Bottom Line: Birdhouse for Epilepsy is designed specifically to help patients and caregivers manage epilepsy more effectively. With a Birdhouse account, the free version allows for a basic seizure journal, utilizing an iOS or Android device and a web app. The full version of the app is significantly more extensive, with the ability to track triggers, organize medications and much more.
We adore lists here at Smart Apps for Kids because we know you love lists too! They are fun to agree or disagree with or to find new and wonderful things like say, apps (our favorite!) or books to read to our little bundles of happiness. Mostly, I read to my kids because I don't want to feel guilty about making them go to bed early but I also like the idea of raising highly literate and intelligent humans that will one day grow up, make lots of money and buy that gorgeous summer home for Mama. Everyone has dreams.
Bottom Line: Patchmania Kids has delivered on fun without being sneaky about cost, links or purpose. This is an adorable logic-based game that is simple to learn and challenging to master for kids of all ages including middle-aged adults that might have trouble setting the game down to write a review.
If you're a huge Star Wars nerd, you've probably already introduced your kids to The Force. If not, this is the perfect week to do it. Not only can they see the movie this weekend, but they can enjoy these apps — some of them brand new — in the meantime. Some are free, some have in-app purchases, and some have an up-front cost, but all are guaranteed to awaken The Force within you!