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Kindle Apps for Kids: Fairy Princess Preschool!

The Fairy Princess Preschool is a good choice for your toddler or even for younger ones. Kids will absolutely love the fun-filled activities and the creative, colourful graphics. It has the fairy tale theme that also teaches learning and development to kids. It also comes with fun voice-over for kids that do not know how to read yet.

Some notable features include:

1. Selecting the right fruit colors

2. Counting animals like ducks and birds

3. Puzzles

4. Opposites and differences

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Posted by Mary Tordecilla - January 30, 2012 at 10:02 pm

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Mobicip Parental Controls For Kindle Fire

Quite surprisingly, the Amazon Kindle Fire is one of the tablets out there in the market that’s gaining popularity these days. When it comes to tablets, most people think of the iPad first, however, that is not the case anymore. Currently, there are now a lot of iPad competitors emerging in the market, making competition tougher.

Amazon Kindle Fire: The Perfect Alternative To The iPad

The perfect example of iPad alternative is the Amazon Kindle, which is doing pretty good as its fan base is expanding rapidly. But as the increase in the number of users arises, so is the number of problems and complaints with Kindle grows. There are a lot of users’ issues that concern the Kindle tablet. However, do not get this the wrong way. The tablet is a good investment and you can definitely appreciate its features but nothing is perfect and there are flaws that will continue to exist, even when the tablet is already considered a must-have.

For every advantage, there is a sure downside to it. This is true with Amazon Kindle Fire’s ease of access and usability features. Most users love these features but to parents with kids, these features open up a way for foul play. Most parents complained that their kids have access to everything, even to adult content because of the fact that the tablet is extremely easy for any users, even to young audience.

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Posted by Ali Waqas - January 30, 2012 at 4:42 pm

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Kindle Fire Apps for Kids: ABC Owl Preschool

The ABC Owl Preschool is a great app for learning ABCs. It comes with very interactive images plus a great voice-over work. This app lets your child compare various images based from the starting letters of the alphabet. Your child will have to pick the right letter based from the objects displayed. Some learning to expect in this Kindle Fire apps for kids include:

 – Learn ABC’s with colorful images and voice-overs

– Match the right images to each letter

– Engage with each page and enjoy the colorful graphics

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Posted by Mary Tordecilla - January 29, 2012 at 10:00 pm

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Kindle Fire Competitors

Everyone knew that when it comes to the best tablet in the market, it is always the iPad by Apple. The first launch of this tablet is already a success and even though there are a lot of good and new tablets around, the iPad still dominates. This success by Apple is the main reason that folks over in Cupertino were quick to push out their next version of tablet— the iPad 2. But before taking this discussion any further, let us take a look at exactly what a tablet is and what are its practical uses.

A tablet, which is based around the concept of “window to the world of cyber wonders”, works pretty much like a book. For Amazon Fire Kindle, this concept is its basis in design and functionality. The Kindle Fire tablet is developed specifically to be able to read books (in digital format) with ease.

Kindle Fire, Galaxy Note, SuperNova: What Do They Have In Common?

Everything in Kindle Fire tablet- shape, design, and function- looks and works like a book. While people might argue otherwise, in actuality, the Fire Kindle tablet is different compared to the iPad and other similar tablets. Amazon’s Kindle cannot wholly be compared to other smaller tablets of its size. We know that comparison in tablets is usually based on their size. However, the Kindle Fire is best suited to a whole new category of tablets, which is tablets that are categorizes as a combination of a smartphone and a tablet. Examples of these tablets include the Samsung Galaxy Note and SuperNova 8”.

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Posted by Ali Waqas - January 29, 2012 at 5:15 pm

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