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"Kitchen Sink" approach to UI design is frustrating
After reading the Children's Technology Report review for this app I was excited to see that another Eric Carle product had been released with such glowing praise. I confess that after trying the app for myself I'm a little disappointed, not because the content is poor but because the UI and UX experience is frustrating and counterintuitive. The app manages to be overly simplistic in its button design and overly complex in its navigation, which is a weird duality that does not do much for the user when taking in the charm of Eric Carle's excellent artwork. Why are there arrow buttons in addition to the 3d swipe functionality that this developer is known for? Why are some UI elements so completely integrated into the illustrations that you don't notice that they're there (such as when you're earning ducks during the counting game), but others (like the page nav arrows and menu UI) are ostensibly bad, pixelated clip art? It is just weird to me to have so much taken care of with an app of this caliber, and then have some crucial elements be messy and overly complicated. Not what I expected. Hoping for a refinement update soon.
Content is hit and miss
We've had this a while and it never interested my toddler but recently she got into the jigsaw puzzles. I don't love the graphics for iPad games although they're great in the books.
This app will want more money from you to unlock so your child can play. I paid the initial price, and now they want more money so my kid can actually play beyond the first page. So annoying. Also, I expected that you could read the actual book, but that isn't here. There is just some longer factual stuff that my son has no interest in
- StoryToys Entertainment Limited
- 266.5 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © StoryToys Entertainment Ltd, 2017
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.