This tool offers teens an easy way to create slideshows using their own photos, videos, and music. Any event -- a family vacation or holiday, an art project, a graduation or recital, or just an everyday walk in the park -- can become an impressive mini-documentary.
Kids learn by doing, and BeSeen is a risk-free way to practice responsible online behavior. It's a simulated social network that works like a game: Teens create a fake profile and manage online drama. They're rewarded for making safe and responsible choices.
For today's teens, it's all about capturing the moment and broadcasting it to friends. Instagram is the "it" app that makes this happen. Cool effects and a captioning tool make teens' memories come to life -- but privacy settings are critical.
Download this Internet radio app and unlock a world of music with infinite selection -- from calypso to alt-country. Teens can create their own stations based on favorite artists, songs, or composers. Pandora nurtures teens' interest and understanding of music.
A combination of words, pictures, audio, and contextualizing sentences make learning new vocabulary easy and fun. Teens get a new word every day, plus some interesting extras to spark learning. It is an excellent app for parents and kids to use together.
Yes, it's all about words, but this Scrabble clone rewards players who use strategy and math concepts to maximize scores. You can compete remotely or against an opponent taking turns on one device, so it's an ideal game for families.
Facebook is like breathing to today's teens: They need it to live. With privacy settings and parental oversight, Facebook can be a positive way for teens to stay connected with friends. Help your teen practice safe, responsible, respectful online behavior.
Way more than a game, The Sims is nearly a way of life. By controlling every aspect of a virtual character's life, teens can learn crucial time-management skills and gain insight into how everyday decisions can have an impact on someone's life.
What started as a quirky "microblogging" site has matured into an essential communications channel. Tweets (140-character notes) are now a chief news source for teens. They can tweet their own 140-character comments and follow others, but privacy settings are key.
Adventure awaits with this GPS app that lets teens experience one of the fastest-growing outdoor games. The app taps directly into geocaching.com's database of over 900,000 locations, giving you everything you need to find treasures hidden by other enthusiasts.