App Friday January 12th, 2018

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Make a tune, or listen to a song with Musical Animals, introduce math concepts with the latest update to Pre-K Math Learning Games, and save the animals with Learn to Read. Plus, nursery rhyme photo filters with Little Lens (without the social media worries) and Apple to enhance iOS parental controls.

Garry Froehlich
Jellybean Tunes

Musical Animals
by KiddieApps

Musical Animals teaches what sounds animals make, as well as colour and number recognition.This is the perfect tool to keep them occupied and teach them at the same time without annoyed 3rd party adds.

Musical Animals
Musical Animals
Developer: michael stoean
Price: $0.99

Pre-K Math Learning Kids Games
by IDZ Digital Private Ltd.

Preschool Math Games For Kids’ is a comprehensive math learning program for kids in pre-k. Filled with exciting games and interactive songs, it teaches the essential math concepts in the most exciting way. All the content in this app is based on the curriculum followed and recommended by experts and teachers worldwide. Kids can learn basic math concepts which will prepare them for school.

Learn to Read & Save Animals
by Dimitri Skornyakov

The evil Snow Queen has frozen the letters of the alphabet and the animals have been taken into icy captivity. Only you can save them. Learn letters and combine them into words representing the names of the animals.

Learn to Read & Save Animals
Learn to Read & Save Animals

Little Lens – Nursery Rhymes
by Oops Yay

Toddlers will love jumping into their favorite nursery rhymes with this super cute face filter app. Kids love playing with filters on social apps, but this isn’t always safe or appropriate. Little Lens lets your child see themselves in their favorite songs and nursery rhymes safely and without risk of taking photos or accidentally sending them as messages.

Little Lens - Nursery Rhymes
Little Lens - Nursery Rhymes
Developer: Oops Yay
Price: $2.99

Apple To Add Enhanced iOS Parental Controls

A group of Apple shareholders has requested that Apple do something to combat what they fear is kids’ addition to iPhones. Apple responded unusually quickly this time and indicated that new parental control will be introduced — although what the controls will be and when they will be introduced has yet to be announced. Read more at 

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