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Top 10 Apps for Kids to Play & Learn

SUREN on May 27, 2014

Your kids love to play on the smartphone or tablet. Wouldn't it be really cool if they do what they love and learn along the way? Here are ten handpicked apps that will do exactly that!
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Duolingo
Offers instruction to learn at least 12 different languages, in a fun, engaging and playful experience.

Qwiki
Automatically turns pictures and videos into beautiful movies to share.

Mobicip
Offers safe and secure access to the internet, search and YouTube for protected and/or supervised browsing. 

DIY
The app that helps you do real world activities, and share your work with friends.

News-O-Matic
Covers news of the day in an engaging way, exploring its many facets through images, maps, videos, and games.

BrainPop
Delivers fresh movies that cover a breadth of relevant topics including current events, historical figures and milestones, holidays, curricular subjects, and more.

City Guides
Learn about major cities of the world, including local tips, current weather, fun facts, and a selection of iconic photos. 

LEGO Movie Maker
This fun, kid-friendly app helps create a custom stop-motion movie, using LEGOs or anything else.

QatQi
Lose yourself in the world of QatQi (pronounced “cat-key”), a gorgeous and meticulously crafted word game that pleases the senses and tests the limits of your lexicon.

Lumosity Mobile
Lumosity is designed by neuroscientists to train memory, attention, and more.

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