Monthly Archives: January 2013

Notabli app review

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Notabli Price: Free Notabli by Notabli is an app that helps parents capture and save as many special moments with your children as possible. This app also helps…
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4KidCal! iPhone App

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I stumbled upon this app today and thought it would be a good addition to this category of apps for families. It lets you plan a calendar with your child in a fun way.
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10 Free Travel Apps You’ve Never Heard Of – SmarterTravel.com

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RT @SmarterTravel: 10 free travel apps you’ve never heard of (but should know): http://t.co/tS3c7zDg. #travel #apps
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Best iPhone Applications for Winter

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Since we have iPhone apps for everything, why shouldn’t we have a plethora of apps to help us get at our favorite winter sports and activities?

Michael Carattini‘s insight:

Here’s an article from Active.com that features some great iPhone apps for the Winter season. 

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Best iPhone Apps for Communication

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Staying in touch with the loved ones was never as easy as it is now in the era of iphone and android phones.
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Chorma

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Keep track of the family chores and earn points for getting things done. I’m not sure how practical it would be to actually use this app, but it might help get your family’s household chores organized.
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Word Party

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Word Party is an older app, but it’s still fun for the whole family. You have to get your team to guess the key word by describing it without using any of the words listed on the screen. You can pass one device around the group, so you don’t need multiple iPhones. It has a great deal of content, but an update is still needed, as you will notice some repeats. Regardless, it’s a great game.
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This iPhone app will make your kid smile before every picture – CNET (blog)

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The Guardian (blog) This iPhone app will make your kid smile before every picture CNET (blog) It’s always a bit frustrating when you’re trying to get your child to pose for a photo and they won’t even look at your iPhone, let alone smile for it.
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For the iPad, Books That Respond to a Child’s Touch

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Interactive children’s books for the iPad are becoming more engaging and, in some cases, are visually stunning.

Michael Carattini‘s insight:

This is a great article about interactive children’s books. I have to try again, but most of the time, my son would rather hit the home button that actually interact with the screen animations. 

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Picturebook — make your own story

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This little app is free and comes with a starter set of illustrations. You can make stories with those but your child will want the farm set, the Halloween set, etc all .99 each, so be careful!
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