JellyTelly, a Nashville-based media and technology company that serves Christian families, announced today the launch of the JellyTelly app on all major app platforms. The JellyTelly app is a streaming video app designed for kids, and is available in the App Store (for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV), Google Play Store (for Android), Amazon App Store (Fire Tablets and Fire TV) and the Roku Channel Store.
“We are excited to provide our subscribers the ability to access JellyTelly wherever they want to watch. From phones to tablets to TV, JellyTelly is available wherever our subscribers are,” said CEO Erick Goss. “Whether it’s families watching shows together in their living rooms to ensuring JellyTelly is with you on-the-go on mobile devices, we want parents and kids to have the ability to watch the best in Christian kids shows and movies wherever, whenever they want.” Each JellyTelly app features continuous play between episodes, cross-device resume for playing shows on different devices, and the ability to create playlists.
“Our team wanted to create a world-class experience for both kids and parents,” said JellyTelly CTO John Henderson. “It’s important that parents feel great handing off their devices to kids, and that kids have a safe, easy, and fun way to navigate to their favorite shows and movies.”
The JellyTelly app features over 300 hours of video content for Christian kids and families, including beloved series like VeggieTales(R) and Friends and Heroes, and new shows like Phil Vischer’s Buck Denver Asks … What’s in the Bible?, Owlegories and Micah’s Super Vlog.
JellyTelly offers two subscription tiers. Monthly subscriptions are $4.99 per month, and an annual subscription is $49.99. New subscribers receive a free 7-day trial. Both subscriptions offer unlimited streaming of the vast JellyTelly library of Christian content for kids, including the popular JellyTelly original 5 Minute Family Devotional. The 5 Minute Family Devotional contains video-based devotionals including verses, teaching videos, discussion questions and prayer prompts.
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Source: Merge PR