Alice for the iPad 4+

Oceanhouse Media

Designed for iPad

    • 3.5 • 2 Ratings
    • £2.99

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Enjoy Lewis Carroll's original Alice in Wonderland digitally remastered for the iPad. Alice for the iPad is a stunning treasure for the whole family to enjoy, one of the most gorgeous books in all of human history.

And now, for a limited time, you can purchase Alice for iPad at a price that is 70% off of the original launch price!

Tilt your iPad to make Alice grow big as a house, or shrink to just six inches tall. Throw tarts at the Queen of Hearts - they bounce off her! Witness the Cheshire Cat disappear and help the Caterpillar smoke his hookah pipe.

This wonderful book includes hundreds of pages and amazing animated scenes. Watch as full-screen physics modelling bring John Tenniel's gorgeous illustrations to life.

The review are in...
• “It reinvents reading.” - The Huffington Post
• "I am blown away.” - Gizmodo
• "The future" - BBC
• “A new generation of pop-up books.” - The Independent
• “Shows why e-books are cool.” - Mashable
• "Sumptuous." - The Sunday Times

More features features...
• 52 incredible digitally-remastered pages in abridged mode
• 20 breathtaking animated scenes
• 250 pages with dozens of illustrations
• Pictures that move and animate as you tilt or touch your iPad
• The perfect interactive story for entertaining kids

What’s New

Version 4.0.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

MMinton ,

Interesting - but could have been so much better!

This is a fascinating variation on presenting a text, but despite the bright colours it is actually very limited... Objects differ, but their behaviour remains constant; things - tarts, flowers- fall, graphics move (slightly) from side to side, but there are few surprises. The heavily cut text doesn't help experience the narrative (too many sub-Carroll linking passages don't help, either).

It's a good show-off-the-iPad app., but it's expensive, and a long way short of the original. I wish I'd waited for the next version...

WELL - the next version is here, and very sadly all that's changed seems to be the addition of missing text, added on pages of identical background. No new animations; just page after page of static text....

Vicker23 ,

Really quite naff

I will admit that I’m an adult reader who was curious about this app. I thought it looked a bit like the Alice pop-up book I’d had as a child. I was quite disappointed though as there’s not enough variety. All the text pages are very uninspired and dull, while there aren’t enough interactive pages for my liking - and the animations often don’t have much to do with the story. I quite liked the Cheshire Cat, however...

MagicBoxHat ,

Beautiful & stunning - The best iPad book!

This book is incredible, a genuine reinvention of the electronic book! I've been showing this to children (and adults) and they love it! I got this app after reading about it in The Sunday Times and watching the video. The critics are right, this really is the future of eBooks. The Mad Hatter's Tea Party is intriguing -- shake the iPad and the Mad Hatter bobbles about the screen. I use this to demonstrate my iPad's abilities.
You can turn the iPad upside down and Alice grows oddly tall. Rock the iPad gently and all kinds of strange and beautiful things start happening to the scenes. The artwork is brilliant and the story's as great as ever. Good old Lewis Carroll ! If you're looking for a good way to explain to your wife why you bought an iPad, this is it. I'm struggling to wrestle the iPad back off everyone I show this app to!
The physical simulations are great, they respond to all kinds of different changes in the iPad's orientation. Every telling of the story is different. What would make it perfect is a recorded narration, so you can leave young kids alone to be entertained by it. Having said that, it's quite motivating not having narration, since adults are then more likely to sit and read this with a child -- an experience I can recommend.

Looking forward to more titles adapted with this technology. Amazing work!

App Privacy

The developer, Oceanhouse Media, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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