The best of CES 2018: Must-see picks for parents!

From cool coding toys for kids to swanky tech accessories, health tech + all the stuff you never knew you needed…until now.

Apps parents should know about: Whisper

A few years ago, we warned parents about Whisper, a free app that allows users to post about anything and everything anonymously, then connect in groups based on interests and location. But recently, a Denver teen was lured by a sex offender through the app, which is...

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Carpooling just got way easier, thanks to the Figure8 carpooling app

Managing my kids activities -- and the time it takes me to get them there -- is one of the more complicated parts of parenting for me. Carpooling is the solution that not only saves my sanity, but also helps out the environment. We have been impressed by services like...

BEAM Authentic lets you broadcast your cause, right on your jacket.

Now more than ever, making our voices heard has become a priority for many of us. So when we saw this new, tiny piece of tech called BEAM Authentic, we were immediately intrigued. BEAM is a wearable screen, slightly larger than a poker chip, that displays any message...

How this free app will change the way you make your grocery shopping list.

If you're like me, you scramble to text your partner the items you need as you think of them, which makes for a pretty disorganized shopping list. But since discovering the AnyList app in our Recipe Rescue Facebook group, my grocery shopping list is the most organized...

The easy way to send a free ecard for Valentine’s Day. Make someone’s day!

Whether you forgot to grab a Valentine's Day card for the kids (or to the grandparents "from" the kids?), have a Galentine pal who would love to her from you today, or are thinking about sending a sexy "shape of things to come" message (ahem) to your sweetheart before...

Is MoviePass good for families? We tried it! | Damn you, Facebook Ads series

When I first heard about MoviePass on Facebook, I thought it sounded a little too good to be true. All the movies you could possibly see, for just $9 each month? That's crazy, considering how much it currently costs us to see movies in the theater with four kids (or a...

The Best of the Best Educational Apps

Tiggly: Preschool learning that blends apps with creative play

Pretty much every time we find an awesome new pick for toddlers, I sigh about how much I wish I'd had something similar when my own kids were toddlers. I'm especially impressed by the way tech has been integrated into learning and development, even for really young...

A simple trick that could save you a ton of battery life

If you're having issues with your iPhone on iOS 10, here's a simple trick that could save you a whole lot of battery life. Bonus: It'll help with data usage too. Although Wi-Fi Assist is meant to be a helpful service by automatically switching your phone over to...

Duolingo app: Our cool free app of the week

If you're looking for a fun way to expose kids to new languages, we've been very impressed with quality of foreign language training you get with the free Duolingo app. You can choose from dozens of foreign languages, including common ones our kids learn like Spanish,...

Charge your smart phone with poop. Emoji, that is.

I've seen a whole lot of portable battery chargers, but this rainbow poop emoji one from WattzUp is definitely a first. I can already hear my tween daughter squealing. These hilarious emoji portable battery chargers work with most smart phones, as well as cameras,...

Up, up and away with the Sago Mini Planes app

Lately, my preschooler is all about airplanes, but even if your kids aren't as obsessed as mine, I bet they'll still love the Sago Mini Planes app. Similar to Sago Mini Friends app (which we've featured here on Cool Mom Tech), the Sago Mini Planes app features the...

Never miss a shot with the Cloak Bag

I actually stopped carrying my DSLR with me because by the time I could get it out of my bag, I had missed the photo of my kids I was trying to get. And walking around with the camera out in my hands? Not really the safest option. That's why I'm intrigued by the Cloak...

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