While Kids Learning Tube was originally made for young children, they have begun creating videos for a wider audience. In fact, the videos range from children as young as 3-years-old all the way through high school ages.
A student from Stanford wrote their thesis on Kids Learning Tube because they used it to get A’s in their anatomy class.
Doctors and professors even use the videos as a teaching tool.
Now that Matt has created a mobile app, the sky is the limit from an expansion standpoint.
“The number one thing I’ve always wanted Kids Learning Tube to achieve is being the number one source for all kids and young adults to learn from. So I’m hoping it can be one of the most successful apps out there,” he explains.
Right now, the videos and music are the primary features used in the app. But Matt hopes to create some different games for learning on the app in the future as well.
“I would absolutely recommend BuildFire, and I actually have recommended BuildFire. It’s incredible. All the other app companies I looked at had little things here and there that just didn’t fit what I was looking to do, and they weren’t as versatile as BuildFire,” Matt says.
“It’s a 100% guaranteed success story if you build with BuildFire, in my eyes. That was my experience.”