When pops was younger we would use the Kidloland all (free version) all the time so when we found out they were looking for blogs to review the paid version we jumped at the chance.
The free version we thought was pretty good and there’s actually a decent amount of things to do on there but if you’ve ever been on the app you’ll see just how much there is to do, all of that is included in the subscription version.
When we traveled to London I thought it would be the best time to put the app to the test, a 3 hour journey on a train and although pops likes watching out the windows she definitely needs a distraction every now and then. The night before we left for London I downloaded a bunch of the games and music which takes quite a while, <strike> I wish it had a download all or check boxes to download system to speed things up! </strike> I actually had a mooch around the app and found how to do this. Go to Settings, download then available downloads and press select all.
I also saw that you can make your own playlist of nursery rhymes which is amazing as usually we have to listen to the same one over and over 🙈
No adverts and so much content, the kiddoland app is really good. Not only do they have fun interactive nursery rhymes but they have games and learning tools too. (And even Christmas songs🎅)
This is definitely an app I can see pops grow with and learn as she gets older.
As much as I wish she didn’t already know how to use a phone/tablet it’s something that is bound to happen and rather than letting her spend the whole time on YouTube watching videos and being able to click onto pretty much anything I want to make sure that there’s an app she can use that will hold her attention with lots of interesting things to do while learning at the same time.
Until the next post,
Are and Pops.
We were given a subscription for the purpose of the review but all opinions are our own.