Swag Soft Kids Apps Review

Swag Soft specializes in apps that are fun and creative for kids. They are available for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. I was able to review two apps.

Sedo PicPic is an awesome app for children and adults too. Take new photos or use ones from your camera roll, then make new creations. Add a frame, stamps, doodles and text. It’s simple to use and brings out your creativeness. The stamps include cats, dogs, houses and tropical items. You can keep adding to your photo and making changes until you decide to save it. Then choose to share it on Flickr or Facebook if you wish.

Sing With Olive – Based on Olive and the Rescue Crew, your child can sing along with 8 nursery rhymes and learn from the alphabet flash cards. Each nursery rhyme video starts with the opening of a pop-up book with the title of the rhyme.  New words are  highlighted by the character LB (Lightning Bug). Includes Karaoke sing-a-long and audio prompts for the flash cards.

Each of the Swag Soft apps cost 99 cents.

This post was written for Family Review Network & Swag Soft who provided the complimentary product for review in exchange for my honest opinions.

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