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How To Set Up A Kids Tablet

Review By: Adriana Posted on June 12th, 2014 Introduction Android is an operating system much like the iOS, and is used worldwide by many major brands of tablets and smartphones. As this review site is about kids wifi tablets, and most kids tablets are based on Android, we thought we would give you the basics for how to set up ... Read More »

Can I Get Netflix On Nabi 2?

Review By: Benjamin Posted on June 3rd, 2013 Introduction If you have a Nabi 2, you have likely come to realize how handy it is to have an HDMI port on your tablet. Now, you can watch videos and listen to music from your HDTV! The Nabi 2 comes preloaded with videos for your kids to watch. But where do ... Read More »

How To Manage Free Time When You Have A Baby

Review By: Adriana Posted on June 2nd, 2014 Introduction If you have recently entered the world of parenthood, you suddenly realise that you are not going to have a lot of free time on your hands to enjoy your hobbies. But having relaxation time is very important, especially when you are pressed for time! This is why you must learn ... Read More »

How A Child Learns To Read

Review By: Adriana Posted on May 29th, 2014 Introduction How a child learns to read can be seen in every moment of a young child’s life. Is it any wonder that kids can learn thousands of words without any point of reference other than random sounds and movements. At a certain point in a child’s life, they will be learning ... Read More »

How to Choose a Kids Wifi Tablet

In today’s technology market, it can be daunting to come up with the perfect solution to a technology problem. What complicates things even more is when you are purchasing a costly gadget for your kids. Parents far and wide are looking for the perfect kids tablet. A kids tablet in a perfect way to keep your kids occupied while serving ... Read More »

Kid’s Tablet Preparation For The Holidays

It’s no secret that tablets have been a hot Christmas gift for the last few years. All it takes is one show and tell in September, and then every kid will want one for the December holidays! Tradition and past experience tells us that we should wrap up the boxes and gifts, so that the storybook joy on December 25th ... Read More »