Bottom Line: Older tech-savvy toddlers won't be dazzled by the simplicity of this free, cute animal sounds app, but the youngest and newest users will enjoy popping around the zoo and farm while parents don't have to fret about little fingers buying anything accidentally or opening up awkward links thanks to solid parental controls.
Ever wondered how to improve your child's learning skills in a fun and clever way? Then try Animals: Sounds & Games. Play with 20 cute animals in the farm or zoo settings, and help your child develop fine motor skills, problem solving skills, hand-eye coordination, improve his memory and enrich his vocabulary. This app contains various mini-games: Peg Puzzle, Jigsaw Puzzle and Guess Who. The amusing, attractive characters, all of whom make funny sounds (similar to real animal sounds), make learning fun and exciting for your toddler. Record the animals' names with your own voice, and in your native language, to deepen the bond with your child.
My kids are (thankfully) years past potty training, and we didn't have apps back then. But for all of those who get the joy of toddlers learning now, Potty Training Learning with the animals is a fun take to support the concept. All of the animals have butterflies in their tummies when they need to go, and with a little help from the user they make their way to various types of potties or toilets. The animals all are pictured in a familiar environment, making it fun for little ones who love animals. There's even a potty dance song that will likely be loved by all young children.