In Hot Trends: Keeping kids busy while traveling can be a challenge. So, we've found a few of the best apps to keep them occupied.
For long plane rides, try "Draw and Tell." This is billed as the ultimate coloring book. There are nearly 30 colors, and you can even record your voice to tell a story, or send your creation as a greeting card.
To explore a new city, try "Roadside America." It will find unusual attractions near you. Try searching by themes, like big, animals and even "freaky hoo-ha."
To educate your kids about geography wherever you are, try "Kids Maps." They are colorful, interactive map puzzles. It even offers quirky comments when you place a piece in its correct spot.
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