App Friday November 4th, 2016

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We have an outstanding set of apps to share this week. Play and discover with The Little Village Farm. Feed the animals in Fiete KinderZoo. Learn to estimate time with Outland Timer. Practice counting and sorting in Safari School. Then, hone your math skills and get Flying Superstars FREE this weekend, or read up on the latest screen time guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Finally, get together with your kids to play the puzzler Sembl from Artgig Studio (we had a lot of fun with it).

Garry Froehlich 
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Alma & Anker explore The Little Village Farm
by Tukan & Friends

Alma & Anker explore The Little Village Farm is a free-play discovery app for the youngest children. Shear sheep, feed the animals, assemble a tractor, and much more. First app in the series iPhone and iPad: 2.99 Google Play: 2.99 Amazon: 2.99 (Video)

Fiete KinderZoo – Kids feed animals in the zoo
by Ahoiii Entertainment

Another gorgeous app with sailor Fiete is out now: Fiete KinderZoo is a very special one as the app was made by kids. True story! We invited kids aged between 3 and 10 years to help us build an app. With lots of creativity every child crafted it’s own zoo animal, named it and made a sound that fits the best to the creature.

In the completed app kids can stroll with Fiete through the zoo, tap the animals to hear their sound and feed them with food the children also made by their own.

We’re so proud of presenting this app as it shows that kids have the power to create things on their own. Children don’t need to be only consumers of media, they can also be producers – the only thing they need is: creativity. That’s a gift that we hope every child can preserve for themselves while growing up. iPhone and iPad: Free Google Play: Free

Flying Superstars : Fun Visual Math Game for Kids
by Skidos Learning

Flying Superstars presents you just an ordinary guy named Jim… OK, actually he’s a superstar who can fly. Jim flies through this insanely difficult lava filled adventure with his crazy superstar friends. Now it’s your time to join in and help them beat all the wacky levels full of challenge! Use your Math Skills to unlock new characters and power-ups.

From the award winning creators of Milk Hunt & Hop Star comes Flying Superstars: a game which tests kids’ tapping and flying skills to their limit while flexing their mental muscle on a mathematical adventure. iPhone and iPad: Free Nov 4-6 (Regularly 5.99)

Skidos Flying Superstars
Skidos Flying Superstars
Developer: Skidos Learning
Price: Free+

Outland Timer 2
by Outland

Tired of endless “But it hasn’t been 10 minutes yet, just one more cartoon” with your kid? Outloud Apps developed a solution — teach a kid to estimate time spent on an activity or a task with Outloud Timer game! iPhone and iPad: 1.99 Google Play: 199

Outloud Timer 2
Outloud Timer 2
Developer: Outloud
Price: $0.99

by Artgig Studio

Every design is a puzzle and every game is unique. Paint, cut, punch, stencil and spin your way to the perfect design. Master 32 levels and over 190 puzzles at your own pace in the Journey, or race the clock in Challenge mode. SEMBL is an ad-supported game but you can pay once to banish them forever. iPhone and iPad: Free + In-App Purchase to Remove Ads

Developer: Artgig Studio
Price: Free+

Safari School
by IntellectoKids

With Safari School, children practice their counting, sorting and color skills by loading the empty train carts with colorful fruits and vegetables to feed the elephant at a nearby zoo. Along the way, children encounter interactive surprises – including flowers that burst into full spring splendor, and beehives that unleash a whirl and buzz of bubble bees. iPhone and iPad Google Play and Amazon $1.99


The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated their screen time guidelines to reflect the fact that not all screen time is the same, and to provide guidance on beneficial uses of screens.

HapiPapi provides their take on the evolution of educational apps  as they near the launch of the ‘create your own apps’ platform.

Advocacy Groups Urge Crackdown on Influence Marketing Aimed at Children. YouTube videos walk a fine line between content and advertising.

The educational edition of Minecraft has launched.

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