Impressive creation tool for teens serious about art.
Face-manipulating app is silly fun but lacks good tutorial.
No joke, this humor app is a rude mess kids should avoid.
Offensive photo-captioning app isn't for teens.
App version doesn't live up to quality of Halloween classic.
Painting app offers lots of options for creative expression.
Talking cat will thrill kids but may drive parents crazy.
Audiobook recorder is easy and organized but static.
Animate like a pro, but young kids will need adult guidance.
Girl-centric app will please dress-up fans but is limited.
Visually beautiful retelling of movie, with fun extras.
Good tool for making stop-motion movies; LEGOs not required.
Numberlys combines beauty, versatility, and learning potential to create a unique app that's sure to spark your kids' imagination.
Sexist photo-augmenting app introduces privacy concerns.
Tween series and interactive app combine for fun new hybrid.
Sweet, engaging sing-along app captures spirit of park ride.
Deluxe creative tool will wow artists young and old.
Movie penguin interacts with kids in cute entertainment app.
Pitch-perfect app tribute to the holiday TV classic.
Tricky and sometimes violent riddles best for tweens and up.
Oddly addictive music rhythm game a clever surprise.
Great for open-ended play, flexible family structures.
Toddler time-killer is free, but mediocre and ad-heavy.
Kids channel pent up energy into artistic endeavors.
Push, pull, and paint iPad clay to make fantastical images.