Hopster, a digital playroom for preschoolers, is launching in Australia and New Zealand. As of today, two to six year olds in both countries can roam free in the world of Hopster.
With its unique mix of high quality kids shows and fun educational games in an easy-to-use, ad-free interface, Hopster removes the trade-off between peace and peace of mind when it comes to "screen time".
Nick Walters, Hopster’s founder and CEO, said, “We’re thrilled to launch Hopster in Australia and New Zealand, as our first two non-European countries no less. It’s the same Hopster that over 300,000 families in the UK already love, but with a brand new line-up of hand-picked shows especially for our little viewers on the other side of the globe. I’m convinced Australian and New Zealand families will love Hopster just as much as our existing users do, and can’t wait to hear their feedback!”
On Hopster, kids can engage with the very best content independently in a world that’s built just for them. Inhabited by a magical set of creatures, the magical Hopster tree lets kids discover over 500 episodes of fun family favourites such as Max & Ruby, Poppy Cat, Toby’s Travelling Circus, and 64 Zoo Lane.1
Kids can also explore Hopster’s suite of interactive learning games. Built on multiple international curricula, the games add depth to the video experience and ensure that using Hopster isn’t just fun, but also educational and stimulating.2
Hopster is available to download for free from iTunes and comes with a free taster selection of its hit shows and games to make both kids and parents happy. To unlock all of Hopster, parents can trial a Club Hopster subscription for seven days with no obligation to purchase. After the trial, Club Hopster is $6.49 a month, and can be cancelled at any time.
Since launching in December 2013, Hopster has quickly become one of the UK’s favourite kids TV and learning apps, with over 300,000 families having downloaded its chart-topping iOS app to date across the UK and Ireland. It was also one of Apple’s Best Apps of 2014.