Kid Friday is a technology information show and news source for kids. Coverage includes websites, apps, gadgets, and current events, with a focus on websites, apps, gadgets. computers, mobile phones, iPads, iPhones, Android, tablets, and more. We talk tech, but always end up somewhere else. Thanks for making Kid Friday the number one technology show for kids. Visit us at KidFriday.com
April 13th, 2015
Episode 42 of 57 episodes
Hay Day app, Makeup Genius app, ZigZag app, Shark Tank, Fast Food, Apple Watch, Viewer Mail, Webkinz Webcast, Ponyo, Pinball, Grandma and Grandkids, Dance Moms, and a whole lot more. Find out who is called "Tiny Tike" and other potentially interesting things on show 201 of Kid Friday, KidFriday, or whatever you want to call it. You’re a Kid In A Digital World. WRITE TO US BY CLICKING HERE. Thanks for making Kid Friday the number one technology show for kids. We talk technology but always end up somewhere else. Kid Friday is hosted by 14 year-old Zoe, 16 year-old Hannah, Dave, and at times, Winston from PoochCam.com Subscribe: iTunes:Subscribe on iTunes YouTube:Subscribe on YouTube Kid Friday Is Brought to you by:StoryCub – It’s Storytime, Anytime. *The video of the Apple watch is property of Apple Inc and used for demonstrtion purposes only. 2015 KidFriday.com. All Rights Reserved. Kid Friday and all related titles, logos and characters are trademarks of iThink Group Inc. For personal use only. Any encoding, rebroadcast, retransmission, reproduction or distribution is strictly prohibited and protected by U.S. and international laws.
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