iPhone and iPad apps tagged "kid-friendly."
Enjoy Continuous Shooting Fun with Fotomecha
Fotomecha — Photography apps for iPhone are abundant and range from kid-friendly to technologically endowed.
Though the iPhone gets its share of rebuke for poor camera quality (at least pre-4G), I've seen quite a bit of high-quality creativity come out of some users.
Dots for Tots - On the Go Connect the Dots Fun
The other day I was having lunch with friends who also happened to be parents of small children. While waiting for what seemed like an extraodinarily long time, I found myself whipping out my iPhone in an attempt to entertain the four-year-old munchkin beside me.
Take Your Favorite Tot on an iPhone Animal Hide & Seek Adventure
Animal Hide & Seek Adventure for iPhone is a game for young children featuring colorful animation and friendly music built around a simple seek and find premise. Choose from three adventure themes – jungle, circus, and ocean – and find the animals hidden in each image.
Whole Foods Market Recipes is a "Tasteful" Recipe App
Whole Foods Market Recipes - As awareness in food preparation, such as gluten-free foods or diabetic-friendly dishes, and an appreciation for natural and organic foods grows, it’s not surprising to see so many companies responding in kind.
Monsters vs. Aliens App: Free vs. Paid Version
If you have kids, then you are probably more than aware of the latest Dreamworks Animation movie, Monsters vs. Aliens, about to hit theaters. The movie is an animated comedy, featuring the voices of Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Laurie, Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen, about a girl who turns into a giant and teams up with a secret compound of good monsters to battle evil aliens and save the day.
Christmas Games for the iPhone and iPod Touch
Christmas is here! And what better way to celebrate the season, than with a few holiday-themed games for your iPhone or iPod touch.
Between presents and relaxing, family fun and egg nog, you're likely to find a bit of downtime.
Sapus Tongue Tree Leaping Game Gets Kids Moving
Parents who don’t mind forking over their iPhones to keep their little ones entertained will have now have an official reason to do so. Sapus Tongue is a classic game designed for kids nine years old and older.
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