myChuChu Puzzle by ChuChuTV Studios is a no-cost iPad and iPad mini app in which kids create puzzles that feature friendly characters and familiar shapes from different nursery rhymes. The app also helps kids build their cognitive skills, visual spatial skills, tactile skills, fine motor skills, pronunciation skills, shape recognition abilities, and vocabulary.
Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) April 20, 2015
Just over a month after launching myChuChu Coloring Book, the first companion app to their top ranked YouTube Channel ChuChu TV (over 1 million subscribers and over 1 billion views), ChuChuTV Studios has released a delightful new follow-up app that is sure to delight youngsters and parents alike: myChuChu Puzzle.
myChuChu Puzzle is a no-cost iPad and iPad mini app in which kids slide and snap puzzle pieces into their proper places, in order to create vividly colorful puzzles that feature friendly characters and familiar shapes from three different nursery rhymes. In total, there are 15 charming levels, and more than 50 unique objects and characters for kids to identify.
However, what makes myChuChu Puzzle truly stand out is that it’s not merely entertaining: it’s also educational. To that end, while they’re having fun, kids are building and practicing their cognitive skills, visual spatial skills, tactile skills, and fine motor skills. In addition, the app’s built-in voiceover teaches kids shape recognition, builds vocabulary, and develops pronunciation ability.
“The myChuChu concept has always been to create super fun and interactive experiences for kids that are entertaining, but that also deliver valuable educational lessons and processes that help young minds develop and grow,” commented Vinoth Chandar of ChuChuTV Studios “ChuChutv Puzzle is a perfect example of our vision, and the feedback we’ve received so far from parents has been unanimously positive. Their kids love the app and can’t get enough!”
For all other information including media inquiries, contact Vinoth Chandar on behalf of ChuChu TV or ChuChuTV Studios at +91 98404 82222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About ChuChuTV Studios
The ChuChu TV YouTube Channel is the property of ChuChu TV Studios, a media firm based in Chennai, India. The channel’s mission is to connect with children throughout the world with colorful, upbeat songs, each one featuring a memorable cast of ChuChu characters.
myChuChu Coloring Book from Buddies Infotech Pvt Ltd. lets children illustrate page after page of their favorite ChuChu TV characters and scenes on an Android tablet oriPad, while they learn the basics of coloring, build their concentration, and develop their creative thinking skills. The app is a companion to ChuChu TV, which is among the most popular YouTube channels in the world with over 850 million views.
Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) February 20, 2015
Buddies Infotech Pvt Ltd., the creators of the immensely popular YouTube channel ChuChu TV that has garnered more than 850 million views and 875,000 subscriptions worldwide, announced today the launch of the channel’s first companion app: myChuChu Coloring Book – ChuChu TV Coloring Pages For Kids.
Available at no-cost from the App Store and Google Play, myChuChu Coloring Book lets children illustrate page after page of their favorite ChuChu TV characters and scenes on an Android tablet or iPad, while they learn the basics of coloring, build their concentration, and develop their creative thinking skills. Other kid-friendly features include:
A delightful “Candy Rain” animation sequence that activates when a level is completed, which gives children a sense of accomplishment and keeps them engaged.
A fun “free draw” mode that lets children choose from five brush sizes and draw anything they wish, which helps foster their creativity and coordination.
The option for parents to share their children’s drawings via popular social network platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp.
And when they aren’t in the mood to draw or color, children can use the app to access content from the myChuChu YouTube channel, which offers a massive library of cute, engaging and educational videos featuring classic nursery rhymes (Baa Baa Black Sheep, Rain Rain Go Away, Head Shoulders Knees and Toes, and so on), educational material (counting, alphabet, shapes, colors, and so on), and other 100% ageappropriate, parent-approved content. ChuChu TV is ranked as:
the 29th most popular YouTube channel in the world by TubeFilter.com
the top 1% YouTube Channels by the US Google Preferred Lineup – Parenting & Family
the 2nd most popular educational YouTube channel in the world by Socialblade.com
“Our mission with ChuChu TV is to engage children through a series of upbeat and inspiring educational songs, along with colorful and delightful animations,” commented Vinoth Chandar of Buddies Infotech Pvt Ltd. “And now, we’re pleased to extend the excitement, fun, learning and joy of Chu Chu TV into the app world with our first ever release, myChuChu Coloring Book. It’s a great way for children to learn and have fun, and it’s perfect for parents who want to keep their kids engaged and interested – either on their own, or during quality bonding time.”
myChuChu Coloring Book – ChuChu TV Coloring Pages For Kids is available now at nocost for iPad from the App Store at LINK, and for Android tablets from Google Play at LINK. An iPhone version is currently in development and will be released in the near future.
For all other information including media inquiries, contact Vinoth Chandar on behalf of ChuChu TV or Buddies Infotech Pvt Ltd.at +91 98404 82222 or email@example.com
About Buddies Infotech Pvt Ltd.
Buddies Infotech is a privately held company with over a decade of experience leveraging its talent in software engineering and creative expertise, to deliver products and technology solutions that target customer goals.
ChuChu TV is one of the world’s most popular Channels on YouTube platform which is based on the Child category. It is the most famous Video site for Young children in the world. It is the best kid entertainment channel on the web. This channel used to offer various collections of animated rhymes for the nursery kids in an attractive and colorful animated picture in the video.
The Channel had received the Gold play button honor from the YouTube. The channel was notified with more than one billion viewers per month and surprised everyone on YouTube platform.
An app was also released with name “My ChuChu coloring book” which is the first app that ranks top on YouTube with over one million subscribers and one billion views on Chuchu TV studios on YouTube platform.
Even the myChuchu puzzles will not take expenses from the user and offer free of cost on the iPad and iPad Mini application which is especially designed for the kids. the app covered the puzzles which are designed attractively and colorfully. There is also featured with the various shapes and characters with 15 interesting levels and various unique objects for the kids to identify.
The puzzles are not only entertainment for kids but also they are educational and improved their skills and memory power from the childhood stage. They can practice the various visual spatial skills and recognition skills ns builds good vocabulary from the kid level. They also can achieve good pronunciation.
Welcome to YouTube Millionaires, where we profile channels that have recently crossed the one million subscriber mark. There are channels crossing this threshold every week, and each has a story to tell about YouTube success. Read previous installments of YouTube Millionaires here.
ChuChu TV is at the center of several recent trends on YouTube. It is one of several channels on the world’s most popular video site catering to young children, whose parents have increasingly looked online for kid-friendly entertainment. ChuChu TV, which offers a collection of colorfully-animated nursery rhyme videos, gives those parents exactly what they are looking for.
ChuChu has also benefited from YouTube’s international expansion, as Creative Director Vinoth Chandar and his team are based in India. We spoke to Chandar about the origin of his channel, its current state, and his goals for the future.
Ed. note: This interview has been edited for clarity.
Tubefilter: How does it feel to have one million subscribers? What do you have to say to your fans?
ChuChu: It gives us great happiness to have achieved this milestone and received the Gold Play Button from YouTube. Not only does this milestone make us happy, but the fact that our content is now being watched for more than one billion minutes per month excites us and motivates us even more. Thanks to YouTube for providing such a great platform for creators.
Our channel’s age group is 0-5 so we would like to send our sincere thanks to all the parents who have trusted our content and have been playing our videos to their kids. A special thanks to our cute little fans because if they didn’t watch us, we wouldn’t be here.
TF: Why do you think you hit so many subscribers with just 50 videos on your channel?
CC: We concentrate on quality rather than quantity. We work hard on each and every aspect while creating a video which includes concept creation, lyrics, music, graphics, animation and then the final edit. We just don’t compromise and the results are showing. Myself and my partner Krishnan take care of this channel full time while being supported by our other partners and close friends.
Also, right from the start, I’ve had the luxury of having a greatly talented and a hardworking art/animation team. I’ve never heard a “no” from my team members however complex our ideas were. They just deliver what we need with high quality.
TF: Where did your channel’s name come from?
CC: ChuChu is my daughter Harshitha’s nickname. Most of our family members still call her by that name only. She is 4 years old now.
TF: Why did your team decide to work on children’s programming, and what led you to launch a YouTube channel?
CC: It is definitely my life’s most successful coincidence. I’ve been an ardent user of YouTube since 2006. In 2013, my daughter was 2 years old and we used to show her these kids videos from YouTube. She was totally addicted to those videos at that time…I’ve always wanted to model my daughter in 2d art, and I tried making a character that looked like her. I loved the way it came out. My daughter was really chubby, and she loved the “Chubby Cheeks” nursery rhyme, which is highly popular in the place we live.
Since the character came out well, I wanted to animate it and show it to her, and I decided to do the “Chubby Cheeks” rhyme she liked the most. Then we did the song for that rhyme. After the final edit, I was really happy the way the video came out. I felt it was definitely better than the videos done for that particular rhyme in YouTube, so I decided to upload it to YouTube and see the response. To my surprise that video got around 300,000 views in a few weeks. That is when I felt something was in store for us on YouTube.
I discussed with my partners and got their approval to do the second video, which was the ever-popular “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.” That’s it! We got 5000 subscribers with just 2 videos and we are here now.
TF: What do you think about the recent surge in children’s online video content? What’s your favorite and least favorite aspects?
CC: I am really happy to see the recent surge in children’s online video content for a couple of reasons. At present, we are greatly positioned for the future as a kids content creator. Secondly, with the growth of mobile devices and great platforms like YouTube, kids now have access to high quality content which not only entertains them but also educates them to the highest level.
On the negative side, as a parent, I also feel that kids are being highly exposed to devices, which has considerably reduced their physical fitness. Secondly, I still see lots of unsafe content on the Internet and kids have direct access to it. I am very happy the companies like Google and Apple are taking extreme steps to handle this issue. YouTube took a major step last month by releasing the YouTube Kids app and Apple has lots of kid-friendly apps which are approved and sent to the App Store only after a strict review. I am sure these tech giants will solve these issues very soon.
TF: What does the creative process look like for your team?
CC: It is an exciting creative environment because we all love kids and most of us in our team are all young parents, including myself. We first discuss and decide on what video to do for the little ones. Then we work on the concept, then the lyrics and the music. Art and animation work follows.
TF: What has been the most difficult part of running your channel?
CC: Maintaining the quality and as well as monitoring comments from trolls. They just don’t understand that our content is for toddlers and some comments are very hateful. YouTube now has greatly improved its commenting system which helps us moderate our channel comments in a better way.
TF: How does the future of children’s animation for online video look? Where do you see it heading?
CC: I was at the Kidscreen summit this year attending sessions and meeting people. I would surely say this is just the start.
TF: What’s next for your channel? Any fun plans?
CC: We have planned to launch a couple of new channels this year with a different style of content. And yes, they will be funny and loved by our cute little fans!
On Deck (channels that will soon reach one million subscribers)
CHENNAI, India, March 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Few YouTube channels can claim the level of devotion earned by ChuChu TV, home to animated performances of well-known nursery rhymes and other kids’ songs; with more than a million subscribers and counting, the channel is easily among the most popular for children’s entertainment.
ChuChu TV’s first video became available in July 2013. Since then, the channel’s growth has been extraordinary. YouTube analytics service Social Blade lists ChuChu TV as one of the highest-rated channels in its category, according to its proprietary metrics. Growth projections show the channel building on its strong momentum. At its current pace, the channel could have 3 million subscribers and 3 billion video views before the end of this year.
“We hope these videos will bring families as much joy as we had in creating them,” remarked Creative Director Vinoth Chandar. “Our focus has always been quality over quantity. We are thrilled to have reached these incredible milestones with only 50 videos. Our motto is ‘Spreading Goodness Among Children,’ and we hope to continue on that path for many years to come.”
Positive messages are at the heart of ChuChu TV’s entertaining songs and animations. Beloved nursery rhymes like “Chubby Cheeks” and “Baa Baa Black Sheep” promote the value of sharing and helping others, while “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes” highlights the importance of exercise in a way that young children will understand.
In addition to classic nursery rhymes, ChuChu TV also produces original songs that have become hugely popular, including a series to teach children about life in the world’s ocean. “Blue Whale Song” has tallied over 3 million views in the month since it was uploaded. “Leafy Sea Dragon” has almost 1.5 million views. ChuChu TV plans to continue producing original, educational content for its loyal audience.
Originally launched in February 2013, ChuChu TV began as a side project at a successful web and mobile app development firm, but quickly evolved into one of the firm’s most important divisions. The channel’s very first upload generated 300,000 views in only 30 days. With the addition of its second video, ChuChu TV attracted 5,000 subscribers eager for more positive, kids-oriented and engaging content.
ChuChu TV has ambitious plans to build on its success, including the launch of more YouTube channels for children. Likewise, the team figures to leverage its app development expertise to create fun, dynamic mobile apps for kids. Beginning as soon as July 2015, ChuChu TV DVDs, plush toys and other merchandise will be available for purchase online.
About ChuChu TV
The ChuChu TV YouTube Channel is the property of an Internet technology firm based in Chennai, India. The channel’s mission is to connect with children throughout the world with colorful, upbeat songs, each one featuring a memorable cast of ChuChu characters.
Finally, a nursery rhyme has been revised to keep up with the times. Jack and Jill, that famous nursery rhyme about a boy who broke his crown, has been seemingly upgraded and we think the latest version sounds much better than the one we’ve been teaching kids since forever.
The original goes:
Jack and Jill
Went up the hill
To fetch a pail of water,
Jack fell down
And broke his crown
And Jill came tumbling after.
So basically, we’ve been telling toddlers all over the world, about two children who walk up a hill to fetch water only to fall and roll down with a broken crown and an empty bucket. Ummm… Tumbled and went home to nurse a broken crown? That’s it? Not exactly a happy thing to teach a child now, is it?
This reworked Jack and Jill however tells us how the kids had a strong will even after they fell down and got right back up, determined not to tumble again. And not only did they not fall down this time, they also successfully brought back a full pail of water. A happy, positive ending.
Lesson well taught and hopefully shall be learned as well. Watch the new and improved Jack and Jill here: