Apps4Kids Blog

Translation quality in multi-language apps for kids

When your app sells well or becomes popular with users, it sometimes seems tempting to make a clone and offer it in many different languages. As good as it may seem, what you need to make sure is that you will be able to offer the same quality in your new multi-language version. If...

Why voiceovers recorded by children is the best option for your app?

We all know how essential carefully-chosen sound effects are for an app or game. Having a good quality voiceover in your app or game for children is equally important, but often overlooked. The easiest, cheapest and probably most tempting option is to find an adult voice talent who can record your entire script in...

Interactive is not always Active – Active Learning in Apps

Active Learning is one of the key approaches and nowadays an absolute must when making educational apps or games for children. With the help of experienced educational advisors it is possible to create truly child-friendly environment that will engage children, and at the same time will allow them to extend their skills and learn...

Your culture & heritage in apps for kids

Promoting your country’s culture, national heritage and products through apps or games for kids can be a totally new challenge for developers but also a great opportunity. Not only does it help promote your country or region and their local products globally, but also can offer children an exciting and fully educational adventure. With still...

What makes an ideal app for kids?

Though it may seem easy to make one, apps for children  the biggest challenge for developers and educators. Yes, kids love playing games but not just any games! They love good games and apps. And only about 20% of all published apps for kids are good enough. So, what makes an ideal app for...

Why Apps for Kids are Under-developed?

Don’t be misled by the universal view that when you give your child a tablet and download any application for children they will be instantly happy. Most probably they will not. Since our 7-year-old son got a tablet for his birthday we have been busy testing all kinds of apps for children obviously with...

Must-haves for a Good Coloring App

Children like colouring as this supports their creative self expression. Apart from that, it also helps them develop their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Sine colouring satisfies children’s need for personal self expression, by filling in shapes with colours of their choosing children engage in their first design activity. They can decide what...

Welcome to Jobi’s Bistro – Education with Role-Plays

One of the activities that young children always love and seem never to get bored with is creative role-plays. They like it because they can imitate the real world and magically transform themselves into whoever they wish. Besides knights and princesses other popular choices are firefighters, actors, singers, cooks, vets, shop assistants, doctors or...

Kapu Toys – High Quality educational apps for Early Years

Simplicity is what Kapu apps are all about, and this is what makes them unique and child-friendly. Kapu series combines learning with fun making each app a truly multi-sensory feast where the educational content is incorporated in the app context using the principles of Active Learning and Positive Pedagogy. Kapu makes sure the learning...

Safari Toy Factory – introducing kids to production processes

Many children want to know how toys are made and even more dream about visiting a toy factory. Some children may not yet be aware of the fact that their favourite toy was made from different individual parts and from various materials. Offering them an opportunity to see the production process from a concept...