Review: Puzzingo iPad 2 App for Children

When my children were toddlers they always enjoyed the old wooden puzzle educational games.  It was refreshing to me and somewhat nostalgic to discover this new iPad 2 app for children called Puzzingo. This iPad 2 app will remind you of those classic wooden puzzles we grew up playing with (pictures above are for those who’ve never seen them). 7SPARX Studio is the developer of children’s educational apps and we think this app is one of the best iPad 2 apps for toddlers we’ve seen this summer. Before loading up the minivan for vacation you may want to download this app for iPad that will keep your kids entertained while on the road. But what we really like about this children’s iPad 2 app is that it is educational too.  (video demo below the break)

Your kids will learn the names and sounds of different animals, letters and numbers with these wonderfully animated puzzles. Not only are these puzzles engaging and touch interactive but they key can be an important part of your child’s development. This iPad 2 app allows children to develop pattern matching, logical thinking and even develops their fine-motor skills. Those old wooden puzzles have come of age as Puzzingo delivers a great design in this iPad app for kids.

When a child is finished with a puzzle they are offered the reward of new mini games that range from singing the ABC song, popping balloons, and swatting flies. You can download the Puzzingo iPad app on the app store for $2.99.


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.

My iPad Apps digs PUZZINGO!

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Malkesh Rao

A new way to teach your child music. You will be happy by seeing your kids learning music on their own by just using iPad app.

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