Last Updated: May 2nd, 2013

Back in early 2012, if you would've said the name "Fuhu" to me, I would've paid no mind to your gibberish and went on about my business. Then in June I got my hands on the nabi 2 – a tablet designed specifically for children – and it put Fuhu on the map in a big way (for me, at least). For $200, the nabi 2 was (and still is) a seriously fantastic piece of hardware for the child in your life. And we're not talking about some Playskool garbage, either – it's the real deal. A full Android-powered tablet featuring an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor. It's no joke. And that's just what's on the "surface" of the tablet – the raw data. What Fuhu did with the software really blew me away; the educational aspect of the device is absolutely second to none.

But that's enough reminiscing about the nabi 2. This isn't about reliving what Fuhu did with the 2. This is about its little brother, a tablet designed for Pre-school aged (and younger) children. Meet the baby of the nabi family: the nabi Jr.

With any device like this, a little bit of resistance is expected. Why does a three-year-old need a tablet?! some people may say. Well, it improves motor skills for one. More so, however, this is the direction schools are moving. My oldest son uses iPads and iPods (*grumble*) in class basically every day. And that's not just him, either – his entire school is like that, even the lower grades like first and second. Ensuring a child is prepared for whatever the immediate future may hold is never a bad thing. But I don't want to open the floor for a "good parenting" debate right out of the gate. That's not what this is about.

This is about the nabi Jr., how good it is, and at what age you may want to consider something like this for your little one. With that, let's take a closer look.



  • Display: 5" 800x480 
  • Processor: NVIDIA Tegra 2
  • RAM: 512MB
  • Camera: 2MP rotatable
  • Storage: 4GB on-board, microSD card slot
  • Battery: 2,350mAh
  • Dimensions: 7 x 4.53 x 1.36 inches, 0.8lbs.
  • OS: Android 4.0.4
  • Age Range: 3-6 according to the package, though that seems be to circumstantial
  • Price: $99


Left: nabi 2; Right: nabi Jr.

The Good

  • It's snappy. Not going to lie here – I initially expected some stutter or lag given the fact that the Jr. only has 512MB of RAM and a Tegra 2. I've been pleasantly surprised with the performance, however; not only is it snappy when launcher applications, but even when rotating the screen and switching between multiple apps.
  • It's perfect for little hands. The Jr. only has a 5" display, so it's reasonably sized, despite how thick and bulky it is. The protective cover actually adds some extra grip to the device, and the oversized buttons work great for little fingers that may not yet be the most accurate.
  • The rotatable camera. This is a fantastic solution to having both a front and rear camera without actually having both front and rear cameras. It's brilliant!
  • Very intuitive, easy-to-use interface. Like the nabi 2, the Jr. has a very age-appropriate interface. But it's not exactly like the 2's UI – it's been altered and made even simpler. It's pretty fantastic.


The nabi Jr.'s primary interface

The Bad

  • No Google Apps / Play Store. Like the nabi 2, the Jr. is lacking Google certification. Also like the 2, it doesn't completely kill the experience, since the bulk of the Jr.'s use is found in the included software. Of course, there's also the option of installing the Amazon Appstore as well. Still, it sucks to not have access to official Google channels.
  • Battery life is less than stellar. Like its larger brother, the Jr. doesn't handle its battery very well. Expect it drain pretty quickly, which could lead to a less-than-happy toddler.
  • Proprietary charging port/cable. At first blush, I thought the charging port was actually a miniHDMI port, but I was wrong. It's a proprietary charging port (the nabi XD shares the same type of port). Oh how I loathe proprietary crap. Was it really too hard to just use micro – or even mini – USB, Fuhu?
    Update: Turns out there's actually a good reason for the proprietary port: it's required for the upcoming line of accessories –  like a karaoke machine, baby monitor, game controller, and more – that will be available soon for both the nabi Jr. and nabi XD. 
  • The screen. Look, I'm not going to harp on this too much – it's a $99 tablet for kids, after all. But a 5" display at 800x480 simply doesn't look that great. Your kid probably won't care either way though.
  • It has a stylus bay, but the stylus isn't included. I honestly don't understand this – there is a stylus bay on the right side of the device, complete with a plastic pen-looking thing stuffed inside. As soon as you remove said stylus-thing, however, it's clear this it's just a filler. There's even a sticker on the side that says "Not intended for use. Stylus sold separately. Filler only." Honestly, not only do I think a stylus is completely superfluous for a three, four, or five year old, but the "filler" is a choking hazard for smaller children. Not cool.

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Left: Stylus bay; Right: Proprietary charging port

With the most obvious stuff out of the way, I want to jump right into some deeper thoughts about the nabi Jr.

I've been a big fan of Fuhu since the nabi 2 – in fact, my daughter and youngest stepson have that device. Thus, I was pretty excited to hear about the Jr., the perfect "first Android device" for my youngest son (14 months at the time of writing this). After spending the last few weeks playing with the device and watching him interact with it, a couple of things are apparent to me: 1. this tablet is built to take a beating, and 2. 14 months may still be a little bit young for a tablet. The latter has also helped me see how well thought-out this device is, however.

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Big ol' buttons!

For starters, the physical design of the nabi Jr. is outstanding. It's bulky by normal standards, but I think that just helps small children better hold on to it. The protective bumper is made from a food-grade silicone (much like the one on the nabi 2), so even when your little one decides to relieve their aching gums on it, you don't have to fret. The power and home buttons are also oversized and easy to press, which is one of my favorite things about the Jr.'s physical design. My son happens to love buttons, so he spends and ample amount of time pressing both the home and power buttons repeatedly. They're easy enough for him to press with little effort, and large enough that he can easily accurately navigate his little finger to them. That in itself is helping improve his motor skills. Around the outside of the device you have the volume rocker and a stylus bay (stylus not included for some stupid reason) on the right side (when held in portrait), the proprietary charging port, headphone jack, and microSD card slot (which is cleverly hidden beneath the silicone bumper) on the left side, and the rotatable camera at the top. The speakers are located on the front of the unit (can we just have this on all devices now, please?), directly above the display (again, in portrait), flanking either side of the camera.

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This brings me to one annoying issue that I have with the Jr. – the layout is confusing. As soon as you look at the device, you'll grab it, hold it portrait mode, and turn it on. Guess what? The UI shows up in landscape. Neither the lockscreen nor the nabi UI will run in portrait mode. Many of the apps do; but the primary interface doesn't support portrait. It always baffles me when device makers design a product's software to be used with one orientation in mind, but the hardware suggests otherwise. Cohesiveness is a good thing! Aside from that "issue," I rally like the Jr.'s design. It's great for little hands.

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The camera locks in at three angles: front, top, and rear

One thing I really enjoy about the Jr. is the camera. I know I already mentioned it earlier, but I feel like such a cool feature really deserves more attention. The camera isn't good because of its picture quality (far from it, actually – they look like complete crap); instead, the fact that it's both a front and a rear camera is what makes this special. I've never met a kid who doesn't love to take pictures – the Jr.'s camera lets them easily flip it to the back and do just that. But then when they want to video chat with grandma, grandpa... or whoever else, simply flip it back to the front. It's actually quite brilliant. And really, since it's for a child, the picture quality doesn't matter in the slightest. They'll just be happy to get some shots (and maybe even a few selfies).

When it comes to software, most of it is over my son's 14-month-old head. That makes sense since the packaging clearly specifies that it's designed for three-years-old and over, so I'm definitely not knocking Fuhu in that respect. Still, my little one loves to fling the screen and watch stuff move around. Even though it's not really made for his age range per se, he also enjoys it when his mother and/or I show him some of the apps – like "Learning Animals Sounds," for example. He can't navigate the interface himself, but that doesn't mean the device isn't still a great learning tool for his sponge-like mind.

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And that's really what this tablet is all about. It's about learning and development. Where the nabi 2 is geared towards helping children hone their skills in various subjects, the Jr. is about helping toddlers and other pre-school age children improve their motor skills, understand basic principles like cause and effect, and learn things like the alphabet and types of animals. But it's also so much more – it's a gateway into another world of learning. A tool that takes the place of dozens of other items – a Swiss Army knife of educational software. I wish the Jr. existed when my other children were younger.

It covers a really wide range of age groups, too. As I said earlier, the device itself is geared towards 3-6 year olds – but that doesn't mean it doesn't work well for younger children, too. For example, there's an app that can help your child learn the alphabet, which is great for even the youngest of little ones. But there are other apps made specifically for older kiddos, like "spot the difference." There really are a lot of of bases covered under this $99 umbrella.

Here's a list of the software included on the Jr. right out of the box (No, those aren't typos – there are a few apps with the same name):

  • ABC
  • ABC Coloring
  • Alphabet
  • Alphabet
  • Alphabet
  • Angie's Juke
  • Animal
  • AniMatching
  • Animated Puzzle
  • Car, Ship, & Rocket
  • Classical Juke
  • Color & Draw
  • Differences
  • Differences
  • Dinosaurs
  • Drawing
  • Find Me
  • First Spanish
  • First Words
  • Fun Counting
  • Hangman
  • Magic Coloring
  • Magic Garden
  • Monster Matching
  • Music
  • Numbers
  • Puzzles
  • Puzzles
  • Slider
  • Slider: Invaders
  • Snakes
  • Spanish Juke
  • Tangrams
  • Tell time
  • Weighing
  • Wings Challenges
  • Write the Alphabet
  • Zoo

And those are all aside from the software that's part of the nabi UI, like the Chore List  and Treasure Box for example.

While it may pack quite a few apps, the software suite itself is a watered-down version of what's available on the 2 – some of the apps still make an appearance, but things like Spinlets+ Music, a customized web browser, Fooz University, and Websites, Videos, Crafts, and Books are missing. Given the age range this device is built for, however, that makes sense. A three- or four-year-old has no use for a web browser or book application, so I only mention the absence of these apps because I'd be remiss not to.

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Just like on the nabi 2, there's also Parent Mode, which is where all the tablet's administration is handled. Parents can install new apps, edit the Chore List/Treasure Box, add/remove apps from nabi mode, and access the full gamut of settings. Essentially, this is stock Android – though it's a little... odd. The status/navigation bar uses the tablet-style layout, but the launcher uses the phone theme. Needless to say, the tablet launcher just doesn't work on a 5" 800x480 display – hopefully this is something Fuhu will fix in a future OTA. Fortunately, you shouldn't have to spend too much time using Parent Mode, so the interface is almost a moot point.

Ultimately, I think Fuhu has knocked it out of the park once again. The nabi Jr. is the perfect precursor to the nabi 2 for your little one, and at $99, it's not a budget-breaker. The amount of utility that this device can provide your pre-school aged child is invaluable – it not only helps with basic motor skills and hand-eye coordination, but has clutch learning tools that will help prepare your little one for what awaits them in school and beyond.

And while $99 isn't a lot of money per se, I feel comforted by the fact that, with proper care and supervision, this device should last my son for several years to come. The software will grow with him, and the Amazon Appstore is chock-full of educational apps that can easily be installed. It's a win-win.

As always, if you have questions, drop them in the comments and I'll do my best to answer.

Buy: Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • http://www.anivision.org/ Christopher Bailey (Xcom923)

    Got this for my son for his 3rd Birthday. I had it rooted, and installed playstore inside an hour so it's easy enough. Ever since he's learned a lot just by playing games and general "tablet manorisms". Plus it's pretty durable which is needed for a tablet like this

    • Rob

      by "playstore" do you mean the google play store? If so, could you post a link to the guide? I've looked all over and haven't seen anything on that.

  • Scott Warner

    I like your 'Bucketheadland' network

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Cameron Summerson


  • Josh Flowers

    i'm undecided on the tablet for a kid, but i agree it improves motor skills (As do wooden blocks for $5). circumstances will warrant either.
    taking it further into education (as you did with 1st & 2n grade) i can see the good & bad in a future without textbooks.
    good: all your textbooks in 1 easy to carry device.
    the bad: crap, my tablet just died & it's an open book test!

    well. bring on the future.

    • Aymen Fadhel

      "the bad: crap, my tablet just died & it's an open book test!"
      That's not much worse than the current "crap I brought the wrong textbook"

      • Becka Roush

        Does anyone know if this has the capability to video chat? My daughter love s to talk on the phone an that would be all this is missing.

  • jb

    I got my 5 year the nabi 2, she is in kindergarten and loves it. the education software that comes along with is great I actually have my 9 year take math excercises on it. definately a great company

  • John O’Connor

    I bought this for my 4 month old nephew.. Granted there are few things he can do with it at the moment, he enjoys the music applications and the ability to color with his hands. His slightly older brother (2yo) loves to run off with his tablet even though he already has a Nabi 2 of his own. They are pretty damn durable devices and much better than the crap put out by Leapfrog and the like with similar prices.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005583823144 Anthony Evans

    the wife wanted a nabi 2 for her self and loves it. Rooted it put the play store on and she loves the thing.. now she wants a nabi xd no reviews on it yet though hint hint!

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Cameron Summerson

      haha, I have a nabi XD laying right beside me, actually. Review coming as soon as I get time to write it!

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005583823144 Anthony Evans

        cant wait!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/smartguy0101 Anthony James

    Thank you so much for showing me this. I am going to buy one as soon as possible.

  • sannolee

    I bought the nabi 2 for my 6 year old daughter and she wont put it down. Its been weeks and the kids still fight over it on a daily. Its not like other toys that are forgotten in 10 minutes. We also have two leap pads that seemed to have bit the dust and for good reason the nabi is way cooler and in the long run cheaper because it comes with everything on it.. I will be purchasing a jr. when the little on turkmns 3 in june.

  • Gav456

    Fuhu nabi jr, as depicted on the box in Portrait whilst in "nabi mode" - something that the nabi jr isn't capable of... they must have removed auto-rotate abilities after printing the box, but why? As you say, the entire device looks to have been designed to work portrait (stereo speakers are the biggest givaway)

  • Gav456

    Also, nabi Facebook are 0 help, can anyone confirm whether or not this is the latest software? I'm in UK (where nabi jr isn't for sale) so had one imported of eBay, don't know if cid will stop updates. My Wings Challenge says "coming soon" - want to find out why... any help/feedback appreciated

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Cameron Summerson

      The nabi Jr. hasn't received any OTA updates yet, so that should be the most recent update.

      Wings is still in the works, and it should be rolling out in an upcoming update.

      • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

        So weird that they advertise the Jr as having JB 4.1 but it still hasn't gotten any updates.

  • George

    I noticed my son removed one of the apps on the home screen. The one on the bottom far right. How do I get this app back and stop him from deleting others?

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Cameron Summerson

      He removed it from nabi mode? Or Parent mode? If the latter, just long-press the icon in the app try and drag it back to the homescreen. For the former, you can re-add it from "add apps" app.

  • Leah

    Does it not have functionality to download books at all? I am looking at purchasing one for my daughters 5th birthday and she is already reading and we would love for her to be able to read on this.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Cameron Summerson

      Yeah. You can download and sideload the Amazon Appstore, and thus, the Kindle app.

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

    My 6 month old grabs everything he sees in front of him, including my phones, tablets, remotes, etc. And when he uses apps, he presses every single button, physical and onscreen, which usually means he quits the app he's in every 5 seconds.

    Is there anything in the Nabis to combat this?

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Cameron Summerson

      Nope. Ax does the same thing, but it keeps him pretty content so we just let him go for it.

      • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

        I really wish someone cracked this one. There are a few apps in the Play Store, but they all only kind of work and have terrible UIs. None of the ones I tried lock the physical or the nav UI buttons (I understand root would probably be needed). I'd prefer an app that would lock out everything, all buttons and screen presses and have a predefined pattern to unlock. And an alternative mode that would lock into one application and allow screen presses but lock everything else.

  • William Anderson

    They advertise the jr. With the nick jr. Pre loaded but I can't find and thing to support this. That's one of it's selling points for my daughter. I just want to make sure before I buy one.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Cameron Summerson

      The Nick Jr. stuff is coming in an update later on, but make sure you get the 16GB version of the tablet. You'll be glad you did!

      • Saint_Hammer

        The Nick Jr. Nabi Jr. is weak sauce. Glitchy real bad. No support to speak of. No updates either, and it has been nine months with our Nabi Jr. Nick. The Nabi 2 is great. I guess the Jr. might be okay for a 2 year old that doesn't mind things not working or making sense entirely, it is very easy to interact with.

  • emptyfirst

    So I gather one is not able to watch children YouTube videos or go to Nickjr and Disney website with this device, is that correct? Can you download videos to watch on it? Would like to buy one for my 2.5 year old son. But need the additional info.

    • David Kane

      You can watch YouTube through the browser in parent mode, but as far as I know, there isn't a way to have YouTube only show kids stuff. Netflix can be installed via the Amazon App Store, but Android doesn't currently support the kids-only mode, so they can watch anything they want. The iOS version supports it, so the Android version should support it soon.

  • Emily

    I do have a question, I am trying to figure out how to put the amazon app store on my nabi Jr and also, is there any nick Jr stuff for the nano Jr? Thanks and great review!

    • David Kane

      I'm sure you've figured this out by now, but for others who may come across this... for the Amazon app, go to the parent mode, open the browser and go to Amazon.com... there's a link with instructions on how to download and install it!

  • Ashley Guttuso

    A fair warning to everyone out there considering buying the
    nabi Jr:

    We bought a nabi Jr from WalMart in May 2013 and our
    three-year-old absolutely loved it. We couldn't have been happier. We'd read
    many good reviews about the fact that it was made to withstand drops, and Nora
    was actually really careful with it. Then the inevitable happened: she dropped
    it. Her screen cracked on a diagonal and only one side of it works.

    I contacted nabi Cares, but it turns out they don’t. I’ve
    been told there's nothing they can do. There is no screen replacement program
    for this product. There goes $100.

    It was fun while it lasted, but we won't be buying nabi
    products in the future. The “Drop-Safe Bumper” was a big disappointment. We
    cannot justify spending more money with a company that promises “The nabi Jr.
    will handle those little bumps and drops without complaint and with its chunky
    construction and drop safe bumper, it will make it home undamaged after show
    and tell.”

    I thought my daughter would learn great lessons with this
    device, such as number recognition, phonics, and spelling. Instead, she’s
    learned that sometimes a company cannot stand behind the product it makes.

    • momoffour

      We have a nabi 2, which was replaced by nabi, due to a faulty battery. Never had any trouble with customer service. Then today, my daughter set the new one on the floor and my husband accidentally stepped on it, completely cracking the inside screen, leaving us with a very upset little girl. I purchased a two year warranty for less than $20 at Walmart when we originally bought it, so I called, and all I have to do is send hers back, and as soon as ups puts it in their system, Walmart will issue me credit to buy a new one. I would never buy a children's tablet without a warranty that covered absolutely everything!

      • Michele Devine Joseph Lawing

        Wow 2 year for 20.00 I just spent 28.00 for a jr for 1 year...hmmm



    • Diva2c

      I feel the same way, just got off phone and they told me that I would have to pay $50.00 just to be put on a waiting list for a replacement. I mean REALLY!!!!

  • ryan holmes

    Can you put movies on the jr? I want to get this for my son for christmas he will be 2 years and 3 months I hope that's a good age

    • David Kane

      Yes, it has either 4GB or 16GB of onboard storage plus a microSD slot you can put cards into. A typical movie with 800x600 resolution takes up 500MB-1GB depending on length and quality, so I'm pretty sure you can figure it out.

      The kids can access the movies via the Gallery app on the main kids mode screen (same place they look at the pictures they've taken). You can organize the videos in different folders when you add them (it shows up like a USB stick in Windows). The only thing that sucks about the Gallery app is that is shows a random screenshot of the movie, but not the title, so it's why I suggest doing that (or download a different video player that does what you want).

  • Meljase13

    So my son is 2. Would you recommend getting the nabi jr or the nabi 2 or a whole other brand? It will be for Xmas. He will be 2-1/2 then. Also if you say nabi jr should I get the 4 gb or 16 gb? Thanks!

    • John O’Connor

      The 16gb all the way due to the limited onboard storage after software and the os. On a positive note you can put movies on a microsd card since there is a slot

  • cryss619

    I have some questions if anyone would like to answer them for me that would be very helpful..I want to buy my daughter a nabi jr. She knows how to handle any cell phone device or tablet very well she is turning 3 Years old in 6 months ..my questions are does this this device have a charging cable ? Where the tablet can get charged ? And will I be able to download Youtube and Netflix also does it come with free games or learning app? Thank youu

  • DBNR

    I plan on getting my 5yr old twins each a jr for xmas. Are there free apps to download? I heard you go through Amazon rather than Play Store, is this true?

    • John O’Connor

      You can root the tablet and install the play store and regular apps as well.

      • Trayce

        If you root the nabi tablets, the warranty will be void.

  • David Kane

    I wanted to make a suggestion to parents... put your address and phone number under the rubber cover!

    A few months ago, we came home and put our original Nabi 2 (+32GB SD card and Kinabis with our oldest's name on the back) on top of the car to get the kids out. Forgot it up there and drove to work. By the time we realized it was gone, there was no trace of it on the side of the road. I imagine whoever found it eventually pulled the cover off to check it all out, and if my info would have been there, the worst is that they would have called and tried to extort me, but most likely would have called and met me somewhere to get it (or I would have found it on the porch).

    I also wanted to point out that the 16GB Nabi Jr we bought at Walmart in September 2013 (we also found a Nabi 2 with extra charger for $100 on Craigslist an hour away and scooped it up) did not come with anything in the stylus bay or a cutout in the rubber cover to support one. I guess Fuhu abandoned that idea!

    EDIT: I'm not 100% sure why there's two pictures uploaded!

  • danielle

    When you say battery is drained pretty quickly. How quick are we taking about with normal use?

  • Kate May

    Should I get my 4.5 yr old son a Nabi Jr. or a Nabi 2? He's currently in preschool and has another yr after this one. I want one suited for him but I also don't want to purchase another tablet in 2 yrs because he outgrows this one.

    • John O’Connor

      The 2 provides room for more growth.

  • David Gomez

    I have a 2 yearold and want to purchase either a nabi JR or a nabi 2 for christmas for him. By christmas he will be 2 year 4 months. Should I get the nabi JR or nabi 2? Can you download the same apps that are in the jr on the 2?

  • Tami Mom of 4

    Not sure if anyone can help (soon enough) but I noticed others are wondering the same thing...I have a 4 yr. old and an 8 yr. old and santa is bringing the jr. and the 2 for them tomorrow night for xmas. I am doubting my (I mean his decision). They are both in the age ranges of these however, the 4yr old has a leap pad, is surprisingly good with my samsung galaxy 4, laptop, Wii, and xbox 360. Yet she is in k4 (preschool) so she is in the process of learning all the basics. But a part of me feels that in order to make it last longer I should get her the 2. That's also the same about my 8 yr old, should I get the next step up for her as well or will these keep them busy and learning longer than the 2 or so yrs (following the age guidelines on the boxes)? I love fun things that promote learning and this obviously does that, but I'm also all about saving money and making things last, as long as they are still useful to the particular person using it! (; I am getting (no, no, SANTA is getting my son a chrome book...school requests one...and my other daughter a nook...bookworm...so 4 kids and big gifts from santa mean $$$ conservation lol Also which is making me question the jr. is that I have only found the 4G didn't even know about the 16G. Ok, as you can see, I could go on an on!!! PLEASE HELP SANTA FIGURE OUT WHAT TO BRING TOMORROW NIGHT!!!!!

  • Antoinette

    I want to add baby monitor feature to nabi jr...how do I ?

  • BD

    Is there anyway to lock the home and off button so the child stays on the app?

  • Amy

    I ordered the nabi jr for my 4 yr old son can I download games thru mobogenie on the nabi jr

  • rdj

    i have a 3 and half and 2 and half year grand son and grand daughter. the grand daughter (younger) can reset a cell phone in under 2 minutes. we got them a leap pad that they like but need a send tablet so they wont fight anymore. i would really like something that covers everything with out nickle and dime-n us to death. what would be the best choice and live though the child who at the age to 1 and half was loading and running the dvd.player

  • Saint_Hammer

    We've got a nabi 2 and a nabi jr. The 2 is great the jr. is not. The software in the Wings Challenge has levels that freeze the system. The chore list is unmanageable and the "support" is in quotation marks. Read into that what you will. Pay extra, get the nabi 2.

  • Jennifer

    Are there any phone chargers that will fit the nabi jr? Our dog chewed the cord and my son wants his nabi. Walmart doesn't carry them and online will take weeks to get here

  • Sean

    I browse in parent mode to download new apps/games for the kids which you can then make available outside of parents mode. I love it because my kids never have to borrow my phone to play a particular game they like, they can just use the tablet. The other kid tablets available aren't Android based so no matter how much stuff they make available, they'd still be begging you for your phone to play Angry Birds, etc...