May 13th, 2013

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Terrifying Building in Eyeville is a new storybook app for iOS that aims to help parents tell their young children about cancer. The app, which is available for 69p on the App Store and is aimed at children...

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May 8th, 2013

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Britain’s children have added £30m to their parents’ bills through unauthorised in-app purchases, according to new research from Windows Phone, with eight year olds adding an average of £59 to smartphone...

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April 29th, 2013

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With in-app purchasing something of a contentious issue at the moment, Apple has published a guide to IAP on the App Store. The guide, simply titled Learn More About In-App Purchases, is largely aimed...

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April 29th, 2013

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There are plenty of storybook apps for children but StoryKid, introduced during the Disrupt Hackathon in New York over the weekend, may be one of the first apps to help children tell their own stories....

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April 24th, 2013

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With kids’ apps very much in the spotlight at the moment, the reaction to Play Fanta: Saving The Source should be interesting. It is a graphic novel iOS app from Coca-Cola, in which the Fanta crew strive...

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March 25th, 2013

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Press4Kids is rolling out the red carpet for News-O-Matic, its news app for children, after a stealth launch in December. The full launch sees the iPad app slightly rejigged to offer an updated design,...

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March 5th, 2013

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Consolidation is afoot in the booming kids-app market, with TabTale buying Paint Sparkles Draw developer Kids Games Club. TabTale said it chose Kids Games Club because it believed that their educational...

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February 5th, 2013

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Disney is to work with Vevo on family-friendly music video content, including a curated collection of videos and original programming. Under terms of the deal, Disney will feature videos from Vevo’s...

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January 30th, 2013

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Children start using smartphones and tablets at the tender age of two and a quarter years old, according to new research from Vodafone. The company, which commissioned the research to mark the launch of...

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