I’ve spent the past few weeks on paternity leave. Since my time out of the office coincided with the launch of the App Store, I’ve had the chance to try out a bunch of new iPhone programs. I’ve learned that those apps can sometimes come in handy at keeping our two-year-old occupied for a few minutes while mom and dad tag-teamed the newborn.

In this week’s video, I look at some of the inexpensive—and age-appropriate—apps that our toddler found interesting… for a few minutes, at least.

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Show Notes

Here’s a list of the apps I profile in the video, along with a link to where you’ll find them in the iTunes App Store:

I also mention, but don’t demonstrate, LateNiteSoft’s Sketches 1.21 ($6), which is more appropriate for older kids and adults.

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