Bubl Draw

Review Excerpt: What if you could “see” a sound? Turn your screen into a musical doodlepad, where taps become color bursts, bouncing dots, or lines that seem to have a life of their own. This is the second children’s app from Moscow-based developer Bubl (see also Bubl Tap); it could work well as a child’s first app.  According to Bubl creator and CEO Oleg Stavitsky, the idea is to link a child’s perception of color, sound and shape — a linkage called synesthesia — in this case sight and sound.  We think he’s succeeded. Stavitsky says this app was inspired by the works of Wassily Kandinsky, Brian Eno, Philip Glass and Steve Reich. Subscribers, please log into our database using your password to read the full review along with our rating, and see why this received our Editor’s Choice Award.

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