According to the recent stats from Tap! Magazine, there are currently more than 650,000 apps on the App Store with 40% of them are designed for the iPad. That's a lot of apps. The stats also said that 75% of parents share app-enabled devices with their kids.
With more than 70,000 educational apps are available on the App Store, my question to you as parents is:
"How do you curate apps for your juniors?
Is it by word-of-mouth, pure coincidence, App Store features, App Store keyword search, Google keyword search or reading apps reviews?"
I'm curious to learn. Hit me up on Twitter. I would love to learn from you.
Update:I embed the Branch discussion for this topic here for you to easily follow and discuss.