Since learning about Moms With Apps through The Mission List and The Motherhood, I have found it easier to find quality apps for my three kids.
Founded by two moms who wanted to make it easy for parents to find kids’ apps worth their time, data space and money, Moms With Apps has been a huge help. With more than one million apps out there aimed at kids, which ones are best?
It is easy to within the Moms With Apps database to locate apps by your kids’ ages, learning needs, interests and your device type. You can also weed out apps which include ads, collect personal information or offer in-app purchasing.
With three smart cookies angling for the iPad, I appreciate that Moms With Apps provides parents with the ability search in a variety of different subject areas, including science, math, reading and critical thinking.
What do parents think about apps for kids?
Last month, Moms with Apps surveyed over 450 parents for their in-depth thoughts about children’s apps. The findings show that while the vast majority of parents agree that apps can help kids learn, parents are also wary of trusting apps to keep kids’ information safe and keep kid users from making in-app purchases.
96% of parents believe that apps are beneficial to their child’s education and development.
87% of parents report that they are concerned about their children making in-app purchases
81% say they worry about apps collecting their children’spersonal information
Safety AND learning are key
Founded by parents who love using technology with their own kids, Moms With Apps only features developers who have committed to high standards for protecting kids’ privacy and building great family-friendly apps. Moms With Apps always makes it quick and easy to “Know What’s Inside” every app they feature.
Check out Moms with Apps yourself and discover safety, learning and ingenuity for your family.
This post was brought to you by Moms with Apps, The Mission List and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own.