Is It Free?

No. The app will cost you $2.99 but features no ads or additional in-app purchases.

Ages Designed For?

5-10. Younger kids may need help along the way to read out the questions but otherwise the app is really for all ages 5 and up.

What's The App About?

One of our favorite development studios for apps that focus on learning blended in with play is Tinybop.  They’ve been behind apps that teach kids about the Earth,the Human Body and even Skyscrapers.

Me: A Kid’s Diary is not just a unique app for Tinybop, but it’s a unique experience unlike anything else in the market.

It takes the drawings, pictures and words that your child uses as answers for hundreds of questions and then uses that to create a digital portrait of your child.

All their likes, dislikes, fears and feelings are laid out in an interactive, beautiful and easy to navigate mind-map. Everything is stored locally on the device itself so the diary remains private at all times.

Plays Like: Nothing Else

What’s The App Good For?

It’s an incredible way for children to better understand who they really are and how they feel about all kinds of different things. It’s powerful in how it uncovers a lot of dormant emotions and thoughts that kids might not share otherwise. 

Is Me: A Kid’s Diary Worth It?

Yes, absolutely. Kids are going to have a lot of fun filling the app up with their thoughts, drawings, pictures and emotions. It’s great for developing a sense of self-awareness and for the way it gets kids to express themselves. The app provides a really unique experience on today’s smart devices and it’s one of our most highly recommended apps.

Download on the App Store