I recently confessed my love for the new Apple TV. In that review, I causally mentioned an app called Squrl. Squrl is a video hub that creates a queue of great videos from friends in your social circles as well as those you can add directly via a handy bookmarklet. In addition to accessing the...
We're super-psyched to release our new app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It's a handy one-stop source for the latest Howdy Kids posts as well as streaming our podcasts and video extras.
Jason explains the tools he used that helped make his weight loss a success. Plus where to find $80 jeans for $8!
Our kindergartener came home with a list of 100 words that she needed to be able to recognize on sight. The teacher called these “Fry’s First 100 Words.” We had no idea what she was talking about – but as diligent parents we set to work. Our girl could read them (sounding out the sounds) just fine....
We were ecstatic to find a digital version of Wild About Books and I'm pleased to report it's the best book for iPad that we've purchased. Highly recommended.
Postagram is an iPhone app that uses Instragram photos (or any images on your camera roll) to create and mail real-life physical postcards. Perfect informal thank-you cards are an app away!
DinoMixer is a fun game that allows kids to make their own unique dinosaurs as well as learn facts about their favorite dinos.
We review Alpha Writer, an immersive iPhone and iPad game to help children learn to spell and create story boards.
Combining the amazing visuals of graphic designer Charley Harper with the inquisitiveness of little fingers, Peekaboo Forest is a great "first" iPad game.
We're proud to announce our new app for iPhone users. You can stream the podcast, ask a dad, watch pre-screened videos and more.
We touched on Montessorium's beautiful iPhone and iPad apps on our podcast last week; but each of their products deserves an in-depth look. Today, we start with Montessorium's initial offering: Intro to Math.
Adobe Ideas was one of the premiere “launch titles” for the Apple iPad. It brought basic but dependable creation tools to the device that many (myself included) often referred to as a consumption machine. The iPad has been a constant source of joy to my daughter, a four year old who loves to draw. While...