Keep Your Kids Entertained With These Family-Friendly Apps

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Keeping the kids entertained with family-friendly entertainment can be a bit tricky, especially when you’re not able to watch with them all the time. Here are a couple of apps that keep your kids safe with family-friendly content.

The music streaming service, Spotify, is offering a new standalone Spotify Kids app in the U.S., Canada, and France starting Tuesday. Spotify Kids isn’t only music, the streaming service will also offer educational songs, audiobooks for storytime, Christian music, and Spanish content.

The Spotify Kids app is rated 3+ and will only offer family-friendly music on the app, preventing kids from music that isn’t family-friendly. Since the app is a standalone version of Spotify, you won’t have to worry about your children accessing mature content. The new streaming service will require members to upgrade to the Spotify Premium Family subscription for $15/month.

The Cat in the Hat Builds That app combines the unique world of Dr. Seuss and engineering through inventive activities with fun names. This app promotes creativity while developing organizational skills by exploring numbers, measurements, and basic physics. The app is available for free on Google Play, iTunes, and the Amazon Appstore for Pre-K students.


If you’re looking for a family-friendly browsing app for your kids to explore the Internet, try SPIN Safe Browser. This free web browser filters inappropriate and explicit content so your kids can explore the Internet safely.

One of the most trusted sources of family-friendly content is PBS Kids with their app approved by CommonSenseMedia.org with a high educational value rating and is easy to play approved for ages 3 and up. The PBS Kids app is full of TV show clips from cartoons and educational shows that are safe for younger ages.

Author: Karli Wallace

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