Little Digits is an educational app that appeals to children of many ages. The idea behind the little digits iPad app is to associate counting on your fingers with what each number represents and what the number also looks like.
All kids love to count on their fingers. This app helps you take counting on your fingers a step further. The first thing you must do before starting to use the app is to shut of the multitasking gestures under “settings”. Once you do this, you are free to enjoy the whole app.Continue reading "Little Digits iPad App Review" »
Toca Boca is one of the leading app developers for kid’s games for the iPhone and iPad. They are known for their fun, creative games for kids that stimulate the imagination. And the Toca Hair Salon is no exception.
Use your fingers to select one of the tools and cut their hair with scissors, comb it with the comb, or trim the hair or beard with the electric razor. Use the magic potion, GRO, to grow their hair longer or back to keep the fun going.
Parents know that reading is one of the most important things you can do with your child. And one of the great perks of owning an iPad or iPhone is that they can store many books, including books you can share with your child. There are also many apps that are interactive books for you or your child to read. One interactive book app – which is also a 3D pop-up book – is Cinderella 3D Pop-Up Fairy Tale.Continue reading "Cinderella: 3D Pop-Up Fairy Tale Review and Giveaway" »
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! And an app that centers around ice cream is sure to make your child scream. And it’s free, which will make you scream with joy.Continue reading "Bamba Ice-Cream iPad App Review" »
There is no denying it, kids love apps. If they didn’t, everyone here at iKidApps wouldn’t have a job. But while your children are being entertained by your smart phone or tablet, I am certain you would prefer that they are actually learning something useful. And not just bird-throwing skills.Continue reading "Agnitus Learning Games for Preschool and Kindergarten Review" »
We live in a world where there’s plenty to worry about when it comes to our kids. Between the typical “stranger danger” lessons and keeping vital information on hand in case of emergency, it’s nice to know that there are iPhone apps for keeping kids safe. Check these 5 kids safety apps out to help keep kids safe in emergencies, online and in their neighborhood.
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As developers continue to submit information about their new apps to the iKidApps.com blog, we are continue to check them out and highlight a few of our favorites for our readers. In this round-up of the best new kids apps, we check out math and science apps for elementary-school-age children, routine builders for toddlers and spelling help for early learners. Check out the videos below and let us know which of these apps you think are the worthy of the title of best new kids apps!Continue reading "Best New Kids Apps" »
Do you, by any chance, remember when people bought iPods for listening to music? The sole purpose of this innovative Apple device was to download, transport and rock out to your favorite tunes. It was a simpler time. Now, we have iPhones, iPads, iPod Touch, iPod Nano, iPod Classic, iPod Shuffle…The list goes on, but one of the hallmark qualities of all of these devices is their ability to grant us access to that great equalizer: music. Whether you’re 3 or 93, there’s an app out there that can help bring music to life on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Get ready to rock.Continue reading "Best Music Apps for iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad" »
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While technology was long thought as unhealthy; with kids lounging in front of the TV or playing games on their phone all day, forward thinking parents know that there are a wealth of iPhone apps for keeping kids healthy. Need some activity ideas? There’s a kids app for that! Got a picky eater that needs some creative nutrition? There’s an app for that, too! Here are 5 of our favorite iPhone apps for keeping kids healthy.
Disney has taken the first step to meshing the days of playing with Matchbox cars on the floor with the technology of the iPad. AppMATes toys are Disney’s tech-savvy version of a Hot Wheels play set. (The MAT stands for “Mobile Application Toys”)
The physical toys, based on the characters from Cars, are equipped with a touch footprint on the bottom of the toy that the iPad senses when set on top of the tablet. At about the size of a typical toy Matchbox car, the toys will be priced at $20 for a set of two and sold through the Disney Store, both in-store and online. The app to play on, however, is free and available via iTunes.Continue reading "Disney Appmates Toys: A Cool Way to Play" »