Wildlife comes alive all around us in the spring. As the weather becomes warmer, wild animals begin a new life cycle. You can passively watch this pageant unfold in your backyard, or use the following apps to learn more about wild animals.
Petting Zoo by Christoph Niemann ($1.99) - Darling illustrations of wild animals come to life in this humorous interactive app for kids. Tap and swipe animals, and see them react to your touch. (Mobilewalla Score: 97/100)
Audubon Birds ($14.99)* - Go birding with this comprehensive app, and you will be able to easily identify any bird you see in North America. Audubon Birds also tells you where to look for birds, and includes a journal to record your sightings. (Score: 91/100)
Goodnight Safari (Free) - Don't tell your little one to "go to bed." Ask him or her if he or she will help you put the animals in Africa to bed with this charming interactive app. (Score: 83/100)
Kids Zoo Animal Sounds and Photos (Free) - Toddlers can learn the names of common mammals, birds, reptiles, insects and sea animals while viewing photos of them and hearing the unique sounds they make. (Mobilewalla Score: 91/100)
Wonder Zoo Animal Rescue! (Free)* - Players save animals from danger and then move them to their own zoo. Once at the player's zoo, the players must tend and care for these rare creatures. (Score: 89/100)
Animal Planet (Free) - The app gives you access to amazing videos and other educational content about animals. (Score: 86/100)
Apps with an asterisk* denote availability on Apple and Android. Mobilewalla is a search and discovery engine scoring every app.