Appysmarts.com Best Apps for Young Brains
Appysmarts list of of best apps for kids which you can download from the Stores.

Please note, that the list starts with the best apps, the apps with the lowest score are listed at the end of the listing.

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LoonyMobile

LoonyMobile
by Eden Cohen

Price: free
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iPhone + iPad

Overall Score: 94/100

version reviewed: 1.0

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Best for: Interactive toys, Attention & concentration, Creativity, Eye-hand coordination, Interaction, Thinking & problem solving, Understanding of the world

What it is: sliding puzzle app - suitable even for younger kids.

What you do with it: slide one of the pieces of the puzzle to create one of the 5 vehicles (or a 'mashup' vehicle).

What we liked:concept, simple operation. The app is free.

What we didn't like:lacks sounds, sliding pieces can loop (instead of stopping at the end).

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Little Finder - The Hidden Object Game for Kids

Little Finder - The Hidden Object Game for Kids
by Innovative Mobile Apps

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iPhone + iPad

Overall Score: 67/100

version reviewed: 1.3

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Best for: Brain teasers, Attention & concentration, Eye-hand coordination, Interaction, Personal & social, Thinking & problem solving, Understanding of the world

What it is: a simple game teaching names of various objects.

What you do with it:hear object's name and find it on the screen. You can also play with an oponent (the screen is divided in 2 opposite boards).

What we liked:the concept, good graphics, simple operation. Many configuration options, including 'zen' mode (unlimited time - good) for smaller kids. The excellent idea for the 2 player mode.

What we didn't like:may get a bit boring after some time. Numerical scoring system.

This app was free at the time of our review!

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Peekaboo HD

Peekaboo HD
by Gotclues, Inc

Price: free
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iPhone

Overall Score: 67/100

version reviewed: 1.3

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Best for: Interactive play, Attention & concentration, Eye-hand coordination, Interaction, Language, Music & art, Thinking & problem solving, Understanding of the world

What it is: a simple interactive toy to teach animal names and sounds (and occupy) the toddler.

What you do with it: listen to the animal's voice, touch the hay stack to reveal the animal.

What we liked: the concept, simple graphics and animations, simple navigation, clear sounds and narration, language options, great solution for locking 'options' button.

What we didn't like: we would like to have spoken instructions.

Please note that this app is very similar to Peekaboo barn by Night and Day Studios.

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