Good Night Tales 4+

Bedtime Story Videos

Plastic Cow Inc

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 228 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Help your kids wind down with these wonderful story videos. Great while traveling, grocery shopping, or when you just need a moment. Enable subtitles to read along or listen in audio-only mode. The stories can even be played offline. Always ad free!

“Enchanting! A great way to expose young children to quality children’s literature.”
Gwen Cadwallader, Teacher K–5

“I love the emphasis on quality and low interactivity.”
Rick Rekedal, Former Chief Creative of Global Franchise at DreamWorks Animation

“The voice…draws you in and takes you on the ride along with her. She’s like a warm hug.”
John Fornof, Producer, International Radio Dramas

“My child LOVED it! They wouldn't look away, all the way through the lullaby at the end.”
Jamie Woychowski

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What’s New

Version 1.2.1

- several minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
228 Ratings

228 Ratings


A Perfect Little App. Just needs more content!

So helpful at bedtime, I’m really glad I found this. The free story is quiet, lovely and was requested by my 2 year old frequently for some time. Now that she’s 3 we have purchased the other stories (there are only three of them and a bargain at .99 each). Each story seamlessly transitions into a long bedroom scene at the end which is brilliant, the perfect tool for helping young kids drift off to sleep without realizing it. The scene is a child’s toy filled bedroom slowly being revealed in a sleepy segment that balances soft, sweet music with just enough camera movement to hold the attention of a tired kid with heavy eyes. My daughter tries to watch closely as different sections of the room are panned to or zoomed in on as she seeks out hidden characters or counts their appearances in the space. It lulls her to dream land on our roughest nights when some extra help is needed - almost every time! And since it’s the parents (not the kids) who get tired of watching the same content repeatedly, I really hope they are actually working on new stories; the app has said they are “coming soon” for a long time now. My daughter - and especially I - look forward to seeing more!

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the awesome review! I'm currently working on more content. Our next story, "Ella the Phant" is almost ready for scoring and narration. We're hoping to release it before the end of the year. It helps to know the app is useful and parents appreciate it. :-) As you can probably tell, each story takes months to produce, especially since I can only work on them when I'm not "at work." But reviews like yours give me an extra boost to stay up late and get it done!

ESilva1026 ,

Strongly Recommend for Language Development

As an Early Education School Psychologist, I conduct assessments of children 2-4 years of age in order to determine if they present with any type of disability that may negatively impact their learning. By 3-years of age, children are expected to comprehend and verbally express over 500 words and should be putting together 3 to 4 word sentences when speaking. However, many children that I assess only use approximately 50 words in their vocabulary, so I am constantly urging parents and caregivers to read out loud to their children. The Good Night Tales series is an absolutely wonderful way to increase children’s language exposure. In our busy world of video games and social media, listening to stories read aloud can teach kids comprehension skills, new vocabulary words and overall language skills, and the love for reading. I would strongly recommend this series to parents, educators, preschool teachers, early education centers, and anyone who enjoys listening to stories while viewing beautifully created and age appropriate high quality art.

Goose8675309 ,


So just wanted to post this. My son used this app and books for ages 3 to 4. Then we moved on towards another app. It kinda got deleted due no new material he got tired of the books. He is currently is 5 yr. last night he asked to do good night tales. So figuring he would get tired from book right away. Great news he watched the entire book and got sleepy towards the end. By the post credits where they show the toys and with the soft music he feel asleep within 5 min. Incredible he hasn’t done that in about 1 year now. Just wanted to thank you for the wonderful product your provided. As soon as you finish the Ella the elephant we will definitely download it. Thanks so much.

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