During playtime, kids live out their dreams of being superheroes, turn teddy bears into dinosaurs and create worlds where they learn and explore. The team behind Pok Pok had exactly this kind of open-ended imaginative play in mind when designing their app.
An Apple Design Award winner in 2021, Pok Pok Playroom features learn-through-play activities called “toys”, where kids foster their curiosity by exploring and experimenting with actions such as driving a school bus or making silly characters out of building blocks as they would in a real playroom. There are no right or wrong ways to play, only infinite possibilities to learn and have fun.
Simple animations and soothing sounds bring a sense of calm as kids discover magical neighbourhoods, dive into interactive books and get endlessly creative with colouring, music making and much more. Their artistic creations can even be saved and shared.
Parents are encouraged to join in too. In the Grown Up Controls area, you can find suggestions for open-ended questions about the app’s activities to ask your child later.
New toys and content are added to the playroom regularly, and the monthly or annual subscription means there are no hidden purchases, so you can feel comfortable knowing that the app is safe for your little one.