The challenge continues: for everyone without the time to realize a project of enormous heights such as how to make an app for free or similar, here’s a list of kids apps to fill the void left by the previous events in your day-to-day life routine.
Jelly Car 2
With the original Jelly Car breaking every app record there was to break, its successor stands on firm ground too –Jelly Car 2 will give your kids the fun time they deserve to have, without any side effects such as losing the real-world connection that’s keeping the sanity inside the house. It has 30 new levels, three additional modes (one being afully customizable option that lets the player to make his own jelly car and whatnot) and other in-game nomenclature items like new balloon features and ‘sticky wheel’ shenanigans. Following the footsteps of how to make an app for free ideas and maybe you won’t have to do it anymore: Jelly Car 2 costs $.99 and is playable by kids aged 5 and above. On the plus side, with all those silly car maneuvers, maybe your kid will learn a thing or two about real world physics (which is fun as long as it’s conceived as a game).
An app focused toward preschool children, Super Why! takes all famous fairytale characters, puts a cute spin on them and launches everything together for your kids’ enjoyment. And while they’re having fun, coincidentally or not, they also learn the alphabet, spelling, writing and reading – all conveyed in a way that’s not boring as in similar mobile software realizations. As if that wasn’t enough, Super Why! also comes with an addictive theme song that’ll surely stay for the ride in the unhappy parents’ heads. Ever wondered how to make an app for free? Download Super Why! for $2.99 and save yourself from the trouble in the process.
Someone thinks this is annoying, another rates it as hilarious – but whatever compliment you choose to award SmackTalk with, it’ll surely be your exclusive decision you’ll have to spend the rest of your life with. The app records all ramblings parents are subjected by their children to hear and depending on your choice, it plays them either in a “high squeaky or low freaky voice”, all accompanied by a hamster background (or another critter by your choice, again), so, yeah. It comes at the price of $.99, and trust us, it would be your best dollar spent ever.
No, this is not the grim Roman Polanski adaptation of WWII events – it’s rather an app that transforms your iPhone into a piano with 88 keys, all within reach of your 2-year old Beethoven’s and Mozart’s. A slick and animated piano keys will depress as your kid presses them, and when a sonata is ready for the public, you can choose to record it and play it back as much as hardcore fans’ ovations require so. It may not answer the question of how to make an app for free, but The Pianist will surely provide hours of entertainment for the whole family. Yes, even for your Uncle Tom, even for you.
Transitioning from music to contemporary art, you can now turn your iPhone into a sketching pad, for free! Your kids will be eager to start painting with Scribble Lite, using lots of different colors, photographic options and other additions that pretty much resemble Microsoft’s Paint. And then, after your Pollock’s geniuses finish their latest masterpiece, just shake the iPhone and the art will vanish, leaving room for more masterpieces to be created by the kids. Still confused on how to make an app for free? For that we suggest you try reading one of our first articles where we elaborate everything there is to know about such doings.