Our lives are on our iPhones. Gone are the days of fishing through boxes of old photos and unlabeled Super 8 videos; now, we can reminisce just by reaching into our pockets. But even the most obsessive parents can lose track of their favorites in such an endless sea of snapshots. That's where Lifetime in My Pocket comes in. A photo organization app that focuses on individual pictures rather than full events, Lifetime filters your photo library into a single stream of moments that tracks every milestone and precious memory in a sleek chronological portrait.
Kids love iPads, and those whose parents have Netflix subscriptions probably love that company's "Just for Kids" section as well. Now, those two great tastes are coming together for a "special kid-friendly Netflix experience."
Toddlers and preschoolers love to draw, and the App Store has no shortage of solutions for keeping little ones busy doing just that. Squiggles! for iPhone is one of the latest, but goes much further by actually bringing your little one’s work to life, complete with animation and sound.
When it comes to iPad apps made for kids, how many of them are any good, let alone great? Viacom’s new Nick Jr. Play & Draw HD happily falls at the latter end of the scale, inspiring creativity while entertaining kids at the same time. Play & Draw HD allows children freedom to create in a colorful, intuitive, and educational environment that features familiar faces like Dora the Explorer.
If you have a preschooler, you’re no doubt familiar with Wee Sing, a beloved children’s brand that has taught through music for more than three decades. With more than 60 million books, albums and live-action videos sold, there’s one area the company was absent from -- until today.
Are you a parent to one of those lucky children that's been given an iPhone? Or are you just a lucky parent? Either way, accessory manufacturers know you're out there. These 15 kid-friendly add-ons for your iPhone are sure to keep your kids, or you as a parent, happy. They cover just about every age group, so keep them in mind for the upcoming holiday season!
Kids of all ages love using Macs -- and that means risking them seeing, doing, and deleting things they shouldn’t. This comprehensive guide shows you how to keep your beloved hardware safe -- oh, and your kids too!
As the calendar moves from summer to fall, many of our thoughts turn to OfficeMax and their free, now-legendary ElfYourself service -- we’ve all been sent one (or more!) by a friend or family member, right? Now the creators of that clever holiday fun have turned their focus to the App Store with a free iPad only app called JibJab Jr. Books.
Ever wonder how iOS developers get some of the inspiration for their apps? In the case of Elite Platinum’s latest Singing Daisies app, the influence came from the heart and mind of the developer’s nine-year-old daughter, who he credits with coming up with the whole idea in the first place.