When I was a kid I had this Fisher-Price turntable. My niece has a childproof CD-player. There are some limited child-proof MP3 players on the market, but there is no kid-friendly streaming player. My kids (5 and 3 year old) always listen to songs on Spotify but need their parents (me) to DJ for them.
My kids (and I! :-)) would really appreciate a kid-friendly interface.
Basic idea: a parent creates a playlist from their library and get the option to play it in 'Spotify jr. mode'. Then the parent hands over the tablet to the kids so they can: A. browse the visual playlist, B. pick a song from that playlist, C. skip a song, return to the previous song or browse for a next song. There's a double click system (click once to pick, a second time to play) so they can monkey around browsing without starting (and skipping) a song by mistake. The interface should have big buttons so the motoric skills needed are limited.
I made a (real quick) sketch below. I did forget to add a pauze button. This could be an extra for family-memberships, I'll be happy to upgrade :-).Steps A and B
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