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Mobile Device Educational Apps

Here you can find, review, and compare the best educational and kids apps for your favorite mobile devices, as chosen by our editors and readers.

With the surge in Mobile Devices, there has never been a better time to take advantage of the unlimited potential for education that having 1,000s of apps at your fingertips brings. Download apps for all skill sets to the mobile device of your choice. Sit back, relax, and learn using the latest and greatest in mobile technology.

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Angry Birds (Android App)

The Angry Birds are after those egg stealing pigs and they are gonna need your help to sling shot their way to victory. Your mission is to help the Angry Birds get their revenge against the evil pigs with a very precise finger sling shot. You will attempt to collapse various structures around the egg swiping swine by breaking through boards, crates, snow, glass, ice, boulders and even dynamite.  You will come to know each birds specific strengths and the materials they are best suited to bust through. You get the highest scores by using the minimum number of birds to turn the pigs into bacon. The physics based gameplay continues for six very long episodes, They include : The Big Setup, Ham 'Em High, Golden Eggs, Poached Eggs,Danger Above and Mighty Hoax.

Autism - Essential Guide to Finally Understanding Autism (Android App)

This app was designed for anyone with an Autistic child or if you know someone that has one. You will quickly have an understanding of the very special needs that an Autistic person has because this app explores the myths and facts surrounding Autism. There is an in-depth discussion of the most recent research  on Autism and tips on how to communicate with a person that  has Autism.

Autism/DTT Colors Full (Android App)

Autism/DTT for your Android Device was designed by Dr Gary Brown and utilizes a reinforcing technique called Discrete Trail Training (DTT) to help your child learn colors. The DTT is the primary method used in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to teach children with Autism life and social skills. You can utilize this app to teach colors to children with ADD, Autism, PDD-NOS, ADHD and many other developmental disorders that keep a child from staying on task. The app is fully automated and has been tested with several Autistic children at The Children's Treatment Center. The app is designed in a way that keeps the user on task without distractions common to Autistic children.

Autism/DTT Shapes (Android App)



Autism/DTT for your Android Device was developed by Dr Gary Brown as a way for developmentally challenged children to learn shapes. The method uses the Discrete Trial Training  (DTT) approach and is the primary method used in most Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs to help teach children with ADD, Autism, PDD-NOS, ADHD or any other child who has great difficulty staying on task.  Parents know It can be extremely difficult, if not impossible to find the right types of therapy suited to their child's individual needs. The only program that has been proven to work is the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) approach and  comes recommended by the National Institutes of Mental Health and the Surgeon General. The DTT app for children is completely automated  and has been tested with Autistic children at the The Children's Treatment center. The app teaches children shapes without distractions and is not really a regular game, is it more of a targeted training aid for children with learning disabilities.

Compliments - A Social Story and Speech Tool on How to Give a Compliment for Autism, Aspergers, Down Syndrome and Other Special Needs (Android App)

Under normal circumstances children usually get a grasp of compliments without having to be told by an adult. Children that have been diagnosed with PDD-NOS, Autism and other communication delay disorders might not have the same understanding of complements that other children do. This app takes your child through a detailed social story that explains why complements are given and received. It goes on to explain what the proper reaction to a compliment should be when one is given to you. The app also gives visual supports that allow your child to learn this social skill in a stress free environment that reinforces positive actions.

Cut The Rope  (Android App)

Cut the Rope Android App is an exciting puzzle game with a very simple premise. You are attempting to get sweets to a little monster named Nom who has very recently arrived at your door in a box. You will need to cut a rope to release the candy to Nom, but it is far easier said that done. You swipe your fingers across the rope to release the tasty treats to Nom's mouth, but watch out, it is never as easy as just cutting one rope.

Dino Digger (Android App)

Play like a paleontologist and dig up dinosaur bones, give them life and then interact with your amazing 3D dinosaurs! You can can interact with your new dino friend by tapping on their giant heads, giving them a little shake or swipe them on their bodies. No matter what you do with your dino on Dino Digger you just can't go wrong. Enjoy having a collection of dino pets for you to play with whenever you want.

Doodle Jump (Android App)

Doodle Jump is a classic in the mobile gaming genre and has  charmed  millions with its simple but addictive gameplay. There is never anywhere to go but up with Doodle Jump. You have to guide the Doodler up a never ending series of ever changing platforms, some shift, some explode and others have strange properties that create unique challenges for the Doodler.

Drawing Pad (Android App)

Imagine turning your Android device into a take-anywhere drawing device with the Drawing Pad app. This complete mobile art studio in a device allows you to design beautiful artistic creations through a wide range of cutting edge digital design tools and brushes.

Fish Adventure (Android App)

Fish Adventure for your Android device is a fun filled game where you raise beautiful fish and nurture your undersea world. You can get your fish to perform actions by tapping on the screen and telling them what they need to do. You need to make sure that all of your fish's needs are met and your ocean friends stays happy and content. Be sure to check on them daily to make sure every need is met.

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