iPad App and Accessory Parents Will Love

For all you parents driving a minivan full of kids on vacation I’ve found a great solution for highway boredom for the kids. Of course, you can play movies all the way to the beach but you may prefer this iPad accessory which is educational and entertaining. Crayola and Griffin Technology have teamed up to solve this problem together with this iPad app plus iPad accessory. It’s called the Crayola ColorStudio HD iPad app which turns your iPad tablet into digital drawing canvas. (Video demo below the break) 
The Crayola brand has been a family favorite for years along with the technology over at Griffin make this a nice combo. Combining this iPad app along with a special marker pen stylus called the iMarker introduces a new iPad art experience for all your children. Your children will be engaged in coloring in images with the iMarker stylus to create their own fun animations and drawings. We really liked how this iPad app can respond while your child is coloring with sound effects, music and special effects that will immerse your kids for hours at a time.
You’ll be glad to know how clean this drawing activity is with the digital iMarker. No more permanent ink on the walls or seats of the van. Parents will love this so much they’ll be motivated to share their children’s masterpieces. Completed artwork can be shared via email, Facebook or even printed out on an AirPrint-enabled printer right from within this iPad app.

If the 30+ animated coloring pages, pictures, sound effects and music provided with ColorStudio HD isn’t enough, kids can also create their own coloring pages with the app’s extensive built-in library of backgrounds, music, sound effects and other elements. Crayola ColorStudio HD is available for $29.99 from Griffin Technology’s website by clicking here.

J. Ron Clendenin

Been an iPad user from day one of its release. Apple has been innovative from the beginning and now the rest of the world is getting on board. It's great to be able to spread the word about one of their mobile devices.

  • Anonymous

    Nice review. Loading up the kids next week for a trip. Will get the app and try it

  • Rk1

    Tried it, was a total waste of money. Needs far more pressure than a child or some adults can provide. Great in theory only.