Tech With Kids' App Reviews

The following kids app reviews represent some of the best kids apps found in iTunes and the Android marketplaces. We cull the app marketplaces, talk with kids app developers, pay attention to the app buzz, and download and play 1000s of children's apps every year. We don’t spend much time writing about kids apps that we don’t think are worth your child’s time, thus most kids apps reviewed on this site get a rating of 3 stars or higher. That said, not all of these apps have earned our "Best Picks" award. We add new kids app reviews every week, so check back with us frequently.

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People from around the world can join you to build towers by moving 3D blocks. Will this anonymous cooperation help or hinder your building?
Featuring interactive cartoon adventures, this app stars famous historic figures depicted as children. Kids play with the characters to explore preschool learning.
Take real photos to help some aliens in this clever app that combines real world and digital play with parental involvement.
An endless runner game where kids have to actually run and jump in place to make their avatar move on the screen.
Adorable monsters introduce kids to a set of hilariously animated words in this free, try-before-you-buy reading app. This app is a sequel to Endless Alphabet, but it stands on its own.
Kids travel back in time to meet Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and other famous Revolutionary War heroes in this engaging app that makes history come alive.
A magical story about the imaginative adventures of a little girl and her friend The Owl as they travel world at night.
Kids learn about modern art by playing with this unique set of art tools. They can create their own artwork or follow step-by-step projects based on famous pieces of modern art during which they can add their own unique flair.
This digital playground filled with geometric shapes and corresponding holes invites exploration by the toddler and preschooler set. It cleverly sets forth logical thinking challenges that get progressively harder.
This lovely book app tells the story of seven animals going to bed in and around a farmhouse. As you visit each animal, you can interact with it to help it settle in for the night.
21 animals await your touching. Their responses to your touch, tap, or swipe are magical, endearing, and hilarious.
A giant sandbox full of construction vehicles are waiting for your truck enthusiast.
Kids and their traveling parents or distant relatives can draw together in a shared space by using this app, which also provides a free telephone call.
A book-reading service where a child and a distant relative can read a book together in real time by each opening up this free app. The book appears on the screen of each idevice to be read aloud while the two snuggle up in a video chat.
This app connects you to your Facebook friends to a shared iPad screen for collaborating, using drawing tools, video chat, and photos. It is a place to let joint creativity soar.
Families who are separated by physical distance can use this free app to bond over sharing a book or playing a game shown on a shared screen during an in-app video conference.
A diversity story about an ordinary boy who discovers he is special while attending a school for superheroes.
This classic fairy tale is presented in an innovative way that blends gaming and reading so that reluctant readers will be intrigued.
A wacky, vegetable sorting game that teaches kids about healthy eating.
Kids solve eye-popping puzzles by paying attention to the layered colors of paintings of animals.