Welcome to the ABC Kids app!

The ABC Kids app is designed to support your child through their early years as they learn and grow. The app is aimed at preschool and younger school-aged children. Safe and commercial free designed to provide the best of Australian and international content to watch wherever they want, whenever they want.

What can we watch in the ABC Kids app?

The ABC Kids app is home to many trusted and loved programs. It is carefully curated to entertain, educate and support Australian pre-schoolers from their earliest years up Into their first years of school. Watch Bluey, Play School, Giggle and Hoot, Peppa Pig, Hey Duggee, and so many more in the ABC Kids app now!

The ABC Kids app is available for devices running iOS 11 and above. Watching ABC Kids on any Apple device is metered regardless of your service provider. Due to rights restrictions, ABC Kids is geo-blocked to Australia.

Data consumption:

You are responsible for the data transfer and consumption charges incurred by you when using any ABC app. The ABC disclaims all liability for such charges.
If you have limited mobile data available, watching video over a mobile data (3G, 4G) connection can be expensive. Check your quota with your service provider and monitor your usage. Your service provider may be able to send you alerts when you reach the limit of your monthly quota. You can disable Mobile Data within the Settings app of your device. For more information about video data consumption, visit the FAQs & Help page in the Settings section of the ABC Kids app.

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* Optimised design: A child-led experience for your little one. This app is designed for children so they can independently control their own viewing.
* Search: A place to safely explore and discover new shows
* Home screen: Recommendations and carefully curated collections of shows children might like
* Watch on the big screen: Cast to your TV or device via Chromecast or AirPlay
* Settings: Personalise the experience for your child. You can now apply parental show filters and limit screen time in settings.

What’s New

Version 5.0.6

Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
3.1K Ratings

3.1K Ratings

frsgmufv ,

Good and bad

This app is pretty good but it needs to change the BAD part the bad part is when you watch to many videos it just goes blank/ doesn’t work any more I would give it 5⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ but I can’t unless you change that.

And the good thing about the app is the some of the videos are funny and makes me and my little sister laugh a lot and the thing that makes my little sister laugh is the show bluey 4 things that make my little sister laugh is when bingo the parrot says
what-you-want-a-craker) and when bingo says ooger-booger to her dad also when they play neighbours and there dad moves next to the mum and makes a lot of noise and last is when bluey is a mum and rusty wants to play mums and dads and bluey thinks rusty wants to be a baby and bluey takes care of rusty like rusty is a baby

Urquhart Formation ,

Recent update is buggy

This is a staple app in our house! We’ve used it daily for a few years. The old version was great, it was simple, toddler-friendly and had helpful and functional parental controls. The new version seems to have removed most of these and made the app far too complicated for solo toddler operation. There’s no longer any way to see how much time remains before the timer expires, and there are now arbitrary groupings of shows that are irrelevant to my kid on the home page. She likes what she likes and to find her shows she now needs to select the search function down the very bottom to bring up the alphabetical listing. Otherwise she can’t find all her shows properly. The icon to stream to Apple TV is ridiculously close to the closed captions icon which means it’s difficult even for an adult to use without mistakes. Worst of all, it seems to dump the user out of the app completely after each episode finishes. So parents hoping to shower in peace for 20 mins have to intervene after each episode. It seems the the developers threw the baby out with the bath water this time.

HannahTL ,

Keeps adding new shows without parent consent

Feedback to the developers: I am very selective about what & how many different programs I expose my young child to - I’ve reduced it to about a dozen shows. I find it very frustrating that most times I go onto the app, a new show has been added, without any announcement to parents when the app is opened. Every time before I give my child the device, I have to go into the ‘filter content’ setting and scroll through the list of 150+ shows I’ve already removed and check no others have been added in. This shouldn’t have to be this way - I’m switched on enough to know that your one-off program filter isn’t an all-time filter but many parents wouldn’t know this. Its a pain to keep filtering specific shows and having them coming back up again when a special Christmas or Halloween etc episode is released. If the filtering process is being used, please request parent permission before adding new shows yourself.

App Privacy

The developer, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer's privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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