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iStoryTime App | Apparoo App of the Week

I have partnered with Apparoo to share with you the Apparoo app of the week.

This weeks Apparoo app of the week is a special app for moms called the iStoryTime app. iStoryTime uses the spirit of a traditional books on CD and combines it with the power of technology to bring colorful books that can be narrated or silent giving your child choice and independence.  Download it today!

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Sometimes simple is best. No matter how many fancy toys your kid has, they always end up on your lap saying “Mama, tell me a story.” iStoryTime is like a central library for kids’ books, and they wisely left off extraneous features, letting the stories shine. It includes four free books and then you can buy more à la carte, or pay a monthly or annual fee, Netflix-style, for unlimited books. With new books released in the app every week, there is always fresh content to enjoy. Stories can be narrated or silent, allowing your child to read independently when they’re ready. As Leonardo said, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” (Da Vinci, not DiCaprio, people.) Download it here for free.

iStoryTime App | Apparoo App of the Week |

B is really into books on CD now.  He loves being able to “read” books on his own.  This app is perfect because now he can read awesome books using my phone instead of worrying about putting a cd in the player.   He has really enjoyed reading Madagascar the past couple of days.  I love how there is a new book released each week, so he will not get bored from reading the same books over and over.  He can read new ones, and go back to the ones he loves!

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DOWNLOAD the iStoryTime App Today!

Lauren is the owner and writer for Crazy About My Baybah. She is a mom that is crazy about her family, art, photography, getting fit, Disney, and living in Las Vegas.

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  1. My boys aren’t allowed near my phone, but it sounds like this is a great app for little readers!

  2. I remember when it was “Books on TAPE”. It’s weird to read CD with that! I love a free app, and this is one we might try.

  3. The last time one of my kids touched my phone, it took a swan dive into the toilet (courtesy of the 1yo). I do let them use learning apps on my Kindle Fire, though, so I’ll have to check this out.

  4. My kids are not allowed on my photo because they fight over it and may break it. But this looks like a great app though.

  5. This sounds like a really great app. I’ll have to remember this when my daughter is a little older. These apps totally entertain her so I can get a few things done!

  6. We’re always looking for new apps for our little man. He loves reading books on his iPad mini but he does get tired quickly, of the same ones all the time. I love that there are new books all the time. Going to check it out now. Thanks!

  7. Once a week we wait for my four year old at her speech therapy. My two year old always gets board there. I’d love an app like this to be able to read to her while waiting!

  8. I love apps that help encourage reading. My 5 year old is soooo close!

  9. This seems like a great app. Glad I found my way to your blog, otherwise I wouldn’t know anything about it.

  10. Sounds like a great app – my kids , especially my 5 yr old, are always on my phone while we are traveling, or waiting at appts, etc. This sounds like something great to keep him busy!

  11. Do I ever need this app. It’s like having a kids library at home. My daughter is going to be so thrilled when I show it to her.

  12. The name does stick in your head. I told my 12 year old son about it, so I am pretty sure he’s using it

  13. I love reading apps! Especially the ones that can read to my kids. I home school so sometimes I am just tired of reading :)

  14. That really does beat playing a CD or tape. They make it super easy for kids to practice reading now!

  15. I don’t share my phone. My kids take over. But they are allowed to use the iPad and mini. And all three enjoy interactive books. :). My
    Littlest is just starting to read. She’d love this!

  16. My son and my daughter would love this. They are at the age where mommy can’t read to them enough!

  17. This looks like a fun app because it actually gets kids to enjoy reading. Little R loves playing on the iPad/iPhone but always needs encouragement with reading!

  18. One of the best things about modern technology is that it allows us to let our children learn and have fun in easy and convenient ways.

  19. It’s always great to see reading apps, it’s so important to encourage reading at a young age.

  20. Technology is really a wonderful thing and I love seeing all of these apps out there that kids can take advantage of. It is great that they release a new book every week and I love the whole concept of a child having his very own library.

  21. It’s great to see apps that encourage important life skills like reading!

  22. My son loves Madagascar too! Sounds like a fun app

  23. This app looks awesome! My toddler loves storytime and music on the iPad!

  24. I love this! I’m a fan of anything that encourages young readers!

  25. This sounds like a great app for on the go learning! Perfect when we are waiting for our food at restaurants!

  26. Any app that encourages reading is OK in my book! I am going to check this out now!

  27. Anything, absolutely anything that encourages our kids to read is a good thing. Get kids excited about reading and it will serve them for the rest of their lives.

  28. This would be great for my 5y/o. He’s really getting into reading now. There are so many helpful apps to encourage reading!

  29. I think that educational technology is absolutely the way of the future. So, apps like this are awesome!

  30. This sounds like a really cool app. I’ll have to remember this when my neice is over.

  31. This sounds like a really cool app. Even better because it’s FREE. :)

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