Brainfeed is an app with collections of educational videos for kids. All the videos in the app are educational, entertaining, and age appropriate. The app is free with about 100 videos free.
I like the app for its filtered content, so I know those videos are high quality and kids friendly.
There are 11 categories in the app: Science, This is your world, Tech and Design, English, Arts and Music, The Human Body, Social Studies, Math, and Make your Future.
Each category has some sub-categories. For example, under The Human Body, you will see How the Body Works, Be Healthy, Super Humans. Under English, you will see How Language Works, Famous Authors, Writer’s Workshop, Meaning Through Words. There are 3-5 videos under each sub-category that are free.
Another thing I like is the length of the videos. Most videos are 3-10 minutes long. It is great for fitting in those short down time between activities.
The layout and user interface is easy and smooth. Kids can quickly find something they’d like to watch.
What I don’t like is the subscription, especially the auto renewal of the subscription. There is an option of Lifetime Access of all videos for $15. Compared to the $11 yearly subscription, Lifetime Access is a much better option. I suggest try the free version, if you kids really like the videos, then pay for lifetime access instead of monthly or yearly subscription.
Brainfeed is available on iPad. It is free to download with about 100 videos free. To access more videos users can subscribe as members via In-App Purchase.
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Like more free educational videos for kids? Try PBS Kids Video.