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Manage Amazon FreeTime Profiles and Content

You can create and manage personalized Amazon FreeTime profiles and content on compatible Amazon devices or through the Parent Dashboard.

Video: Manage Amazon FreeTime Unlimited

Add or Remove Profiles

To use Amazon FreeTime features, first add a child profile to your Amazon Household in your account (Manage Your Household). After you set up a child profile, you can remove or edit them as needed.

Manage Content in Profiles

When Amazon FreeTime is enabled, kids only have access to content you provide them. You or another adult in your Amazon Household can manage content and features that are available on compatible Amazon devices using Amazon FreeTime. To manage content and monitor recent activity, use the Parent Dashboard (

The titles shown in FreeTime Unlimited are determined by the birth date set in the child profile. This setting ensures children will only see content that has been approved as appropriate for their age. If you wish to update the range of content available in the child profile, you can visit the Parent Dashboard ( to alter the age range settings. In the child profile settings within the "Adjust Age Filter" section, you can adjust the minimum and maximum age to designate the range of content your child will see.

After setting the age range, there are a number of ways to find titles. If browsing through rows, please be sure to click on "See All" to see all available options. Searching for the title is another option. Please try a few alternatives if you're not sure of the exact title. There are some titles that are not included as part of the subscription, but we are happy to take any feedback and suggestions you have.

Important: The following items cannot be added to a profile:
  • Personal documents
  • Music
  • Prime Video rentals
  • Videos Included with Prime
You can add public library books, books borrowed from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, or from Kindle Unlimited to your child's profile. Borrowed books are removed when the lending period expires, or when the book is returned.

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