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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This app teaches young kids (ages 3-6) how to create a cartoon.
If your kids love imagining monsters and beasts, this book takes them on a monster-filled romp with a timid boy and the alphabet.
Kids practice early math concepts, including numbers, how to count, comparing sizes and sequence by playing with adorable bugs and colorful buttons.
Engineering becomes fun with this zany, hands-on building kit in which players build Rube Goldberg-like machines.
Physics-based puzzler about using water (liquid, ice, and steam)to solve puzzles involving Perry from the TV show Phineas and Ferb.
In a clever mashup, the famous Angry Birds have now morphed into the good guys from Star Wars, and the bad pigs are now Darth Vader and the evil pigtroopers.
Elmo teams up with Abby to teach kids about the numbers 1 to 20.
Kids help a penguin grow up and in the process learn about what life is like for this flightless bird.
Fab tower defense game where kids fend off the undead by planting hilarious zombie-killing plants.
Kids create their own band by dragging quirky musicians on stage and then experiment with orchestration by moving them around to different positions.
Splat! An ink spot jiggles, hoping your creativity will turn it into a world-class monster.
This clever art app combines art appreciation with creating artwork.
This book app, starring a charming baby giraffe, engages preschoolers in a going-to-bed routine.
Adapted from Sandra Boynton's beloved board book, this charming app about 10 animals going to bed captivates kids by including them in the silly late-night shenanigans.
Preschoolers start to learn the routines involving going to the doctor by helping Dr. Panda cure his sick animal patients.
Kids learn about hygiene by helping Pepi take a bath, brush his or her teeth, go to the bathroom, and learn about washing clothes.
An ingenious set of 200 puzzles where kids think they are just playing but then they discover that they are learning algebra.
Words become characters in this engaging interactive game, where they show their meanings through hilarious antics.
Kids learn about the life cycle of a frog by interacting with the adorable Franklin the Frog.
This app hooks kids by giving them a pile of words displayed all helter-skelter on the screen -- in other words as a "mess" -- and then tasks them to find words that fit a specific rule.