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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Kids frolic with fish and animals that live in kelp forests.
Kids play with genes on a double helix to create new monsters.
Four adorable baby animals await your child's care and nurturing.
Kids join the numeric hero 'Twelve' as she runs, jumps, and solves math equations to save her world!
Tower defense game about using math to defeat cute monsters.
Pictorial coding game that is too hard for intended 4-year-old players.
Kids use visual coding blocks to build programs and games.
Toddlers and preschoolers make objects come alive by combining geometric shapes.
Kids capture a gang of outlaws in this rootin'-tootin' spelling game.
Grammar app lets kids practice diagramming sentences.
A fairy tale mashup full of clever surprises, where the words come alive to solve puzzles.
Free (gratis! gratuit! frei!) app uses a multitude of mini-quizzes to turn kids into playful polyglots.
Kids rev up their curiosity and learn about the world by taking on DIY challenges, watching curated videos, and sharing creations.
Animal friends, pulsing with rhythm, want to show off their dance moves to the music your kids create.
Learning food facts becomes fun as kids explore this nutritional guide with interactive graphics and activities.
Kids explore engineering principles by helping an adorable robot escape a recycling bin filled with intriguing contraptions and gizmos.
Puzzle fun, where kids 'gear up' to learn engineering principles.
Kids tinker with everyday objects to create Rube Goldberg-like machines in this series of puzzles.
This revamped version of the Dr. Seuss classic book overflows with fun animations, interactions, and learning games.
Hilarious monsters cavort across the screen as they act out the meaning of Spanish words.