Check out this fun children’s app called, TinyTap. With this free app, learning turns into a game. TinyTap can be found in for free in the App store and beginning next month, will be available for the Android.
My two-year old’s favorite game in this free app is the Monster game. It reminds us both of Monster’s Inc. because of the cute characters. In this app, she has to find which monster the narrator is asking her to find based on his description. My daughter can personally use a little work in the following directions department. She’s not used to following directions from anyone but her family so it’s great that she follows the app’s narrator’s directions.
When you download the free TinyTap app, you will receive three free games and have the ability to create your own game. This is a very neat feature. You can upload your own pictures after giving the app permission to use your photos and begin creating.
Typically, with every free app, you’ll have the capability of purchasing in-app purchases. TinyTap offers lots and lots of different games for around $1-$2 each. You can browse through the marketplace in the app to find one that is just right for your child.
Overall this app has been worth downloading. I’ve had a few little freezing issues but I’m thinking that could be my phone and not the app. My daughter loves it and that’s all that matters, right?
TinyTap is constantly releasing new features and activities to allow richer game creation and its new Jump feature does exactly that. The Jump feature enables users to jump between the pages of their games in any order they want.
Now, TinyTap users will be able to create adventure games with branching storylines, game menus and explain topics more in depth by adding a new dimension to each element on their game pages.
The Jump Feature will allow all types of users to create richer, more complex games. Kids can create fun adventure games with multiple endings, teachers can explain a subject more in depth and create game menus for different topics and parents can create a family tree game and introduce each member with his/her own personal page.