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Azoomee Makes Screen Time Beneficial for Kids Through its Online Learning Platform

The explosion in popularity of smartphones and tablets has accelerated innovation in many sectors. From social sites to education, the new mobile tools’ impact can widely felt. It hasn’t all been positive, however. Many worry that the increasing amount of time spent in front of screens can have negative health impacts, while others point to the effects on younger generations. Azoomee is here to help with the latter.

Founded in 2014, the startup has a mission of making screen time positive for kids ages 5-10. They do this mainly through their online learning platform, which hosts educational content covering areas such as math, tech, nature, and creativity. Check out the video above to hear more about Azoomee from co-founder and COO, Estelle Lloyd.

Mikey Tom

Mikey Tom

Mikey works on the AWS Startup Marketing team to help highlight awesome founders leveraging the AWS ecosystem in interesting ways. Prior to his time at AWS, Mikey led the venture capital news coverage at PitchBook, researching and writing about industry trends and events.