Learn languages, decorate a dollhouse, and get ready for school. The 50th app report brings you the latest news and product announcements from our network of family-friendly app developers. If you have news to announce, or simply want to get a sneak peek at next week’s news, visit the Product Announcements forum.
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Apps for Little Ones
|Baby Learns Simple Objects. by Bebebe Co.: Your child is beginning to explore the world! There are so many new and interesting objects that must be remembered. Let’s make it easier with Baby Learns Simple Objects! With this application your child can learn the names of the common objects that surround him. iPad: $0.99|
|Smart Speller Multilanguage by Lemberg Solutions Limited: Learn to spell in 14 languages. With its 80 original pictures across 7 categories (numbers and colours, fruit & veg, vehicles, farm animals, shapes, body parts), the game is played by tapping a moving object and then completing a word puzzle. The word selection features basic and most common words from each category, thus enriching the child’s vocabulary. iPhone and iPad: Free + $4.99 In-App Purchase|
|Little House Decorator by JumpApp: If your child likes to play with dollhouses this is the perfect application. Select one house that you want to decorate or decorate the entire neighborhood. Choose the furniture and decorations to be placed in your house. Select characters that live there. See how much fun for your child will have with Little House Decorator. iPad: $1.99|
|Updated Lola’s Alphabet Train by BeiZ Ltd.: Lola’s Alphabet Train is perfect for children aged 3 to 8: it is an easy, fun way to learn letters and spelling. Four more languages have been added, which now includes: English, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Norwegian, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish. iPhone: $1.99, iPhone Lite: Free, iPad: $1.99, iPad Lite: Free|
|Trouble at Trio Farm by 123 Number Fun Pty Ltd: Farmer Freda Three lives at Trio Farm and sells fruit and vegetables from her farm shop, but one day a four legged thief broke into the shop and ate most of her apples and turnips. Help Ernie Eight the Policeman and Freda solve the mystery of the missing fruit and vegetables. iPhone and iPad: $2.99|
|Ready for School by Mandy Moore: Help your child prepare for school with this fun fictional story walking them through their first day at school hour by hour. Using read aloud narration and fun children sound clips this is sure to catch their imagination. After following the characters through their first day at school you can think back to the story and answer some simple questions, this enhances your child’s story comprehension and provides a talking point between parent and child. iBooks on iPad: $2.99|