The Best Toddler Apps for iPad, iPhone and Android

Coming up with a top list of toddler apps is not an easy thing to do. Nevertheless, we have put together our list of the best toddler apps to download to your iPad, iPhone and Android.

Free and paid apps are tested for toddler compatibility and get a final recommendation. Each review is accompanied with the video of the app, helping you decide which app is best for your child.

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Kids Vehicles: Construction

August 15, 2013 - No Comments

I am always looking for great ways to keep my son occupied. Any good quality iPad app with cars, planes, and trains will do, which is why I was happy to find the “Kid Vehicles: Construction app”. This...


The Cat In The Hat Comes Back

August 1, 2013 - No Comments

The Cat in the Hat Comes Back eBook is rather self explanatory. In this eBook, the Cat comes back to visit Sally and her brother and like before, chaos ensues. Sally and her brother are shoveling snow during a boring...


The Cat in the Hat

July 15, 2013 - No Comments

The Cat in the Hat needs no introduction as it is one of the most popular of Dr. Seuss books. This app is basically an eBook of the first Cat in the Hat book. We will review the second book, “The Cat in the Hat...


Toca House

July 1, 2013 - No Comments

TOCA BOCA has been known to make super quality apps for toddlers, which often behave more like toys rather than a game with a win/lose situation. In this case, the fellows at TOCA BOCA took a rather grayish subject,...



June 15, 2013 - No Comments

Lego is a favorite for all children and their branching out into games has only increased Lego’s popularity. Lego has been known to publish free android and iPad apps to promote their games, which is totally...


Dr. Seuss ABC

May 29, 2013 - No Comments

Dr. Seuss’s ABC is a book I am well acquainted with and this app is a great idea as it introduces children (and parents!) to an interactive version of Dr. Suess’s ABC. Dr. Suess is a house hold name,...


Pocket Pond

May 12, 2013 - No Comments

If you are not new to the iPad / iPhone arena, you’ve probably ran into this lovely, small app called pocket pond.  The principal is very simple, but professionally executed; your tablet becomes a small pond...


The Going to Bed Book Review

April 20, 2013 - No Comments

My children like book apps, probably because they can have story time without requiring me to read it to them. As such, Loud Crow Interactive has created another great conversion of a popular Sandra Boynton toddler...


Curious George at the Zoo

April 7, 2013 - No Comments

My kids love Curious George because they know him and his adventures from the TV. They actually visited the only Curious George shop last week, (right next to the Harvard University) and they were very excited to see...


Planes, Trucks, Trains, and Boats

March 25, 2013 - No Comments

It seems like my young boy has an unlimited capacity for enjoying transportation vehicles, whether they are going on the road, sea, or air. Actually, when he was 1 year old, I remember the best way to cheer him up...


Playground 1 HD Review

March 2, 2013 - No Comments

A toddler app with multiple sub-games is usually not a good idea. This is because it requires a main menu with back buttons in all of the sub-games. These relatively sophisticated usability solutions makes it hard...


Where’s Puppy’s Nose?

February 15, 2013 - No Comments

The Laugh and Learn Where’s Puppy’s Nose app is very basic and great for ages 1.5 and above. The Laugh and Learn Where’s Puppy’s Nose app is one of fisher price’s free apps and uses its...