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Netflix 'Just for Kids' launches on Xbox 360


3:30 PM on 08.08.2012



While you and I cruise the Netflix listings for nudie flix, you wouldn't want your kids doing that. Enter Netflix "Just for Kids," launched today on Xbox 360 as an addition to the current Netflix app. This new service, aimed at children age 12 and under, shows rows of titles divided by genres that kids would get, like dinosaurs or girl power, and is decorated with recognizable characters from TV and film. The best part? No trailers or commercials!

Netflix tech provides each kiddo a personalized experience based on their use and taste. And as you'd expect, the whole shebang is Kinect enabled, letting kids use their voice to navigate. 

 

 






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