Match the pictures to the sounds: here's an app dedicated to the children
Today we will talk about an application dedicated to children. It's an app-game that helps children to associate the names and the sounds to the images.
With this app, children will learn to recognize the animals and objects of common use, discover the sounds, and learn the names.
The app integrates approximately 400 different images, catalogued by category. Each icon to click that will show more images in order not to make the experience of using too static. There are the sounds associated with the tabs so as to allow children to learn the sounds of animals, sounds of the means of transport, and so on.
The app works even without internet then with no risk to the children playing with an iPhone or an iPad. The image quality is excellent.
As we said, the app shows images and plays sounds, but that's not all. Each tab has a name (e.g. ass, chicks, camera, etc) and how you “speak” allows the app to communicate even the name of the card open so teach it to the children.
To activate the functions of pronunciation and spelling, you will need to go into the settings and enable the two toggle. You can also choose the language in order to teach the children the names in other languages.
The supported languages are: Arabic, chinese, chinese (traditional), Korean, Danish, japanese, Finnish, French, German, Greek, hindi, English, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, thai, German and Turkish.
In short, it is a very simple app, unfortunately not treated very graphic, but satisfying for the little ones, maybe up to 5 years.
The application requires iOS 11 or later to function. If you are interested, the app is available for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch for free on the App Store. You can download it from this address. Inside the app, we have to remember that there is an optional package available via in-app purchase. For more information, here is the link to the page official web of the developer.
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