Money.co.uk’s New Study Ranks Amazon Prime Video As The Best Streaming Service For Children This Half-Term
Finding ways to keep the kids entertained over half-term can be no easy task. And while we might be spending a little more time indoors, parents needn’t stress as there are a number of streaming apps that can offer a safe and educational online viewing experience for children that won’t deplete the household budget either.
New research from Money.co.uk has analysed the top five streaming services available in the UK, comparing everything from price, quality, functionality and type of content available to give parents a comprehensive guide as to which is best for their family’s needs.
- For a £7.99 subscription, Amazon Prime gives access to 1,162 Family + Kids titles
- This works out at a very modest £0.69 per 100 shows
- Netflix takes second place, with the slightly cheaper subscription price of £5.99 netting you 811 kids titles
- iPlayer is the most expensive service, with a license fee working out at £13.25 per month
- For quality programming, iPlayer also takes the top spot however, with an average MetaScore of 64
- Prime Video also has the most Educational shows with 114. New kid on the block Disney+ is a distant 2nd with just 36
View the study in full, along with the methodology here.