These apps have your kids’ numbers

Educational apps make learning about numbers, counting and basic math a breeze for toddlers. Adults also can use educational apps to refresh their math skills.

Apple apps

Preschool Numbers Game (99 cents) This app teaches children their numbers from 1 to 100. It allows a great deal of customization, including using parents’ voices. (Score: 98/100)

Endless Numbers (Free)* This app teaches children their numbers and some basic math concepts using games, puzzles and monster mascots. (Score: 91/100)

1+2=3 (Free) This simple app is designed to rapidly drill the user on very basic math equations. The speed pressure may lead to some embarrassing mistakes. (Score: 90/100)

Candy Count — Learn Colors & Numbers (Free)* In Candy Count, older toddlers learn to count and arrange numbers as they arrange candies in colorful jars. (Score: 90/100)

Numbers, Addition and Subtraction! Math educational and learning games for kids in Preschool and Kindergarten (Free) This app includes math games for kids 3 to 6. (Score: 88/100)

Android apps

Kids Numbers and Math ($2.99)* This game-based app teaches children their numbers and how to do basic math, like addition and subtraction. (Score: 97/100)

TallyTots Counting ($2.99)* TallyTots Counting teaches children their numbers from 1 to 100 using a variety of games and puzzles with kid-friendly themes. (Score: 97/100)

Numbers Memory Match Free (Free)* This app uses a matching concept to teach young children to identify numbers and assign a number to a group of items. (Score: 96/100)

Math Magus (Free) This math game is for older kids learning algebra or adults who have forgotten their algebra. Challenges ranging from simple to complex are included. (Score: 94/100)

Toddler Animal Numbers Ad Free (Free) This app for early learners teaches the numbers 1 to 10 using animal pictures and audio cues. (Score: 89/100)

* 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 Anindya Datta is a technologist and founder of Mobilewalla.