App of the week: Gorilla Band for toddlers up to primary school learners

August 21, 2013
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The last Wasabi Productions app I tried was Lazy Larry Lizard, an interactive, animated storybook, which is still a solid favourite on the toddler scale, so I was excited to try out their latest release (it was only launched around two weeks ago).

For starters, this is one of the most visually amazing kids’ app I’ve come across. The visuals are great, and it’s 3D, something I haven’t really come across.

The app is a storybook about a gorilla band and there are a couple of elements involved – there’s a story (which can be read aloud), and interactivity where you can tap on the gorillas to activate them playing cool music.

The app is cool for toddlers for pure entertainment and engagement, and even up to primary-school kids for reading, plus there’s a bonus section which helps children identify instruments by sound and name.

This is great fun, and very catchy, and on my list of must-haves…

Good to know: Ten percent of app sales will be donated to VH1 Save the Music Foundation, which helps with instrumental music education programs in America’s public schools. The launch price for Gorilla Band is $0.99, but will go up to $3.99 after the promotional period. 

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Have a look at a trailer of the app here:

 

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  • Karen at MomAgain@40

    Thanks! Off to download! 😀

    August 21, 2013 at 9:17 am Reply
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