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Big Toy Book App Lets Kids Pick the Cool Holiday Toys

by Shane McGlaun
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Christmas is right around the corner and if you have kids at home or that you are shopping for getting them something cool that they really want can be a challenge. What you need if you have an iPhone or iPad is The Big Toy Book app. This thing has more than 200 different toys listed along with details about the toys and more.

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Your kids can flick through the app and when they see something they like they can circle it on the app with a finger for you to check out later. The downside to this app is that it is tied to an online store for shopping. I would rather see it tied to a retail store like Toys R Us or others.

Still the app is cool, it’s a free download, and it will at least give you ideas what to get the kids. I bet most of the stuff available in the app will be things you can find in retail stores too. The cool part about the app is also that you don’t have to worry about losing the catalog or having the dog eat it.

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