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10 top iPad apps for kids this year

5:15 AM, Dec. 22, 2012
'My Beastly ABCs' interactive book brings together two things that kids love: narration and mythical creatures. (Gannett/File)
'My Beastly ABCs' interactive book brings together two things that kids love: narration and mythical creatures. (Gannett/File)
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Apps for kids continue to innovate, and they can now be found on most mobile devices from iPads to Android tablets to smartphones and even Kindle Fire and Nook. As this year comes to an end, here is a list of sure-fire app pleasers. While most are for the iPad, some of the apps are available across all platforms.My Mom's the Best

Snappyant, best for ages 2-4, $3.99, iPad

Filled with charming and hilarious illustrations showing why baby animals think their moms are the best, this book app is perfect for your youngest techie. The baby bear mentions his mom's hugs, so he is seen enveloped in a bear hug ...

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