It's interesting to see how they limit the time a child can be using the device for, sliders to set the maximum time the device can be used, and between which hours of the day. You can set different usage times for weekdays and weekends which seems intuitive, and also set a time for the device to turn itself off. I wonder if the child has access to the play store to download other age appropriate applications, or do they need parent approval first? Also, how this works alongside Androids native user profiles.
Ustwo discusses app and UX design of the Tesco Hudl 'tablet for everyone'
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