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On Coloring Apps, you will found thousands of free coloring app pages to color. These coloring apps and games are fun and they also help children develop important skills such as color concepts, eye-hand coordination, picture comprehension that forms the foundation for early learning success.

Young kids are mesmerized by colors, so what better way to jump-start their education than through our list of coloring apps.

    Colouring in is calming, enjoyable and prompts creative thinking.  PicoToONs brings the experience of physical colouring books to electronic devices and adds some extra graphical flourishes to distinguish it from the paper versions.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Smart baby is an educational game for the early development of children from two years old plus. The game has six learning games for pre-schoolers with a combination of letters, numbers, shapes and colours. The app claims to develop the child’s logic, attention, memory and fine motor skills.

    Devices: iPad


    Read and Color is an American application available on iOS. The app contains three beautifully illustrated children’s books with a unique an interesting story line featured in all. The stories are displayed as vibrant digital pages and can be switched to a no-colour version for the children to colour in and engage. The app is free form in-app adverts but has links to in-app purchases for further books from the developers.

    Devices: iPad


    A 3D colouring application based on augmented reality technology.

    Devices: iPad


    Literacy, problem solving, and social skills are enjoyably weaved together in this story book app where the reader makes the decisions to influence the adventure.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Using a well- designed mix of virtual tuition and real world practice, Color Smart teaches children not just about the history of art but how to apply the different principles of painting to allow them to more effectively unleash their creativity.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    The Anti-colouring Book app is a unique concept by Susan Striker that steps away from the traditional colouring book pages and encourages the child to use their imagination and critical thinking skills rather than colour in a pre-conceived drawing.

    Devices: iPad


    Pick from 40 fantastic Hey Duggee images, and use the awesome colouring tools to make your own masterpiece. Time to get creative!

    Devices: iPad


    Art Class with Dr. Panda app inspires children to try new arts and crafts like kites, pinwheels, clay, pots, vase, cup or more. The app develop children's creativity and promotes fine motor skills.   Art Class with Dr. Panda may also inspire them to try the crafts in real life by building their confidence in their abilities and giving them new ideas. Kids can learn a few techniques for fun arts and crafts projects. They may even be inspired to try similar activities offline. Kids also can express themselves artistically through a few select opportunities to make creative choices. 

    Devices: iPad


    Color & Draw is a complete artistic solution for TABLETS. It invites kids to draw, color and decorate drawings or photographs. Coloring pages have voice over invitations to get their creative juices flowing.

    Devices: Android


    Pairing an innovative 4D app with exclusive Crayola Color Alive Action Coloring Books, Color Alive gives parents and kids the ability to interact with their real world creations like never before. Characters fly out of your colouring pages, coming to life and interacting with you through augmented reality.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Dino Tim is a gamified approach to teaching counting skills. A superhero dinosaur and a good witch work together to defeat the bad guys by exploring shapes, numbers and colors with a big side of fun gameplay that will also hone fine motor skills.

    Devices: Android , iPad