by Brent Dirks
April 8, 2014
Sunny days are here for streaming video fans. From Sesame Workshop, the new Sesame GO video on demand service gives kids, and their parents, access to full-length episodes of “Sesame Street” and “Pinky Dinky Doo.” Just for fans in the United States, a subscription will set you back $3.99 per month or $29.99 per year. But instead of a dedicated app, the advertising-free service can be reached through a Web browser on Mac, PC, or iOS device. The video browser itself was designed for children with easy-to-control buttons along with bright colors. Kids can watch either a 60-minute or shortened 30-minute version of each program. Along with the most recent episodes of the iconic program, viewers can watch hundreds of shows from prior seasons and classic episodes. “Pinky Dinky Doo” is an animated show for children ages 4-6 that uses storytelling and games to guide the characters through lessons in vocabulary and problem solving. For more information, or to start a free two-week trial, you can visit Sesame GO’s site here. For other recent news, see: Apple Rumored To Develop Baseband iPhone Chips In-House, AppAdvice International: Germany, China, Turkey And The Nest Thermostat, and Apple’s Newest ‘Your Verse’ Story Shows How The iPad Helps A Bollywood Choreographer.