In a very crowded closet, choke-full of dress-up apps — and some very terrific ones at that (see: Paper Town, a golden oldie that desperately needs an update to stay relevant) — Toca Tailor arrives today as a most elegant evening gown, hung with care from a velvet hanger. Toca […]
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WIPEOUT for iPad/iPhone by Cooper McHatton There is a level of difficulty in Wipeout iOS that targets an older audience, but with that kind of finger-swiping challenge comes a whole other level of fun, making it one of the best new games on the App Store. Wipeout iOS involves playing […]
Glue sticks, sharpened #2 pencils, folders, 3-ring binders, and composition books, oh my! And a few tissues to wipe away your back to school tears. You’ve got the physical essentials, saw your kiddos off on the school bus, and stopped crying (mostly), now for some digital fun when they come […]
THE SMURFS HIDE AND SEEK WITH BRAINY by Cooper McHatton Playing The Smurfs: Hide and Seek with Brainy is a lot like working in a hidden object book. For an app in 2012, there’s a surprising lack of special animations (or any visual effects at all for that matter) here. […]
I gave it high marks a few weeks ago, but doubted ever so slightly the value of Miny Moe Car whilst priced at $1.99. Such concerns are not a concern this weekend as the toddler-centric car ownership simulation app for iPad, iPhone, an iPod Touch is free today and tomorrow. […]
I reviewed the then-new app for kids My PlayHome nearly 1 year ago. We loved it. Since, there’s been a trio of brilliant updates — the most recent of which came yesterday — adding a backyard with tree house, veggie garden, and working trampoline, a parent’s room with hats & […]
If you’ve got an iOS device in your technology arsenal and a below-waist-high child in your care, you likely own a Toca Boca game. Or two. Or three. They are one of thee premier developers of apps for kids. We’ve got them all, and a dedicated Toca folder on our iPhones […]