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Best Tech Savvy Mommy Blogs

Here are some of the best Tech Savvy Mommy Bloggers our Friends on AppyMall recommend. Please add any that we missed.


The iMums - Awesome Apps & Products for Kids Reviewed by Mums!

The iMums - Amanda, Alison, Mary and Grace - are four mothers from around the globe dedicated to educating parents about the best digital stories, educational apps, fun games and technology products available for their children. We also offer the latest news in apps for kids, interesting articles and developer interviews, as well as free apps and regular product and promo code giveaways.

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Special Needs Blog - His Writing on the Wall - "Where less desirable behavior is given a hug and a cookie! My 5-year-old son has classic Autism and when he first started to hold a crayon and write, it was on my wall. I have stopped fighting the battle to keep clean walls and joined him."

Cool Mom Tech - the coolest technology toys for parents (and kids)

Say it with speakers: a customizable Jambox makes an awesome gift Not to feed into any stereotypes or anything, but in general, guys like tech. Oh sure, maybe your fella would be pumped to get a t-shirt inscribed with "World's Greatest Dad" for Father's Day, but let's just say, for argument's sake, that he might really really like to get an awesome, color-customizable Bluetooth speaker with killer sound instead.

Digital Storytime - Reviews of Childrens Picture Book Apps for iPad

Love iPad Books? So do we! ♥ Hundreds of thoughtful, literary reviews of iPad & iPhone kids book apps for ages 2-12+. Kid-tested & run by a mom & educator. ✏ Intuitive database, search by age, price, subject or features. Check out our sale page for the best daily deals!

Fun Educational Apps for Kids: Reviews, Daily Deals and Giveaways

Children seem to have an inborn connection with nature. Whether it's chasing butterflies or blowing dandelion puffs, there are always things for them to explore in the natural world. A Place to Grow - Interactive Children's Book is a way for children (from age 3-8) to see nature from the point of view of a tiny seed. -

Teachers have plenty of email to manage from parents, so getting notified for every new Twitter follower can be overwhelming. Once you have a Twitter account, go to the Twitter home page, click the gear on the upper right hand corner, and then Settings.

Special Apps, Special Kids

App and tech product reviews from the perspective of a Speech Language Pathology Assistant and mom to two children with special needs.