Apps For Kids is a new Boing Boing podcast. It's about iOS apps that are fun for kids and their parents. My 8-year-old daughter Jane is my co-host. We'll look at games, activities, and educational apps. Episodes will be short -- under five minutes.
In the first episode of Boing Boing's Apps for Kids podcast, Jane and I review the endless runner game Temple Run. It's free and you can download it for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch from the iTunes Store.
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