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What are the best apps for babies during their first year?

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  1. 1Moo, Baa, La La La!

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    This interactive book app will help your kids learn what sound does every animal make, and they will also play some amazing games with animals as main characters.  

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  1. 2Baby's Musical Hands

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    Baby's Musical Hands is an amazing musical app for babies. With this application, your baby will have fun by touching coloured squares full of sounds.


     

  2. 3Busy Shapes

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    Busy Shapes is an educational tool that helps kids to improve their skills in handling objects. Your children can enjoy with this logic game while they are learning.


  1. 4Teach Your Monster to Read - Phonics and Reading

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    This educated app allows your kids to learn to read quickly! In this application, children have to create a monster and take it on an amazing and colourful journey.


  2. 5LumiKids Park

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    LumiKids Park app is a free app designed for younger children. In this application, kids can have fun by exploring an interactive park full of colours and sounds. It is an accurate tool for your child's visual-motor coordination development.

  3. 6Peekaboo Wild

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    Peekaboo Wild is an educational app that allows kids to discover new animals. Through amazing animations, your children will learn quickly about the animal life.



  4. 7Peekaboo Barn

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    Peekaboo Barn is an educational game for Android that allows you to play with your child and learn the names of animals while hearing the sounds they make, which helps develop early literacy skills.
  5. 8Wheels on the Bus

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    This app will make your kids interact with it, as they listen to music and work on their cognitive skills. They will sing, play, learn and discover lots of things as they ride the bus to get to many different places. 

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    October 19, 2017
    "This is a great early childhood development app. It's colorful, it's musical, it's educational, it's easy. I use this to play with my young infant, and she's mesmerized by the colors and songs. As she gets older, she learns its patterns and has even started interacting with it herself - an amazing achievement and something every parent cherishes when they first see it. Try it for yourself if you have very young children - you'll never go back to games of peekaboo again!"
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    Wheels on the Bus
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    October 20, 2017
    "Teach Your Monster to Read is a great app for toddlers and kids ages 4+. I don't think it's necessarily appropriate for babies during their first year. However, there are many levels where babies can be introduced to sounds and pictures in order to enrich their love for learning when they are at an age to understand."
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    Teach Your Monster to Read - Phonics and Reading
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    Anonymous
    June 16, 2018
    "I wanted to keep up with my child as they grew up. I needed an app to be able to keep everything organized so I could look back. I also wanted an app that I could use for development of my child. In came Busy Shapes. This was able to really connect with my child and help in their development."
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    Busy Shapes
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    Anonymous
    November 11, 2017
    "Great educational game for toddlers. Your child can explore scenes from all over the world, including Africa and Australia. There are new animals and their babies wherever you explore. The app is free and there are no ads making it a grear interactive educational tool for small children."
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    Peekaboo Wild
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    Anonymous
    October 28, 2017
    "This is an adorable way to get your baby to learn animal sounds. Psychologists tell us that learning animal sounds helps the brain develop twelve percent faster than learning from mute animals like sloth or goldfish. This app is for smart babies, not dumb babies. I love it so, so much."
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    Moo, Baa, La La La!
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    Anonymous
    October 21, 2017
    "My ten month old baby is fussy quite a bit. She needs a lot of distractions to keep quiet so I am constantly looking for good apps. Baby's Musical Hands has been a life saver when it comes to keeping my little one distracted. If you don't already have this app go check it out now."
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    Baby's Musical Hands
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    October 25, 2017
    "I don't think that this is the best app for babies during their first year, I feel that more real interaction is important and not an app. I also think this is geared more to a toddler not an infant."
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    LumiKids Park
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    Anonymous
    October 28, 2017
    "It was easy for my baby to get into this as we already play peek a boo. As soon as she hears it her attention perks right up."
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    Peekaboo Barn
This list is about What are the best apps for babies during their first year
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Moo, Baa, La La La!Games 16 Paid
2Baby's Musical HandsApps 13 Paid
3Busy ShapesGames 10 Free
4Teach Your Monster to Read - Phonics and ReadingApps 8 Paid
5LumiKids Park Apps 7 Free
6Peekaboo WildApps 6 Paid
7Peekaboo BarnGames 5 Paid
8Wheels on the BusApps 4 Free
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