Category: Apps for children

Check out the AfterCam video capture app: Saves the Moment. And Your Phone Memory.

As a mum, I’m become somewhat of a self-styled (i.e. totally amateur) videographer, documenting – or attempting to – every possible momentous happening in my toddler’s thus far spectacular time on the planet. The result is approximately three years’ worth of footage of, mostly, nothing.  Absolute non-events. Because, 9 times outta ten, it takes FOREVER for your kid to […]

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New App Teaches Kids Music, the Fun Way

Right from their earliest moments in-utero, children are exposed to music – the deep bass thump of mum’s heart; the rhythmic cadence of her voice; the curious, ever-changing tympani of external sounds, filtered and made melodious through the ebb and flow of water. Once on the outside, your little one may not necessarily want to […]

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At Last! YouTube Kids App Released in the UK!

Big news for little digital natives — and their parents – the YouTube Kids app has finally been released here in the UK, which means less stress over finding appropriate content for young ones (and possibly even more Peppa Pig screen time than you thought imaginable). Previously unavailable outside of the US, the kid-safe app offers a […]

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Explore the REAL World with Elmer’s Photo Patchwork App

Tech time for youngs ones has a bad rep — and often with sound reason; but this particular app is refreshingly different from all the mind-numbing, zombifying screen-sop out there. Based on David McKee’s beloved children’s book about an elephant who goes on a jaunt through the jungle, meeting up with all its weird and wonderful denizens, […]

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Sparkly New Peppa Pig’s Golden Boots APP!

What do you get when you combine the hypnotic allure of interactive screen-time with a precocious, porcine, mini celeb? A sparkly app that’ll keep your tot mesmerised for at least the length of time it takes to lock yourself in the loo for a few blessed moments of respite — and then reflect upon that […]

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