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Cartoon Network Launches New App For Kids

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Cartoon Network has launched CN 2.0, a new version of the  Cartoon Network app for iOS that lets kids watch television and play games simultaneously. The new app is available as a free download from the App store.

The new app includes features and content from the original video app, plus games and collectibles. The user interface allows fans to watch videos and play games simultaneously, or swap seamlessly between the two just by rotating the device.

Along with the network’s shows on the go, including Adventure Time, Ben 10 and Regular Show, Cartoon Network 2.0 will include games available only on the app, such as Adventure Time’s Adventure Masters and Ben 10’s Null Void: Escape Velocity. Games and video are further integrated in the DNA Lab, a feature that lets users build virtual collector cards from resources they earn by watching episodes and playing games in the app.

Cartoon Network Digital oversees the management and production of content for the channel’s official site, CartoonNetwork.com.

[Image Courtesy: Cartoon Network]

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