The Sky Kids App

sky kids


It’s here, Sky have rescued our beloved Sky go apps from little hands.

They now have their own app so they can access their own TV programmes on their OWN!

Can you tell I’m passionate about this?

The amount of times Evie has brought me the iPad because she’s lost herself in the normal app in unreal.

So now she has her own version with a super cute interface which is super easy to use. With character pictures and channel logos kids can navigate their way around this app so easily.

Even a four year old can do it 😛

Sky sent us a den kit to celebrate the new release:


We got straight to work in building a den fit for our first Sky Kids viewing.

livs 2 liv den

We do love a good den.

And we do love the new sky kids app. Super easy to use and the kids have had no issues with it at all. Well, apart from the fighting over it.

Well, apart from the fighting over it of course.

So if you are looking for the perfect kids tv/catch up app then I urge you to download Sky Kids, it has an abundance of programmes to watch from their favourite SKY TV kids channels, I don’t think I have ever seen so much peppa pig.

The app is available at no extra cost to the family and variety bundle with sky Q.




Woolly And Tig App

So the Woolly and Tig app is out for all iOS devices and we have been lucky enough to be having a play.

wool and tig


The Woolly and Tig app is designed for all those big fans out there who would benefit from a visual and interactive routine for those boring daily tasks. From getting dressed to brushing your teeth, you can set day and the time for doing all these things with Woolly and even giving him a helping hand along the way.

The interactive games make doing even the most boring things fun and even include him helpful little reminders, like not making a fuss when we get dressed, this is one both the girls need to remember and now we have Woolly to give them a gentle little reminder.

The App itself costs around £2.99, which I did think was a little steep at first, however after playing with the app and seeing just how interactive and lively it is, its well worth the money. 

It also has added little games on the main screen where Woolly talks to you, he asks you to make him bounce 10 times by pressing 10 times, this is great for developing counting skills etc, especially as its so interactive as your doing it.

I have been really taken with this app and may have played on it a little longer than I should, but hey, I am also a massive Woolly and Tig fan. So its only natural I finding brushing his teeth and choosing his socks as exciting as the girls, right?! 

So, if you are looking for an interactive and really fun app to make those daily routines go that much smoother, then this app is perfect for you and even comes highly recommend by the adults of the house!

At the end of last year we tested the new Woolly & Tig App  – featuring the furry blue spider from Woolly and Tig. We loved it and now you can buy it for half the price  –  just £1.49 – It’s a January bargain that you should not miss out on if you have pre-school children.