Nahla vs Littledee Pty.Ltd are the creators of the one of a kind iphone and ipad app and they are excited about the ease of use of this app designed for all newer models of the iPhone and iPad. The animal sounds are from iTots and the creators believe they give children the chance to interact and learn, with pre-made sight and sound flashcards. The newest version 1.02 has added eleven new animals and sounds for users who have the full unlocked App. Camel, Chicken, Cow, Donkey, Kookabura, Owl, Rooster, Seagull, Seal, Whale, Wolf are the new additions.
The Company has created a collection of apps for kids to learn and grow with on the iphone and ipad and, the application downloads are all free. Titles such as Math and Memory Match and Flashcards for kids are engaging and educational content that captivates and encourages kids to learn more quickly and effectively.
An "app" is really much more than just a shortened slang term. The days of the software office suite are giving way to a new era of individual units, each purpose-built for a specific function. In January 2011, the American Dialect Society named “app” the word of the year for 2010. That action alone says a lot. Being named word of year signifies that a term is trendy and growing in popularity.
An app is not just any old software program; it is a special type of software program. An app typically refers to software used on a smartphone or mobile device such as the Android, iPhone, BlackBerry or iPad, as in “mobile app” or “iphone app.” The easy to install Animal sounds app can be found through the iphone app store and are completely free.
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