I May or May Not Like Playing with Kids’ AppsDawn Meehan
I have to admit that about 75% of the apps on my phone are for my kids. I’m not quite ready to admit, however, that I enjoy playing with those apps myself. I downloaded Jake’s Never Land Pirate School for Brooklyn, but had to check it out before I let her play. I’m generally a fan of Scrabble or other word games, but now and then it’s fun to turn off your brain and just find some gold doubloons. Besides, I’d play pretty much anything to get out of doing work.
But when I finally let Brooklyn have a turn, she didn’t want to put my phone down. Jake’s Never Land Pirate School has four separate games to keep little ones occupied even during the longest conference call or stay in a pediatrician’s waiting room, which, as you know, can be a real life-saver! Oh yeah, Jake’s Never Land Pirate School is a FREE app, so give it a try!
Another free Disney Junior app is Mickey Mouse Club House Road Rally. This one is just for iPad.
Download the apps, then join us August 8th at 9 PM EST for a Disney Junior Twitter party to learn more about the apps and connect with Disney Junior mom fans! You could win an iPad. RSVP at http://bit.ly/QsXDE2 and use the hashtags #spon and #mackidtips
Disney Junior Disney Junior WATCH makes full length episodes of its popular shows available online at www.watchdisneyjunior.com and via the Disney Junior WATCH app on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The best part is – it’s FREE! Comcast Xfinity subscribers have access to premiere content, including a live feed of the network online and through the app. After the live feed, current shows will be available “on demand”. Perfect if you’re in the middle of a show and need to run out to do errands. No complaints from the kids that they’ll miss the end of their show. Or perhaps there are several kids in a family who like different programs. One can watch on the TV, while the other watches on their favorite device. Missed their favorite show? They’ll have up to 10 days to catch up on WATCH! Fans who aren’t on Comcast can contact their cable provider to ask for the service via the website or the app.
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