Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Kidloland. I received a free sample of the product for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.
Mom Approved App
Hey ya’ll it’s Tina here! I recently came across a kids app called Kidloland and want to share with you my son’s thoughts as well as my own. Kidoland has about 1000 nursery rhymes, songs activities and games for kids. It’s considered a safe app and it’s ad free!
The content is great, my almost four year old loves the music and the games. The songs are cute and catchy, I also love that they have the words along with the song at the bottom. It’s very good for his age group to help learn to recognize letters.
There is a playlist feature that holds up to 25 songs that play in a row. Even my seven year old enjoyed the music and games on more than one occasion, although it’s definitely geared toward the younger ones.
The games are equally entertaining for him. He enjoys picking different ones to play and when he wants something else it’s easy for him to navigate quickly to the next one.
One of the best features besides it being safe for kids is there are no advertisements to worry about either.
The only concerns I would have are the app takes up a lot of data, but if you have an unlimited plan this shouldn’t be an issue or concern. Also, there were times my son would try to pick a game and after a few taps on the screen it wouldn’t load, he would quickly tire of trying and move on to something else. I’m not sure if this was a connection issue or possibly my phone (storage is darn near full) however I thought it was worth mentioning as it happened more than once.
There are a couple of different price options to use the app. Can subscribe to get access to full content including future updates. The three subscription options are: $4.99/ month, $24.99/ 6 months or the best value: $39.99/ year. If you don’t subscribe the songs and games are in-app purchases that add up very quickly and surpass the subscription amount. So a Kidoland subscription is the best way to go.
Overall, we liked it a lot! I was happy that he was playing something I knew was safe for him to play and he was happy he got to play on mommy’s phone unsupervised. Win-win!