Saturday, December 24, 2011

5 Best Kindle Fire Apps for Kids

If you’ve just purchased Amazon Kindle Fire, don’t be surprised that you cannot purchase any application from the Android market. You can only get the apps from Appstore of Amazon for Android, and whatever you had been enjoying on an Android smartphone, will no longer work with Kindlefire.
But, don’t worry, if you’re looking out for some cool apps for your kiddos, there are quite a few, and we’ve compiled a list of 5 best Kindle Fire apps for kid, which you can get from the Amazon store.

1. Kids Match'em

Kids Match'em app is particularly designed for kids. The App is classic and it is a matching game interfaced with fun. It is the best way for improving your children's sensory memory and short-term memory.
The App supports all screen resolutions and display sizes smooth animation and top quality graphics. It also features 2 levels of difficulty, nice sound effects, and 4 dissimilar matching-card sets.

2. The Cat in the Hat - Dr. Seuss

The app allows you to pick one of the three ways to read: Auto Play, Read it Myself, Read to Me.
You can pay attention to professional narration, sound effects, and fun music. Enjoy original illustrations from classic book, and read the words that are highlighted and touch words to listen. Touch images present on the screen, and words will come up.
Children can touch the screen and learn vocabulary; all this can be great fun for kiddos. Words on screen will get tinted at the time when narration reaches, making it simpler for youngest of readers. Children can touch any image displayed on the screen and identify the object.

3. Kid Mode: Play + Learn

Kid Mode Play + Learn app offers more delight to your kids. The app protects phone by locking home button. Three year old children get games, preschool songs, puzzles, and coloring options.
Games in the app greatly improve your kid’s ability to deal with numbers, letters, and early on reading skills. App’s toddler lock keeps your three-year-old safer in the App.

4. Kids Paint

Kids Paint is a multi-touch painting program for children; the app allows your kids to create beautiful paintings, doodles, and colorful drawings on the Kindle Fire.

5. iStoryBooks

iStorybooks includes story books for children with text, fun pictures, and audio for your kid. Your kid can read the professional narration alongside enjoying the engaging and colorful pictures.
You will be allowed to choose amongst various options from menu, disabling or enabling the Movie Mode.

Final Thoughts

On the whole, Kindle Fire is not as good as other tablets like iPad and Samsung tab, but the user interface is nice, and it’s really affordable. It will be little annoying for the first time, and you’ll need some time to understand the operation of the device.
Speaking with respect to price, it is far better than the iPad 2 and other tablets. It is a great choice for Kids with the apps provided, and it won’t pinch your pockets to say the least!

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