Apps for Kids is Boing Boing's podcast about cool smartphone apps for kids and parents. My co-host is my 8-year-old daughter, Jane Frauenfelder.
In this week's episode Jane and I talk about Match Panic, a game where you have to tap on the left side or right side of the screen to match the characters flying down the display. It's $1.99 in the iTunes store.
If you're an app developer and would like to have Jane and me try one of your apps for possible review, email a redeem code to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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