Netflix is launching a TikTok-like feature for kids titled “Kids Clips” to help them discover programming on their platform, according to a report in Bloomberg. The new segment is in a testing phase and builds on a feature called “Fast Laughs” launched earlier this year that showcases comedy clips, the report added. The “Kids Clips” feature will launch on Netflix’s iOS app; it will play short videos from the company’s existing catalogue of children’s programming. Netflix plans to add new clips daily based on its current and future offerings, Bloomberg reported. Netflix has been busy of late trying to drive up its user retention and the average time a user spends on its platform. What will this feature look like? The videos in this feature will play horizontally as opposed to vertically as is the case with TikTok and Netflix’s own Fast Laughs. The clips will take over the entire screen and children will only be able to watch 10 to 20 clips at a time, Bloomberg reported. The clips will autoplay but parents can disable this in their settings, TechCrunch wrote in its report. However, the Kids Clips feature will mirror the kid’s profile maturity settings, Netflix told TechCrunch. The feature will be live in the US and Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America, as well as markets such as Canada, Australia, the UK, and Ireland, the business news website revealed. It is not clear if the feature will be available in India. Netflix bets on gaming The streaming giant…
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