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When parents buy their first iPhone, it is a common practice for their kids to teach them how to use their phone. Even though most children do not own iPhones, they have grown up in a technologically advanced world, and are often more skilled at using devices like iPhones than their parents are. App developers know this and have created thousands of apps for the purpose of entertaining kids. Below are some of the best iPhone apps to keep your kids entertained while in the car.
Cut the Rope is one of the most popular iPhone games of all time. It is been downloaded more than 100 million times worldwide. The game features a small green creature who is obsessed with candy. The object of the game is to get the candy to swing from a rope and land in the creature’s mouth. You do this by figuring out which ropes need to be cut and what order they need to be cut in. There are hundreds of levels in this very addicting game that will keep your kids entertained for hours.
The Cat in the Hat – Dr. Seuss How can you not love this book? A longtime favorite, The Cat in the Hat book comes to life in this app. Your child has the option of reading the book on their own, having it narrated to them, or playing the book like a movie. If your kid hasn’t finished the book by the time the car ride is over, don’t expect to get your iPhone back without a fight.
A Charlie Brown Christmas Your kids can play games and compete in contests with people from around the world on this app. They can even move objects around and make them come to life during the story, essentially creating a story of their own.
Cars 2 This app lets your kids jump right into the Disney movie Cars 2. They can choose to play as one of the main characters from the movie and then compete in races in countries across the globe.
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