Mobilewalla: Apps for young children

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Great apps for children combine entertainment and education. Check out the following ones, which all are popular with younger kids.

Apple

 

Elmo Calls ($0.99)* With Elmo Calls, kids can receive audio and video calls from Elmo. Parents also can program the app to call kids and encourage them on special days. (Mobilewalla score: 99/100)

Preschool EduKidsRoom (Free) This app allows the player to spend time in a virtual child’s room with a variety of educational activities and challenges. (Score: 98/100)

Monkey Preschool Lunchbox ($1.99)* This app features some very special lunchbox contents: games to teach colors, letters, counting, shapes, sizes and matching. (Score: 97/100)

Tozzle — Toddler’s Favorite Puzzle ($1.99) Tozzle allows your child to choose from 44 colorful puzzles to build while helping him or her improve his or her understanding of shapes. (Score: 95/100)

Flutter: Butterfly Sanctuary (Free)* This app features a selection of butterflies that your child can virtually raise, feed and collect. (Score: 90/100)

Android

Kids Animal Piano Free (Free) The nine-tone piano featured in this app can either make traditional musical sounds or replace each tone with an animal sound. (Mobilewalla score: 98/100)

How to Draw - Easy Lessons (Free)* This app takes users young and old through a step-by-step process to teach them to draw a variety of objects. (Score: 95/100)

Kids ABC Letters ($2.99)* Kids ABC Letters teaches kids their ABCs and helps them identify letters in context. (Score: 90/100)

Kids Math (Free) This app teaches very basic math skills that become more challenging as your child masters each level. (Score: 90/100)

Starfall Learn to Read ($2.99)* It helps children slowly grasp the relationship between sounds, letters and reading. (Score: 72/100)

*Available on Apple and Android.

Mobilewalla is a search and discovery engine using breakthrough technology to score every app to help consumers navigate the mobile application marketplace. Apps are scored using an algorithm that weighs several characteristics, including user ratings, position within category and staff recommendations. For more app intel, go to www.mobilewalla.com. Anindya Datta is a technologist and founder of Mobilewalla.

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