California based Digital Media Interactive today introduces Hello Zoo for Kids 1.0, the arrival of baby’s first animal app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Hello Zoo is a fun and educational app for infants and toddlers. Touch anywhere in the landscape background to trigger a flipping dolphin, roaring lion or jumping goat. Designed to engage young eyes from the bouncing hippos to the colorful continents on the world map, this app is sure to entertain for hours.
PixelMat has released Play Zoo 1.0 for iPad. Play Zoo is an interactive game based approach to introduce children to 18 diverse and whimsical animals, ranging from leopards and kangaroos to peacocks and ostriches. Each of the 18 animal pages is a game. A child has to find where a baby animal is hiding and then collect food or play things for the animal. Play Zoo is ideally a joint activity for a parent and a child, although children can also play with the app on their own.
Virginia based Pumpkin Approved today announces an update to the children’s app Goo Goo Zoo. This quirky iOS game introduces children to baby animals through humorous animations. Goo Goo Zoo features baby animals that react to touches. Version 1.2 brings a baby owl to the zoo. Other enhancements include an enhanced play mode to allow children to interact with the same animal over and over before choosing to move to the next animal.
To celebrate the launch of the new version of The Farm HD 1.0, the first opus of their educational app collection, Breek has announced a discount on its last app The Zoo for iPhone. From May 19, 2011 to May 20, 2011 for a limited time only. With the The Zoo for iPhone, children discover the animals of the zoo, their sounds and their names in four languages. Kids can navigate throw a gallery of animals or play with the quiz and the flip-book.
To celebrate the launch of the new version of The Farm HD 1.0, the first opus of their educational app collection, Breek has announced a discount on its last app The Zoo HD, for a limited time only. From May 19, 2011 to May 20, 2011, the price of the app will be only $1.99 USD (instead of $3.99). With the The Zoo HD, children discover the animals of the zoo, their sounds and their names in four languages. Kids can navigate throw a gallery of animals or play with the quiz and the flip-book.
Breek today introduces The Zoo HD 1.0, their new educational app developed for iOS devices. The Zoo HD offers a fun and interactive approach to stimulate your child’s mind. Toddlers will use The Zoo HD as a classic picture book, children will learn a second or third language while playing and having fun. The kids of the development team, Lea, Vivi, Louis, Yanis and Helene, take an active part in the project by designing, testing and declaring it fit for duty.
Virginia based Pumpkin Approved today announces Goo Goo Zoo 1.0, its debut game for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Goo Goo Zoo is a fun, quirky children’s game which features baby animals reacting to touches. Each animal has an identifiable baby action that it performs when touched. Animal names are displayed on screen to help children learn to identify them. Goo Goo Zoo won’t make your children into geniuses, but it will keep them laughing.
Just a week after hitting the top of the iPhone’s education charts, Googly’s Alphabets in the Zoo application for the iPad is featured on the front page of the iPad’s App Store under New and Noteworthy. Alphabets in the Zoo features a charming new animated alphabet song and story to help children learn their letters as they look, listen, and sing-a-long. Children’s mobile application studio Googly is overwhelmed by the positive response the app has received.