Best iPhone apps for kids

A collection of the best iPhone apps for your kids

If your child is lucky enough to own an iPhone, or perhaps you let them use yours, there are plenty of apps that are safe, engaging and fun for them to enjoy. We have rounded up some of the most popular apps for kids.

Color & Draw for kids

Price: $1.19

Color & Draw encourages creativity and exploration in an artistic medium. Voice instructions give tips and hints to kids while they are drawing.

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  • Eleanor

    This is a great slideshow of app - Shrek Kart looks brilliant!

    I recommend the Peppa Pig apps. My kids love them, and they're educational and fun. Holiday and Sports Day are the best.

    http://www.playwithpeppa.com/mobile.php

    Natalie

    Great collection of kids apps! I've found that apps like Wheels on the Bus by Duck Duck Moose are fun AND educational for kids. All great suggestions! I also recommend parents check out the information on kids apps available at: http://www.iphoneandkids.com
    It's a great online resource for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch info!

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