Thursday, January 16, 2014
Peekaboo Barn Baby/Toddler App #Review
I just had to review this great app after seeing my daughter successfully use it. I kept reading about the Peekaboo Barn app from several magazines and mommy websites. I decided to download it and try it with my daughter when she was about 6 months old. At that time she wasn't too interested in my phone so I would play it for her on a long car ride or when she was fussy. She would always automatically look at the screen when she heard the animal noises.
Right after my daughter turned one she started to use my iPhone and iPad like a tiny little tech savy person. She knows how to turn it on, use the home button, press the buttons and click on her favorite apps. She would look at peekaboo barn from time to time. I would hear her imitate the animal names.
A few weeks ago I was completely proud when my daughter could say every single animal on the app. She would hear the sound the animal made, click on the barn doors and say each name. I also noticed her picking out and saying the animals names if they popped up on the TV or in one of her books. I had an appointment today at the doctor's office where there was a horse. She pointed it out and said horse!
I have to thank Peekaboo Barn for that. It is a simple and colorful app with many cute animals. First you hear an animal noise then you click on the door to reveal the animal. A few seconds later the word pops up and it is also said out loud.
With the new updates you can change it to many different languages. Since my daughter knows all the animals in English we now set it in Spanish. So far she has gotten a few down. You can also record your own voice for each animal.
I really recommend getting this app if you have a baby or toddler. Really worth the money. I know they have it for iPhone and I believe that have it in the google play store too.
Are there any great toddler apps your child loves?
**I was not compensated nor received a sample or product in any away from the company. I chose to review this product on my own because I felt that it would be useful to my readers.