As digital natives, children are now many who can not be separated from the gadget. They are accustomed to accessing YouTube to watch videos, play games and more from smartphones. For that, parents have a big hand to lead to a positive thing. Especially in the holy month of Ramadan, the perfect time to teach children to learn religion. One of the tools that can be used and familiar with the world of modern children is to install the application of religious learning, one such as AaBaTa Kids application.
AaBaTa Kids app offers animated videos for children that enrich Islamic knowledge and insight from light things. This application was developed by Whale Studio startup driven by a number of young people, namely Bramanti Gumilar, Arief Gozali, Irfandi Prasetya, Arif Yaenudin and Haryadi.
According to the Whale Studio, AaBata Kids is a video portal that collaborates with several animation studios for children who are engaged in the world of Fun Islamic Learning.
The content available in it is like an exemplary story that can increase faith and piety, the stories of the Prophet, a collection of prayer groups to the Islamic Learning from Hijaiyah Learning to Arabic. All are packed in the form of animations are funny and inspiring as a friend in spare time and can be a thing that can be done when waiting for fasting time in the month of fasting.
The AaBaTa Kids app launched to coincide with the month of Ramadan expected in this blessing month, can be a real preliminary step to bring all Muslims especially children in order to maintain the quality of worship, virtue and positive activity after Ramadan.
Aplikasi ini bisa diunduh secara gratis untuk smartphone Android di Google Play Store. Menurut pendapat kami, desain antarmuka aplikasi ini cukup bagus, bersih, dan sederhana dengan tampilan yang atraktif agar lebih disukai anak kecil. Tak hanya tampilan, fitur-fitur di aplikasi AaBaTa Kids pun masih sangat sederhana.
This app can be downloaded for free for Android smartphones in the Google Play Store. In our opinion, the interface design of this application is pretty good, clean, and simple with an attractive appearance to be preferred to small children. Not only the look, the features in the AaBaTa Kids app is still very simple.
There is only three main menu that is Category, Popular, and Favourites. The category is a classification of videos based on certain categories to make it easier for users to search for content as needed. Then Popular to see the most viewed videos and the last Favorite where users can mark the preferred videos.
All video content turns out to be from YouTube. So without this application, actually you can access it. But of course, this AaBaTa Kids app makes it easy to find religious learning videos for kids as it has been curated by developers.
In the near future, AaBaTa Kids said it will develop some features such as offline mode, video suggestion, subscription, comment rating, and uploaded video users to provide the opportunity for Islamic content animators to publish their work on AaBaTa Kids.
And to enrich the content, the developer also states every day there will always be at least 5 interesting videos and selected in the upload so that children can enjoy adding insight. Of course, such initiatives deserve appreciation. The direction of development is still wide open. It could not just focus on video, but penetrate into Islamic games, learn Arabic interactively, Al-Quran digital, and so on.