Keep your kids amused while you can with unofficial cartoon streaming app


We don’t expect Cartoon HD to last on the App Store for long, but at the moment you can grab this free iOS app that says it offers streaming access to 2000 cartoons.

– Larva Movie – Multi chapter
– Mr Bean Cartoon
– Pixar sort film (updating)
– Donald Duck
– Nu, pogodi! You Just Wait!
– Tom & Jerry
– Scooby Doo
– The Smurfs
– Pink Panther
– Mother Goose Club
– Yo Gabba Gabba!
– Merrie Melodies
– Looney Tunes
– The Simpson (updating)
– Johnny Test (updating)
– Chowder (updating)
– Ben 10 (updating)
– Ed, Edd & Eddy (updating)
– Naruto (updating)
– Superpuff girls X (updating)
– Doraemon (updating)

There’s also a paid ‘Pro’ version which claims to allow downloading, but from the reviews it sounds like you shouldn’t waste your money.

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  1. Stuart Nolan - 9 years ago

    Looks like it has now been removed.

  2. Still there and have a lot of movies also


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