Does you child have food allergies? Check out Allergy Eats – this site locates nearby restaurants to accommodate your kid’s food allergy. With its established web site at http://www.allergyeats.com, it can surely become your online and mobile guide to allergy-friendly restaurants across the United States. This app provides valuable feedback about how well (or poorly) restaurants accommodate the needs of food-allergic customers. People with food-allergies and gluten-intolerances can quickly and easily find restaurants that will cater to their special dietary requirements. With the AllergyEats app, you can: • Search for allergy-friendly restaurants wherever you are, without the need to be in front of a computer • View restaurant ratings based on their allergy-friendliness • Call restaurants of interest • Receive directions to your desired restaurant • Take valuable restaurant information, like allergen lists, nutrition data, and more, right to your table without having to wait for a server to find it • Rate restaurants immediately
Hopscotch , is a cool new iPad app for kids. It offers a fun, interactive way to teach kids to code. This app is geared to kids 8-12, and teaches how to program and code in a visual way. It’s available as a free app on iTunes. It joins Tynker , a great website to learn the basics of coding, and Hello Ruby, a picture book to get girls excited about programming.