Baby's Musical Hands is an award-winning musical toy for babies and toddlers for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
As a game designer and developer, I love my iOS devices. But as a new father, I realized how much my son loves them too. I decided I could put my experience developing for iOS to use, and build an app for my son to play with. Baby's Musical Hands was born!
--= Awards for Baby's Musical Hands =--
Best Infant App (iOS) - 2011 Best App Ever Awards
Editor's Choice Award - Children's Technology Review
--= Reviews for Baby's Musical Hands =--
"Baby's Musical Hands Is a Magical App" - GeekDad - Wired.com
"Baby's Musical Hands is a great choice to increase the understanding of cause and effect in the youngest app users" - GiggleApps
"...any kid would find the fun in this one" - TUAW
Baby's Musical Hands features 15 brightly colored squares that your baby can touch. Red squares make drum sounds, yellow squares play piano notes, and blue squares play guitar notes.
Every time your baby touches the screen, colorful stars will burst from their fingers. Watch them delight in the audio and visual feedback!
Baby's Musical Hands supports full multi-touch, meaning your baby gets the kind of feedback they expect when touching the screen.
I'd love to hear from you if your son or daughter loves Baby's Musical Hands as much as mine!
Please like the Baby's Musical Hands facebook page to stay up to date on what's new with the app: http://www.facebook.com/BabysMusicalHands
Founder, Streaming Colour Studios
TIP: In iOS 6 or later, you can use your device's Accessibility options to disable the home button, so your child won't accidentally quit Baby's Musical Hands:
- Open your iPhone or iPad's Settings app
- Tap on: General > Accessibility > Guided Access
- Turn Guided Access on
- Set a Passcode (remember what this is)
- Press the Home button to quit the settings app
- Open Baby's Musical Hands
- Triple-click the Home button
- Tap "Start" in the top-right corner of the screen
- The Home button is now disabled
When you are ready to quit Baby's Musical Hands:
- Triple-click the Home button
- Enter your Passcode
- Tap "End" in the top-left corner of the screen
- Press the Home button to quit the app
Update with fixes in preparation for iOS 11.
Thank you so much for your continued support of Baby's Musical Hands!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Cute app but it needs a harp
Hi my name is Mia Strayer I am legally blind and love your little apps they are very good for cause-and-effect the one thing I would change is the drum set sound to a Harp sound I think that would sound really good especially for little kids I am a kid at heart
I downloaded these apps because I like stuff with cause-and-effect because I cannot see very well
I am definitely going to recommend these apps
The only change I would make is that you change it to a heart most babies love music I think iHarp would sound really soothing instead of a drum
This app is self-voicing and fully accessible for children who are visually impaired or blind. Thank you for creating an app that is exciting for ALL babies and toddlers!
FYI: the app does work with VoiceOver (Apple’s screen reader); however, only the piano sounds are heard, even when touching the read and blue squares.
No accidental exits or menus—yay!
No silly animation, so it’s more active play and not just watching TV. I LOVE that toddler can’t accidentally exit or hit a menu that stops the keys from working. Also love that there are no in-app purchases so I don’t have to worry about accidental purchases.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.