Despite issues over presentation and some padding, Anne Frank provides plenty of useful background material to accompany the compelling diary.
A fun and interactive ‘edu-tainment’ app that, if it follows up with the learning tools promised, will make an already excellent addition to your preschooler’s education essential.
On an iPhone it’s not great, but on the iPad, MyScript Calculator is much more usable and useful.
Good performance and price, but there’s not as much information in it as other globe apps.
A good and fun little app, but it’s too easy to make mistakes – and too hard to correct them – when drawing.
A larvae-ly bug-collecting app that subtly teaches your kids basic math skills – grub it now to check out the buzz!
Despite the European feel and themes, this app is still a very good introduction to shopping mathematics and vocabulary, with the added bonus that you can use it to start learning foreign languages.
A mostly well thought-out, scholarly app that gives Shakespeare’s plays the kind of tablet treatment they deserve.