President’s Day is approaching and if you are traveling with the family, you might need something to keep them entertained. Here are 6 free apps for everyone to enjoy. Gas Buddy, GetBeen, and TuneIn are useful.
Here’s am interesting concept. Project stories on the wall and ceiling using a gadget called Moonlite.
You just attach Moonlite to your smartphone, pop in a story reel and full HD story images and in-app sound effects make the magic happen.
ntroducing a new app…create your stories with the Peanuts gang! Charlie Brown, Linus, Snoopy and the rest of the gang can liven up your smartphone with a fun GIF .
There’s a new math app for children grades K-4!
SkyMath is designed to boost math confidence and skill level and is available in the app store for all iPad devices.
I think most parents are interested in ways to motivate their children in helping around the house. My Job Chart app founder and CEO Gregg Murset has created a list of easy to follow tips to do just that!
DADA Company is celebrating Children’s Day in Spain. They are a multi-award winning independent publisher specializing in interactive stories and digital toys for kids. The company, which is based in Madrid, is commemorating the event by introducing their worldwide April iOS promotion. Get a discount off their best iOS apps 50% off until May 4th. […]
Share on Twitter I love apps! They keep my kids busy at places like home, in the car and the doctor’s office. I’m always searching for new games and stories to download on the iPad. Here are the latest ones recently pitched to me from creative companies. 1. Memoir – Want to share photos without […]
The app reviewed today is called Flutterby Butterflies and is the first one created by FeeFiFoFun. Flutterby Butterflies is an interactive multi-level matching game teaching Colors, ABCs and first rhyming and site words; designed to prepare toddlers to learn to read. For preschool learners ages 18 months to 6 years. The app features original artwork by legendary […]
Ever since we got an iPad – the kids have been wanting to use it to read e-books and play games. That’s great since I get to find out about cool new apps. One out now is The Story Of Little Red Riding Hood. My 3-year-old daughter had never heard of the story so it […]
For years I’ve referred to WebMD.com to look up health topics. I always found the site to be user-friendly. Now they’ve expanded to create the WebMD Baby app. It’s free for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Parents of infants and toddlers can access pediatrician-approved baby health and wellness information anywhere, anytime. WebMD Baby content was […]
Here’s a cute little app that just came out – The Snow Ball, based on the board book. The preschool book app is for the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab devices and features polar bears enjoying their own snow day. There is some interactive animation (bears sledding, snowflakes falling) and […]
Koto Go Silence is an animated storybook created by a crew of independent artists. It features Koto, a dog that hears things that go bump in the night, and decides to do something about it. The app can be navigated and children can tap on the sentences to hear the words being read aloud. Available […]
I’ve been looking (and using) shopping comparison sites for over a year now. Another good one is PriceBlink. They are a family-run company and was created to save time and money. They just released the PriceBlink add-on. The PriceBlink add-on is like a portable comparison shopping tool, notifying you if the product you are browsing […]
I recently reviewed Nosy Crow’s Cinderella, and adored it! Now they have a new app for toddlers called Bizzy Bear On The Farm. The app is for kids ages 2 to 4 and is universal for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. It costs $3.99 (£2.49 in the UK). In the app, kids can help Bizzy Bear do […]
It must be cool for children’s book authors to get their stories to become iPhone and iPad apps. Ed Emberly’s Go Away, Big Green Monster! by Night & Day Studios is an example of one. With this interactive app, you can read along with a friend, read along with Ed, sing along and read yourself. […]