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Review Excerpt: Bubl Tap is a digital rattle for your iPad. It is specifically designed to stimulate infants, babies or toddlers. Is it possible for an app to be too responsive? This ...
Review Excerpt: Toca Town lets you touch, tap and swipe your way through a small town, with five buildings and one park; each offering hidden surprises and a cast of 21 characters. ...
Review Excerpt: The third in a series (see also Sago Mini Forest Flyer and Sago Mini Ocean Swimmer), this app uses a follow your finger design, where you help a character explore merely ...
Review Excerpt: This musical exploration experience turns your iPad into a musical bandstand, featuring eight sleeping animals. A tap wakes them up, and causes them to sing a song. ...
Review Excerpt: Ideal as a child’s first app, Toca Pet Doctor starts with a waiting room full of 15 critters, each with a problem. The worm is tangled into a knot, the cat has ...
Review Excerpt: This app contains two short musical adventures — Row Row Row Your Boat and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. Each is especially high in child control. In order to move ...
Review Excerpt: This is a simple musical busy box type of experience with five screens of animated pop-up objects, all related to Christmas. As you explore, you listen to a looping ...
Review Excerpt: Like “Forest Flyer” (CTR June 2013), where you fly a bird around with your finger, Ocean Swimmer uses the same game mechanic using a little fish, with more ...
Review Excerpt: This celebration of Sesame Street characters (including Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Abby Cadabby, and Oscar the Grouch) looks good, but the design could be more ...
Review Excerpt: One of the delightful surprises we spotted in Cinekid’s 2013 Applab was Drawnimal; an app that contains 26 animals… one per letter. Children first pick a ...
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