When we last left the Reading Rainbow Kickstarter campaign two days ago, it was well on its way to reaching its $1 million goal. As we all know, it hit that goal in about 11 hours, and it's now closing in on $3 million, with still more than a month to go.
A couple of updates to point out, however: In a Reddit AMA, LeVar Burton reiterated that Reading Rainbow is coming to Android. And he said as much again in a new video update for Kickstarter. "We need to be on Android," he said. And, yes. We're going to take his word for it.
According to this afternoon's update, more platforms — they're talking Android, game consoles and other set-top boxes — will be in the works once the campaign hits $5 million.
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