Reading Time: 2 minutesCheck out these 10 useful apps for help teens and tweens; they can track their dreams, read in a virtual library, or tween girls can even use a period tracker.
Tweens and teens love to dream, whether they are awake or asleep, and this app allows them to keep track of their dreams, the emotions they triggered and keep a dream journal. Also a great tool to use as an alarm and works on web and mobile. More about Dreamboard
Think of this as a virtual library in which all the books are free, with millions of titles published by famous and not-so-famous writers. There is also a Wattpad community and comments from other readers so you can see how others reacted to what you are reading or publishing. More about Wattpad.
Password management apps such as Dashlane help users create strong passwords they can remember, as well as store them in one place. More about Dashlane
This period tracker for teens is a simple and discreet app that allows young women to keep track of their menstrual cycle. Using three months of data, the app estimates the beginning of the next cycle and allows users to take notes. For more information.
A multi-award winning app designed to help students stay organised and keep track of homework assignments, coursework, grades (including GPAs) and daily schedules. Click for more information.
It might seem like an oxymoron to suggest using a phone to help busy minds go to sleep, but this app is designed to do just that, with “high quality ambient sounds, pre-mixed for perfect sleep enhancement.” To download Sleep Pillow
Developed by a young American woman with a master’s degree in global health, this app creates a safe place for youngsters to discuss sex and relationships. Although the design is simple and quirky, health professionals provide medically-accurate information making it a useful apps for Teens & Tweens. Read more about Juicebox here.
Back in the day, we would spend hours (days?) creating the perfect mixtapes but kids today barely know what a cassette is! Now they can use apps such as these to create their jams. Pacemaker app.
This app lets kids make comic strips in which they both direct and star. More than 85 animated storyboards act as a guide for children to create stories with the camera, add text and showcase their masterpiece. Find out more.