CBC and TELUS Launch ‘The Moblees’ Second Screen iPad App for Kids


If your children enjoy watching The Moblees on CBC, the public broadcaster has launched a companion second-screen iPad app, to make following the show more interactive, with a goal to get your kids moving.

The moblees

The app automatically syncs with each episode and allows your child to record their own “Appisode” where they can earn a Moblee Medal. The app listens to the episode and usually takes about 10 seconds to detect it. Pop your kids into the iPad camera frame and then they can start recording their own movement to watch later.

* Characters featured from The Moblees TV series
* Colourful and playful 3-D world of Terra Mova
* Audio syncing technology
* Collect 30 unique Moblees Medals
* Parental lock settings
* No in-app purchases
* Optimized for iPad 3 or later

Seth Goldstein, Tour Producer, The Moblees, said in a statement “We are passionate about inspiring kids and their families to lead healthy, active lives.” The curriculum for The Moblees has been advised by a leading team of experts ranging from the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Medicine to Yale University, School of Medicine.

The app was made by digital studio Smokebomb Entertainment and the app itself is funded by Kids’ CBC and The TELUS Fund.

Click here to download The Moblees for iPad in the App Store.


  • Matt

    Hell I’d use this and I’m 23…

    All of thpse godforsaken a and w sirarcha burgers I’ve had so far is taking a toll on my waistline LOL gotta get moving

  • hahahah you can’t battle ‘free’ burgers! 🙂

  • Matt

    Maybe it’ll be healthier if I throw it back to the yoga mat infused subway bread 😉

    The yoga is inside me, it must be healthy right? Lol

  • The only thing better than Subway, is smelling like Subway after eating it. Yay!

  • Matt

    I may be the odd one out here but I like it better then Quiznos!!! More customization options, their bread is still better now with their present form of making them and not like the past, fresher tasting vegetables and with me being a vegetarian, I just find myself justifying subway more because of these reasons and the price itself dictates that too