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..
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..
I confess I like all things Nosy Crow – from the gorgeously illustrated books, to the innovations like Stories Aloud and, finally,..
We can’t resist a new release from the completely brilliant Toca Boca and even though Toca Hair Salon 2 is an update on an original,..
Holy iPhone, Batman! We’re big fans of app makers extraordinaire Duck Duck Moose and their latest offering, the Superhero Comic..
A little holiday gift from our friends at Toca Boca, Tailor Fairy Tales is an extension of the new Tailor app, featuring two characters..
If your little one loves Richard Scarry or any of Night & Day Studios‘ previous Peekaboo apps, they’ll love this. Yes,..
Animal SnApp (see what they did with the name?) is Axel The Gruffalo Scheffler’s very first story app (developed by the lovely Nosy..
On the top shelf in my lounge, taunting me, is the exquisite Binth baby journal that my lovely work colleagues bought me when I went on..
As far as I’m concerned, publishers Nosy Crow can do no wrong with their fun, colourful fairy tale apps for little ones. Now..
I am a huge, huge fan of the work Anorak Magazine do. They use cool graphic design and illustration to inspire a whole new generation of..
One of our favourite features in the utterly fantastic Okido magazine is Find Foxy - a kind of woodland Where’s Wally? for little..