Posts Tagged ‘itunes’
Grimm’s Snow – 3D Interactive Storybook is a new addition to StoryToys Entertainment Limited.
Grimm’s Snow White is one app your child will. The graphics are adorable and well done. The 3d pop up effects are just fantastic. Best of all the interactiveness of the story is totally fun for kids.
Snow white has now become my daughters favorite story book. She had endless fun with all the interaction of the game. My daughter giggled at the exploding magical potion. We had fun rolling the snow to make a snow balls for the snowman.
Being the iPhone junkie that I am, I have to share this awesome sale with you. Spinlight Studio Apps is having a 99 Cent BLOW OUT Sale to celebrate their first year of successful app building and also entering the andriod market.
Tally Tots was Spinlights first best seller that reached number 3 in Education and Number 80 on the itunes charts. Tally Tots also appeared in two special Apple collections: Games for Kids and Math, also ended up in itubes Education Spotlight. Tally Tots is a interactive counting game that turns learning to count into action. Tally Tunes is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
My daughter is an abosolute big fan of Max and Ruby. When she woke up from her nap I told her she had a surprise waiting on the iphone. She screamed with happiness and every 5 minutes I heard “Thank You Mommy for getting this for me.”
Max and Ruby: Max’s Mole Mash is a super and addicting game. You child will be entertained for hours helping Max mash the moles before his Grandma gets home. Since we downloaded this my daughter plays this everyday. She absolutely loves it. It’s very easy for a young child to navigate through. The menu screens are not complicated at all. It’s very simple you tap the screen every time a mole appears.
In celebration of Earth Day’s 40th Anniversary, the beloved and award winning BBC Earth series Planet Earth is now available on iTunes with a special, one-time free episode download (“Pole to Pole”) from April 12 – 26, 2010.
This jaw-dropping, 11-part series from the BBC’s Natural History Unit presents the epic story of life on Earth. Series producer Alastair Fothergrill and his team spent four years in production, over 2,000 days in the field, using 71 cameramen filming across 204 locations in 62 countries to capture the ultimate portrait of our planet. It has garnered legions of fans and universal critical acclaim with the Oprah Magazine saying “It is the most beautiful, wondrous and truly majestic series – the best thing I’ve ever seen on TV.” Using a budget of unprecedented proportions and captured on HD television or HD handheld device like the Apple iPad which launch on April 3rd.