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

Techwalla may earn compensation through affiliate links in this story.

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

Advertisement

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.

Video of the Day

The recommendations will be sorted into four categories:

Advertisement

  • 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.

Advertisement

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.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Report an Issue

screenshot of the current page

Screenshot loading...