Best Android apps for kids: children books, bedtime stories, drawing apps and more

Best Android apps for kids: children books, bedtime stories, drawing apps and more
It's no secret that kids learn fast. Really fast – today's children become experts at handling a smartphone or tablet before they even know how to write. Surprising this is not, of course, as touchscreen interfaces are very welcoming and intuitive to operate. No less importantly, gadgets are really, really great at keeping kids glued to them with their apps and games! Hence, children don't want doll houses or RC cars anymore. They want smartphones and tablets. 

Now, picking a tablet or phone for a kid is one thing. Putting the right apps on it is a whole different story. That's why we thought we'd spare you the agony of the endless digging through the Play Store in search of the best kids apps. Just flip through the slideshow below! We picked some of the best children apps (as in not games) the marketplace has to offer – apps that help young minds develop reading or writing skills, that can familiarize them with the way things work, that can serve as a nice read before bedtime. Check them out!

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3 Comments

1. Boybawang

Posts: 205; Member since: Jun 02, 2013

My Kids only loves MineCraft, SurvivalCraft, BuildCraft and all Crafts

2. asiansatan

Posts: 59; Member since: Sep 18, 2014

handicraft?

3. Kate123

Posts: 1; Member since: Jun 13, 2016

If your daughter or son used to love the crayola coloring pages, this is the app for you! Jump into a world where the imagination is the limit! No more spending money buying color boxes or crayons, you can give the same quality of entertainment to your children thanks to these virtual never ending coloring pages. Now everybody can see your kid’s art! itss.coloringbook.magicfinger

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