Tuesday, October 28, 2014

PBS for iPad app offers wide range of informative, quality videos for FREE

We have featured many apps from PBS Kids, but seldom touch on good, old fashioned PBS. The PBS for iPad app offers full-length videos as well as short clips of the programming available on the PBS channel. Though some of the programs may not appeal to the young children, there is still plenty for everyone in this well rounded app. From cooking with Julia Child to Crafts for Kids, as well as Nova, the range of quality content is impressive. Kids and parents can discover the world, explore the universe and travel through history with the FREE PBS for iPad app.

If you would like to download PBS for iPad (FREE, iPad only), please show your support by using our link:

Similar version also available for iPhone (FREE):

Links to social media, other apps by PBS as well as a website accepting donations to PBS. Certain videos are available for purchase on DVD.

***Please note, this app is rated 12+ for Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence. Parental guidance is suggested for younger viewers.

From iTunes

Watch the most popular programs from PBS, including Nature, NOVA, and Masterpiece. "PBS for iPad" features thousands of full-length videos from your favorite PBS programs and local stations; new videos are added daily.


Explore a rich and varied selection of hundreds of videos from both new programs and from the PBS archives. Find these top programs and more: 

* PBS primetime programs: Antiques Roadshow, Frontline, History Detectives, Masterpiece, Nature, Need to Know, Nova, Secrets of the Dead, and more.
* PBS NewsHour segments.
* Austin City Limits song performances.
* Special clips and full-length episodes from the PBS special CIRCUS.
* Original online series, including Nova ScienceNOW’s “Secret Life of Scientists” and “FutureStates” from INDEPENDENT LENS.


* Quick access to TV times and channels for your favorite PBS programs.
* See what’s on your local PBS station and what’s coming soon.
* Learn more about PBS programs and specific episodes.
* Bookmark favorite programs and episodes for easy retrieval.
* Purchase episodes and seasons that you’d like to own.


Find PBS KIDS apps at http://pbskids.org/apps/


Rachel H learned to cook from watching Frugal Gourmet and Yan Can Cook as a child.

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