Top 3 Apps for kids on Children’s Day

There’s no doubting the fact that children today are far more tech-savvy than ever.

They understand all in regards to the brand new trends in science and need to get their fingers on the most recent gadgets as quickly as they hit the market.

And that makes sense, as youngsters are (and have constantly been) inquisitive in nature and cannot wait to try out new things.

So listed here are some fairly just right apps and objects which you can introduce your kids to on this children’s Day.

  • Cartoon Network Anything

Launched by its namesake Cartoon Network channel, the Cartoon Network Anything app is a new platform designed to engage and entertain children.

The app serves up an array of micro 10-15 second content specifically created for mobile phones. These can be watched by children anytime and anywhere, on-the-go.

The content ranges from games and videos to memes and quizzes. Trivia and animated gifts are also included.

Cartoon Network Anything is available on both iOS and Android.

  • YouTube Kids

Google recently launched the children-centric version of its YouTube app. Aptly named YouTube Kids, it’s a family-friendly app that allows children to easily find videos related to various topics.

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The app’s UI consists of large images and easy navigation options to help kids. It also has voice search functionality so children can find videos by spelling their names out.

Already available in 20 countries, YouTube Kids also offers some parental control features so that parents can monitor what their kids are watching.

  • CG Slate

Lenovo, along with educational technology company Convergences, launched its CG Slate tablet earlier this year. According to the company, the CG Slate is ‘an NCERT curriculum -mapped, self-learning tablet for kids’. The tablet is

The tablet is centered on a ‘gamified’ approach to learning.

As kids play and learn more they receive points, which can be redeemed to watch cartoons, play games and more.

The Lenovo-made CG Slate tablet runs Android 5.0 Lollipop out-of-the-box and features a 7-inch IPS display with 1024×600 pixel resolution.

It is powered by a quad-core MediaTek MT8127 processor clubbed with 1GB RAM.

Also included is 8GB of internal storage, which can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD cards.

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