An app featuring a bearded sailor didn’t immediately grab me as a winner for kids, but one look at the beautiful illustrations and..
I’m a long-term devotee of all things Polaroid – our wedding guest book featured instant snaps of all our guests – so,..
If anyone asks me to recommend apps for children I always direct them to Toca Boca as I know they’ll find something there their..
We’re loving Axel Scheffler’s Flip Flap Farm book (Nosy Crow, RRP £7.99) at the moment – it really reminds me of flip..
I’ve absolutely loved having a play on this cute little app and I’m sure Alfie is going to love it when he gets to try it out..
We love all things Wee Society, so it’s no surprise we’re fans of their latest app, You Things. Using their signature cool..
Once I had kids, I discovered how bloomin’ inaccessible tube and train stations around London were. Stair free journeys were plotted..
This is a great little app to encourage your kids to get creative. There are a series of prompt drawings with a question, onto which your..
Sometimes you come across an app that ticks all the boxes for you and your little one. Maths Superheroes from Lisbon Labs is one such app...
Nosy Crow’s Three Little Pigs and Cinderella apps are firm favourites in our house, so I was excited to see that they had released a..
Quick – make a note on the calendar. The new Toca Boca app is out this time next week. And Toca Builders is set to be an absolute..
Love books? Love Anorak Magazine? Then you’re really going to love My Extraordinary Friend, an interactive book for the iPad created..
Having never been a fan of video monitors, I must admit to being sceptical about the BabyPing WiFi monitor, £149.99. But now, having lived..
Could this be the cutest app ever? Quite possibly. Illustrated by Il Sung Na, the App of Sleep is a sweet story of an owl who explores the..
You know an app is good when you download it on to the iPad Mini and then promptly forget about it, only to check what your three year old..