Dating apps. Rating apps. Hook up apps. Anonymous messaging apps. Sex position apps! When you hand your child a phone, iPad, iPod touch, Kindle or other tablet you are opening them up to a world of apps. There are over one million apps available on the Apple App Store and over one million on Google Play for Android. New apps debut daily. Yes, there are many educational and child-friendly apps included in those millions, but just as many are not intended for a child or even teen audience.
What better choice for my Fun Friday post than a review of Friends are Fun! Toddlers and preschoolers can learn how to make friends and how to be a good friend with this colorful digital storybook.
Instagram is an app that makes your photos and videos look better. It was already popular when Facebook bought it. Now it’s more popular than ever and if you have kids, you should have this on your radar.
One of the parental control features on the iPod touch (and iPad and iPhone) is restriction by content rating. Today I want to specifically focus on app restrictions. Apps have ratings similar to movie ratings — G, PG, PG-13 and R. You can decide which apps your kids can download from the App store or […]