Circle And Disney Introduce “Circle With Disney”, Managing Family Internet Time

Posted: Nov 5 2015, 7:59am CST | by , in News | Technology News


Circle with Disney
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Circle Media has partnered with Disney to launch “Circle with Disney,” a product that enables parents to watch and limit what their children watch online across all devices in the home, and to set a time for them to go to bed among other things – while allowing them within the set time to watch entertainment from Disney.

According to both companies, the new product “reimagines how families use the internet.” The Circle with Disney is a tool that is powered by an iOS app; it empowers parents to monitor their children’s activities online, limit use of devices in the home, allows internet content to be filtered, and even pause the internet. It operates added devices such as smartphones, tablets, computers, and gaming consoles among others.

Pairing with Wi-Fi in the home, Circle with Disney can be customized to reflect the preferences of the user and age of their kids.

That is not all, because children and families can also enjoy quality Disney entertainment time via Circle Media’s licensing partnership with Disney. A curated selection of Disney content such as blogs, gifs, videos, music, emojis, games, characters, and others could be accessed through the MyCircle experience.

“Increasingly, kids are interacting with Disney stories and characters across mobile and online devices, and Circle with Disney gives parents the tools to manage those experiences,” said Kyle Laughlin, SVP, Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media Labs. “As the leading producer of kids content, Disney is committed to helping parents find the digital lifestyle that works for their home, and Circle with Disney makes that possible.”

Some of the key features of Circle with Disney will include but not limited to time limits, filter, insights, pause the internet, bedtime, guest device, every device, and block ads among others.

The Circle with Disney tool will be available for $199 from, and the Circle app can be downloaded free of charge from Apple App Store.

“Our mission with Circle is to redefine how families connect with the Internet, and ultimately with each other,”said Jelani Memory, founder of Circle Media Inc.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/52" rel="author">Charles I. Omedo</a>
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