Heydooda! Learning Animals for kids
Developer: zeec GmbH
Current Version: 1.0.2
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 9.8 MB - Download
This is a very nice and powerful educational tool for children between 2 and 7 years. The app includes cute and beautifully illustrated animals and funny animal sounds.
Kids are having so much fun to arrange the letters in the correct order to make up the animal name. Letters are correctly pronounced by a professional speaker when being dragged with the mouse or the touchpad. After completing the word, the children receive an animation and the correct animal sound as a reward for solving the word.
"Learnings Animals for children" helps your kids to learn and recognize letters, learn animal names, match letters, spell words and develop finemotoric skills. The game is tested by kids and has an optimized user interface for touchpads. There is even a variety of settings to adjust the game to different ages and abilities, so younger and older kids are all having fun.
We love to build the best learning apps for your kids. If you like "Learning Animals for children", look out for more educational games from us here at the appstore. If your kids love our sweet and cute animals, they´ll meet them again in our other games for endles hours of fun.
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- A problem with lower case characters was resolved
- Support for older 32bit Intel Macs added
- Auto drag&drop is off by default, but can still be switched on in settings
Most Helpful Reviews
Fun for my two year old - I do not have the problem mentioned earlier about cutting off letters, but my son loves to go from the free app animal one to this app from the same company. He sounds out the letters and then gets to hear the word. Great for little ones.
Buyer Beware! - DO NOT DOWNLOAD!! This app caused us to be on with Apple support for an hour to remedy our iMac. The App has no way to quit, aside from Force Quitting - and it subsequently caused issues with Safari.