The Best Android Apps for Kids

July 3, 2011

    If you’ve got a kid in the back seat, the last thing you want to disturb you is a temper tantrum on your trip. Sometimes it’s best to be armed with the proper tools for keeping your child both entertained and educated with a few handy Android apps in your phone. Here’s a few you might want to look into.

    One thing to note though: your kid might enjoy these apps so much that you won’t be able to get your Android back!

     

    0-10 Numbers (free)

    Start your baby’s learning with some great number flash cards. They’re cute and the numbers even talk!

     

    Angry Birds (free)

    Bust some egg-stealing pigs with birds you fling around using a slingshot. This uses some physics in it so that should be a bit educational. But i’m sure your kid will bug you to buy it, whether you like it or not.

     

    AniWorld (free)

    Get your child acquainted with various animals with AniWorld. They can even pet them, feed them and watch them grow up.

    Doodle Jump ($0.99)

    Guide the Doodler up the levels using spring and rocket packs and more. Install at your own risk since, as the developer warns, it is insanely addictive.

     

    iStory Books (free)

    Let your phone tell the story using the free picture books with audio from this app. It updates automatically with new stories so you always have something new for your little one.

    Kid Mode: Play + Learn (free)

    Kid Mode offers a diverse set of activities for all ages: from storybooks to games to art doodles. This will surely keep your kid interested for hours and hours.

    Kids Piano Lite (free, $1.99 for full version)

    You get a xylophone, mini piano with colorful keys and more with this musical app. It also has auto play mode where it plays recorded notes.

     

    Kids Socks (free, €0.99 for plus version)

    This is a matching game made for preschoolers

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