Kidoland - App review

As much as I feel I’m a good Dad, my 4-year-old does spend a little too much time on an iPad, this has a lot to do with trying to be a parent to 20-month-old triplets who always require attention.

Although the iPad has a parent restriction installed on it, I’m always concerned about what he might be viewing while on YouTube. He always seems to be watching toy unwrapping videos or videos about surprise eggs, not exactly great education!!

As luck would have it, a few weeks ago I was approached to review an app called Kidoland, which upon first view looked like something that would actually develop as oppose to kill brain cells.

Kidloland has over 260 rhymes and educational songs and over 100 games and activities. It is brightly coloured, interactive, stimulating and educational. It requires user participation and doesn’t leave your little one sat there staring aimlessly at the screen. It is pitched at 2-5 year olds and whilst I do believe there is something for most in this bracket but I do feel that children of toddler age would gain the biggest benefit.

The app has so many features that my 4-year-old loves. It has things like; nursery rhymes, ABC songs, Phonics, Numbers, Animal Kingdom, Fruits & Vegetables, Shapes, Months & Days, and much more.

The colours are bright and the images/videos are vivid and adorable. It is extremely educational and fun at the same time. My son loves the section that teaches him about professions, he now knows what an archaeologist is and does and it’s completely down to the app.

We love it and would highly recommend it to families with small children!

So even if you don’t take my word for it, check out all the reasons below that this app is just fab.

  • All your favourite Nursery Rhymes with over 90 age-old classics.

  • Thousands of surprises. Tap on animals and other characters and watch them come alive!

  • Loads of funny animations and sounds to keep your child entertained.

  • Original educational songs for learning ABCs, Animals, Fruits, Vegetables and much more.

  • 100+ educational activities to build your child's cognitive skills and hand-eye coordination.

  • Download the songs and enjoy them offline anywhere, anytime.

  • No advertisements. Designed specifically for 0-5 age group, hence very easy to use and child friendly.

  • Playlist feature to play any 25 songs one after another, uninterrupted.

App Download Links

KidloLand (iOS):

Nursery Rhymes For Kids (Google Play Store):

KidloLand (Amazon Appstore):

This post is sponsored by the Kidloland app. I did receive a subscription for this app in exchange for a review.