows that are all about the stories, encouraging kids to use their imagination.

To check out the kid-friendly options, visit Apple.co/showsforkids, which launches Apple Podcasts. Recommendations will be updated monthly that'll feature new shows, as well as timely collections like Back to School and Black History Month.

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