01 October 2013

Experience Disney Junior "On The Go" with New Tablet-Friendly Portal

Earlier this week, Disney Interactive launched the new DisneyJunior.com bringing a world of games, activities videos to preschoolers and parents on the go with the new tablet and mobile friendly portal.

Feel free to check out the site, play one of your favorite Doc McStuffins or Jake and the Never Land Pirates games on your smartphone and try your hand at our new built-in xylophone tool which is perfect for iPad!

Disney Brings World of Disney Junior to Guests on the Go with New Mobile Friendly DisneyJunior.com Portal
This week, Disney Interactive launched the new DisneyJunior.com as the gateway for preschoolers and parents to access Disney Junior activities and games across all platforms and devices.  Designed first for tablets and smartphones, DisneyJunior.com provides a safe and elegant cross-platform experience that’s easy for preschoolers to navigate and built for parents to trust.  Using the new kid-friendly interface, children can discover the worlds of Disney Junior’s hit shows, Doc McStuffinsSofia the FirstJake and the Never Land Pirates and more through mobile and tablet-friendly games, activities and videos.  Kids can even tap out a tune with the new xylophone feature!

·         Play favorite games like Doc’s Clinic and Jake’s Never Land Rescuenow optimized for tablet and mobile devices
·         Design your own Never Land Pirates and Toy Doctors using the avatar creation tools
·         Create custom scenes inspired by favorite shows like Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Sofia the First in new Sticker Book activities

To check out the new site, visit DisneyJunior.com on any desktop, mobile or tablet device.  Remember to add the site to the home screen of your smartphone or tablet for easy kid access to Disney Junior on the go!

A big thanks to Disney Interactive for this PR. Great fun for everyone even on your smartphone or iPad.   Hope you enjoy this exciting news, be sure and check out their websites for more and have fun playing. 

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1 comment:

  1. Amazing how kids these days can manipulate these devices. Glad to see Disney get their sites updated for them. Our son is out of the Jr age, but we still enjoy some Never Land Pirates every once in awhile.