PicsArt for Kids - Ads FREE

PicsArt for Kids - Ads FREE

1,000 - 5,000 downloads

Pros
  • Fun for kids
  • 3 different tasks
  • Highly usable
Cons
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Expert's Review
7.0
Great

"Do you know how to draw?"

Reviewed by / Feb 04, 2013

Paint, draw and learn how to with this beautiful children app

PicsArt for Kids is a creative coloring application for kids that helps them improve their drawing skills by presenting three different activities to do: a place where they can draw freely, some cartoon drawings which they can color and a final learning section where they can learn drawing techniques by providing simple shapes.

The application includes several tools, colors and types of brushes. In addition, the kids will enjoy a clean and usable interface with simple controls and endless possibilities. The three sections are fun and useful for developing your kid's creativity, you just need to tap on wherever you'd like to go and start using your finger to create your art.

PicsArt is the developer of PicsArt for Kids and the Ad-free version, as well as other related applications. This is a perfect game for children to express their creativity and learn how to draw properly with a simple tutorial.

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Developer's original description available here
The best coloring, drawing and learning app for kids (parents will love it too!) - NOW on limited-time SALE! PicsArt Kids edition has exclusive high quality content created with our artists and it combines 3 applications in one:

* Drawing - on empty canvas or scenes never was so funny and intuitive. It is designed for kids and tested with kids. (supports up to 10 finger drawing simultaneously)
* Coloring - with wonderful cartoon Dinosaurs, Fishes, Cars and Princesses (supports multi-touch color filling) you'll enjoy playing it as much as your kids
* Learning - encompass best practices for learning how to draw by providing simple shapes and showing how simple shape can be used to draw animals, people and things.
*Ads FREE

Specially designed for Tablets now also supports phone size screens!

If having problem with filling our small areas in coloring you can zoom with fingers and drag (especially useful for small screen phones)

For any questions, problems or wishes please send an email to support@picsart.com
Thank you for using PicsArt products!

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Comments and ratings for PicsArt for Kids - Ads FREE
  • (66)

    by Mimi Gc on 09/03/2014

    I had this app over a year and my baby still loves it

  • (66)

    by Jack Bob on 12/08/2013

    I paid money to try and get app that would NOT push/spam me. This app made me so angry with constant notifications and no way to stop. UNINSTALL? FURIOUS GOOGLE ALLOWS THIS CRAP.

  • (66)

    by Tony Watson on 16/06/2013

    Good fun for the kids BUT why this app needs to be able to know my exact location, read my call logs and contact list, is beyond me. The developer doesn't even have a privacy policy on their website...

  • (66)

    by Kevin Boyer on 16/05/2013

    Its a good app but I think it needs a little more. Suggestions: Add the ability to be able to actual color in the coloring section. Not just touch and fill. Although the touch and fill is nice, it needs something for children who are a little older. Also

  • (66)

    by Jessica Johnson on 25/04/2013

    My daughter loves this app but why is it that the free app has an extra set of pictures than this one. Needs more pictures. Lots more.

  • (66)

    by Jailhouse Bradley on 24/03/2013

    While it's pretty cool and loaded with nice features, which kids (and, heck, even parents) like, why is it asking to be connected to internet "to improve performance"?