Best Kids Apps for iPhone/iPad to Download

Let them have fun, learn and be creative with these Kids apps for iOS.

Kids Apps for iPhone/iPad

In this era of mobile tech, you can’t keep kids away from your iPhone or iPad. So, why not allow them to explore these devices with some kid’s appropriate applications? There is plenty of software for children on iOS and iPadOS that will keep them entertained and help to educate with new things.

Wheels on the Bus

Price: Free

This is another app from Duck Duck Mousse. Like the earlier one (Peek-a-Zoo), it benefits from being completely free to use with no in-app purchases. Kids aged between 2 and 5 will get a lot of pleasure from this app, which revolves around the very popular song that so many of us grew up with. As well as enjoying the original music they can listen to the song in a choice of languages, or sing along and record their own voices. Now that’s always going to keep them amused!

Among the best features are the interactive surprises on each page and activities that include spinning the wheels of the bus, getting the door to open or close, and swishing the wipers.


Price: Free/ Offers IAP

nursery app for toddler

There is a choice of Dr. Panda apps available, and they’re all worth trying out, although we especially like this one. There’s plenty here that will keep kids busy as they discover Dr. Panda Town and learn all about the place. The game involves role-play, such as running a supermarket, visiting the restaurant, going to school, or being a police officer, and there are more than 30 characters to make friends with.

There are also secrets to uncover, hidden costumes to find, and things to solve, so kids can have many hours of fun with this app. One thing to note is that the free version enables kids to play in the Street and House areas. If they want to branch out to different areas (e.g., restaurant, park, police station), you’ll need to use in-app purchases for those.


Price: Free

There’s something to suit all young kids with Animal Cars Party, as it has different kinds of games to enjoy. These include Connect the Dots, Memory Cards, Whack a Mole, Mazes, and more, with 900 levels across three levels of difficulty. That means the games are suitable for very little ones aged 1 or 2 through to 5 and over.

The first 3 levels of any activity are entirely free to play, and that should be enough to find out if it’s worth the one-off in-app purchase to unlock the complete game. Completing unique game boards can attain stars, and those virtual stars can then be used to get toys for the virtual playroom. Animal Cars Party has colorful HD resolution graphics, proper controls, and neat effects for a truly engaging experience.


Price: $1.99

Preschool Lunchbox app iPad

This popular app has real staying power, with many parents reporting that it kept their children entertained for months on end. The lovable monkey in the title needs to pack his lunch, and your kid can help him with the task, with 7 educational games to teach them counting, shapes, colors, letters, and more. The app is simple for kids to use.

There is also a monkey to help them as they play along. Progress is rewarded with animated stickers (what kid doesn’t love stickers)e and there’s unlimited play, so the only problem you might have is getting them to stop!


Price: Free

This is a very sweet Fisher-Price app that’s for very young children, for babies 6 months and up. It’s never too young to play, and although the app looks basic, it definitely captures attention and keeps them looking. Little ‘uns can have fun and learn about shapes, colors, and first words at the same time.

The app has two levels of play, and in the first, your child will see shapes bouncing on the screen if they tilt the device or hear the name of the shape or color by tapping the display. The second level will also tell them the names of shapes and colors, but tilting the device will make the shapes slide across the screen or show the piano keys.

I Hear Ewe – Animal Sounds

Price: Free

iOS children app I Hear Ewe

I Hear Ewe is a classic entertainment app for children, they can learn to identify animals and vehicles with their corresponding sounds. When your baby taps on an animal or vehicle icon, the game will verbally announce what type of animal or vehicle it is and play a recording of its real sound.

I learn with transportation

Price: Free with ads/ Offers IAP

It is one of the top 10 iPhone education apps for kids. It comes as an application that is both book and cartoon games. Again, the goals are the same as in the books of playgrounds traditional: the child becomes familiar with the vehicles, their names, colors, shapes, and numbers.

Fairy Tales ~ Bedtime Stories

Price: Free

Children’s Tales is an application for both iPhone and iPad with which you can enjoy the classics in an interactive story through the screen of your iOS device. Let your kids learn with Movies, Picture Books, Stories and Comics through the app. With stories like The Three Little Pigs, The Princess and the Pea, or series of Oz the Wizard, the kids will enjoy and start to become a reader. The application is free to download.

Coloring with Pocoyo and Friends

Price: Free/ Offers IAP

iPhone coloring app POCOYO

This is an application where you can choose from five sheets to color with your children as they like. You can choose the original colors or paint characters Duck green and Elly blue .

There are two ways of painting, or free, which will have to be careful not to leave the edges, or for the little ones, paint each section with a single touch. You can save the result, and send it by e -mail to your friends.

This application has been supervised by educational and medical professionals to explain almost everything about the human body is very serious and rigorous but entertaining and simple at the same time.

Energy for Life

Price: $3.99

“Energy for Life” for iPhone, iPad is a complete educational application dedicated to the human body. It focuses on explaining three core systems when the energy needed to get our lives. The digestive system, the respiratory and circulatory system.

These are the 10 best kids’ apps for iPad and iPhone, which surely will keep them entertained. Let us know your favorite in the comments below.

Danica Simic
Danica Simic
Danica Simic is an aspiring data scientist and software engineer who enjoys writing technical articles and informational content using her academic knowledge. She also loves reviewing different products, especially gadgets and gizmos, as well as writing concise guides and tutorials.


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