In celebration of August being "Family Fun Month" this year, the InsideBB blog has posted a few great app selection that are safe for the whole family. Sometimes finding child friendly apps and games can be a task, so here are a few selections to get the fun started on your BlackBerry tablet:
- Wet Paint (Free) – Wet Paint is a fun painting application for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet that allows youngsters and parents to create refrigerator-worthy art without any messy cleanup.
- Nodebeat ($.99) – The NodeBeat music app for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is fun for all ages, but for parents who want to start their future composer young, the learning curve of NodeBeat is fast and my colleagues with kids tell me toddlers love it.
- FlickPairs (Free) – FlickPairs is a memory-style card game featuring images from photo-sharing site Flickr™. See if you can match all the pairs faster than your tween; just remember not to celebrate too much if you win – you’ll just embarrass yourself and your kid.
- Photobooth ($5.99) – Photobooth, as the name implies, takes photos much like a traditional photo booth. But it also does much, much more. You can add frames, text, and other décor to your photos and share them online once they’re done. It’s a fun way to encourage your tween’s creativity and totally isn’t lame.
- Super Air Hockey (Free) – Just to give you fair warning, Super Air Hockey for the PlayBook will bring out your competitive side. Sharpen your shooting skills against the PlayBook before challenging your teen, allowing you to more easily be crowned Super Air Hockey Champion of the House.
- BeZombied (Free) – BeZombied combines a challenging matching game with a flair for the undead. By using your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet to slide and match zombie parts, you and your teen can destroy all zombies and keep your brains intact.