You’ve probably seen the Talking Tom app if you have kids. My Talking Angela builds on that, in a way that is geared to young girls.
Ustyme is a video call app that lets families read over 200 books and play games – even when they’re in different parts of the country.
Want to see your kid’s face light up? The Elmo Calls app lets them get video and audio calls from their favorite Muppet.
Sometimes measurements can be tough for kids to grasp. Curious Ruler helps put things in context with side-by-side comparisons.
While Star Wars: The Phantom Menace is hardly a new film, it never had a decent storybook app. Disney does a good job of rectifying that with this.
Card Wars started as nothing but a fictional game in the show Adventure Time on the Cartoon Network. Now it’s a real thing.
Musician Dan Zanes is expanding into the app world with Wonder Wheel, letting kids play along with the band with virtually any instrument you can imagine.
Blend the best of Disney’s story catalog with interactive elements and you’ve got an app that’s guaranteed to keep kids happy.
Barefoot Me Books offers up to five picture books for kids – each narrated by a well-known voice, like Debra Messing or Hugh Bonneville.
The Winston Show is an app that’s all about interaction. Made with kids in mind, it has one of the more sophisticated artificial intelligences around.
If you have kids, you know Mo Willems. The author has several hit series of kids books…and now another app.
Good ol’ Charlie Brown doesn’t have a lot of luck on the ball field. But kids can lend a hand in this delightful app that focuses on interactive elements, a fun story and plenty of humor.
Play-Doh Create ABCs is a decent early education app that helps kids learn to draw letters and put them in context with words.
Sun might technically be a science app for children, but even adults could end up learning a few new things about our nearest star.
Do you have a kid who uses your phone to play games? The FTC has information you need to know.