Bottom line: An addictive platform game with a fabulous
twist — type in a description and lo, your enormous purple ﬂying pegasus (or
whatever you typed) appears to save the day. Great for practicing problem
solving with kids. Try it — you won’t emerge for days.
Bottom line: This app uses fun zoo animals to teach opposite words with a book, song, and game. It's a great pick for toddlers, preschoolers and those with language delays to learn important vocabulary.
Bottom line: Cause and effect musical app for toddlers that is unabashedly targeted at little girls. Preschoolers and those interested in more than cakes and flowers are unlikely to get much replay value from it however.
Bottom Line: Intricately illustrated interactive posters that are fun to explore. However, they may be too intricate for toddlers to get much benefit from if used alone or without some accompanying narrative. One scene is free, though, so definitely give it a try with your toddler.