Top 10 Andriod Apps for Your Kids to Learn at Home

Since its COVID-19 Lockdown time, so its better to learn online though many school offer online classess but for the purpose of learning online its good to use the following apps for your kids.




Best Overall App for Kids


This pick is an overwhelming favorite among all of our testers. is available both as an app and a website. It uses fun storyline-based videos, quizzes, and activities — there's even a virtual map outlining your child’s learning path to keep kids engaged. Our parent testers said they loved even before we started testing the best apps for kids!



Ages: 2-8


2 Epic!

Best Apps for Kids- Epic!


Best Reading App for Kids


Epic! is an app for kids with an e-book library that contains over 35,000 children's books (and it includes a read-to-me feature for little ones who are still learning to read). One of our parent testers says it's “a great app to have when the kids want screen time, but you don't!” This app is a perfect way to take reading wherever your device goes, and it's great for families with kids of various ages.


Ages: 2-12

Cost: one-month free trial, then $8/month

Get it for: iOS or Android




3 Hungry Caterpillar Play School

Best Apps for Kids-Hungry Caterpillar Play School


Best App for Kids in Pre-School


This app is perfect to help kids learn the skills they’ll need for starting school. Hungry Caterpillar Play School has five main areas of learning for kids to play in — shapes and colors, alphabet, numbers, book reading, and arts and puzzles. The app’s design has beautiful realistic and 3D details, while staying true to the bright colors and style of the beloved Eric Carle book it’s based on.


Ages: 1-5


Get it for: iOS, Android, or on the Amazon App Store

4Quick Math Jr.

Best Apps for Kids- Quick Math Jr.


Best App for Kids in Elementary School


Kids know that math can be boring, but this app transforms numbers into something more creative and interactive. Quick Math Jr. is an app for kids with 12 different math games that feature fundamental math skills and concepts. It has unique graphics and buildable characters to keep kids engaged, and all answers are handwritten or drawn on the screen so kids can also practice handwriting.


Ages: 4-8

Cost: free

Get it for: iOS


5 Stack the States 2

Best Apps for Kids- Stack the States 2


Best App for Kids in Middle School


Part game, part educational tool, Stack the States helps kids learn geography and general knowledge about different states through a game. Each right answer leads to winning a state to add to your stack, and the ultimate goal is stacking your states to a certain height. The app keeps itself fun and fresh by offering three other games that kids can unlock as they complete different rounds. There’s also a version for countries.



Ages: 10+

6 Duolingo

Best Apps for Kids- Duolingo


Best App for Kids in High School


The Duolingo Owl (the app's mascot and icon) has been popping up as a meme all over social media in recent months, so chances are your high schooler knows what Duolingo is. Encourage them to take it one step further and download the app so they can learn a different language.


They can practice through audio, word identification, and oral exercises for over 30 languages — it's a great way for your child to keep their language-learning skills sharp over the summer. PS: Parents can use this app, too!


Ages: 10+

Cost: free, optional ad-free Duolingo Plus is $6.99/month

Get it for: iOS or Android



7 Toca Hair Salon 3

Best Apps for Kids- Toca Hair Salon 3


Best Dress-Up App for Kids


Toca Hair Salon 3 is perfect for kids who are always wanting to play dress up or get crafty. Kids can use this app to imagine, explore, and express their creativity because they can style hair any way they want (think: cut, style, color, curl, braid, and shave) on various characters. There are no instructions, so kids are free to experiment as they want.


Ages: 3-7


8 Lightbot: Code Hour

Best Apps for Kids- Lightot: Code Hour


Best Beginner Coding App for Kids


Lightbot: Code Hour introduces kids of all ages to the basic concepts of coding and the logic that computer programmers use to write code — all without having to actually code! Instead, the app has kids get Lightbot through different pathways by using functions commonly found in code. This app is a great way to get your kid interested in coding and computer programming, without overwhelming them.


Ages: 8+

Cost: free

Get it for: iOS or Android



9 Starfall ABCs

Best Apps for Kids- Starfall ABCs


Best App for Kids Learning the Alphabet


This app gives kids a fun, animated introduction to learning letters, vowels, and words. It also includes the sign language alphabet. If you upgrade to the paid version of Starfall ABCs, you'll get some extra perks like lessons on math and social skills — but the free version is still pretty impressive!


Ages: 2-5

Cost: free, option to upgrade for $35/year

Get it for: iOS or Android



Brainpop Jr. Movie of the Week

Best Apps for Kids- Brainpop Jr. Movie of the Week


For 20 years, Brainpop has been providing kids all over the world with in-depth, yet easy to understand educational videos on everything ranging from Mozart to food allergies. Brainpop Jr. Movie of the Week is an app that gives younger kids access to these videos, plus short quizzes on them.



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