Read The Numberlys picture book with the augmented reality IMAG•N•O•TRON™, app. Bring the Numberly’s orderly, black-and-white world to life as you discover letters, numbers and fun toys with your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
While reading your physical book, use this app to follow friends 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 as they explore their world where there is no alphabet – only numbers. One day, they decide they want something different and set out to create each letter of the alphabet, bringing color, creativity and jellybeans to their world.
*Point your device’s camera at the pages of the book to discover letters, numbers and toys.
*Assemble letters and numbers to learn their shapes and sounds.
*Play with toys like floppy pizza, jiggly food gloop and whirring helicopters in your Toy Box.
*Learn words like jellybean, piston and clock with your found letters.
*Count up to 20 in a fun numbers game.
NOTE: To use this app, you *MUST* have a physical copy of The Numberlys picture book by William Joyce and Christina Ellis, published by Simon & Schuster. For ordering details, see your local book store or http://numberlys.com/bookorder
IMAG•N•O•TRON: Numberlys Edition was created by Moonbot Studios, the creators of The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore, The Numberlys storybook app, Lollipop 3 and Chipotle Scarecrow
For more apps and fun stuff from Moonbot and The Numberlys, visit http://numberlys.com.
If you love the Numberlys adventures, also download the Webby Award-winning storybook app: http://numberlys.com/storyapp
Ratings and Reviews
Camera does not work
Was so excited to use this because my kid loves the book. The camera feature does not work, yes I allowed it access to my camera, which doesn't allow interaction with the book. So sad.
Should advise us the app needs access to camera
We loved FFB of Morris Lessmore, & have been trying to read the Numberlys, however for a couple days we thought imagnitron Numberlys doesn't work on an iPhone 6. The camera was black. We eventually realized we had to change settings. A pop up warning us to do so would've been helpful.
Now, I wonder why doesn't the narrator read to us? All we hear is "whoops, the camera lost focus on the page." Can we turn that part off? We know it'll lose focus as we turn to the next page.
Lastly, it'd be nice to view the whole screen, not just the small circle window when "looking through the camera"
My 6 year old loves it
We have "The Numberlys" book and saw the advert for the app. It works great on my iPhone5. Our girl has us read the book daily. And I can't get her to give me a turn with the app!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.