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[dropcap]T[/dropcap]rying to find great apps for moms or kids can be hard with so many available. That’s why I’ve partnered with Apparoo – the app discovery service for busy moms. Each week I’ll be sharing the ‘Apparoo App of the Week’ with you.
 
Very often they’ve negotiated to bring you great paid apps at heavily discounted rates and sometimes even free. I’m very excited about this and welcome your feedback on the apps you decide to install.

Rio Read and Play App

 Rio Read and Play (The official app for the Movie)

Rio Read and PlayShake your tailfeathers and join blue macaws Blu and Jewel for a colorful read-along adventure set in Rio de Janeiro.

 
This delightful app, featuring characters from the popular animated film Rio, will appeal to fans of the film and newcomers alike.
 
 
The narrated storybook will encourage your child’s reading skills, the coloring tools will foster their artistic talent –and the bonus activities will grant you peace and quiet over at least two extra states on your next cross-country flight.
 
 
A feast for the senses, this bright, fun-filled app is like a tiny little Brazilian vacation on your iPad! 
 

Download it here.

 

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Apparoo. I’m excited to share these great apps with you! 

What are some of your favorite kids apps?

By Erica Buteau

Change Agent. Daydream Believer. Maker. Creative. Likes love, peace and Jeeping. Dislikes winter, paper cuts and war. She/Her/Hers.

39 thoughts on “Apparoo App of the Week: Rio Read and Play #KidsApps”
  1. What a great way to find apps that my Grandson would be interested in. When he comes to visit sometimes we just don’t have enough planned to keep him busy, or when I am preparing dinner,.. he gets bored. I could find the perfect app to keep him busy here.

    1. It’s more like a web service that sends out weekly newsletters. They do the searching and testing plus they usually negotiate a few days for free downloads after they release an app suggestion. Definitely helps save time searching for really good apps for the kids!

  2. We have yet to see the movies but I am still sure my youngest would love this app. He is more familiar with using my phone than I am. Thank you for sharing a fun learning app (love when they are learning apps and not just games!)

  3. I have so many apps on my iPad and phone that it seems like they don’t even belong to me anymore. So much great apps out there and I know my boys would love that Rio one.

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