- Minor bug fixes and improvements
- Fixed settings bug that was preventing changes from being saved for some users
Ratings and Reviews
Bring back child's tracing
This app would have gotten a 5 star but they took away the feature where after your child completes the drawing of the shape, it shows the background of what the shape is and their drawing was. I liked my little's drawing being in the end result showing what the shape was
great app, lefty adaptations?
this is a great app. my son has autism and he has a very difficult time imitating people writing or tracing letters, lines, or shapes. however he understood the concept of this app and follows the tracing very well. he gets a big smile on his face when he finishes a shape or word. he's proud of himself and i'm proud of him too :)
only problem: my son is left handed and for the letter "o" he would like to make the stroke clockwise instead of counterclockwise, but the app marks that as "incorrect" and makes him restart tracing the letter. It'd be great if there can be a "left handed option" here but "o" is the only letter that my son consistently would get "wrong." the stroke also affects letters like b, d, p, g but i dont know if theres a preferred way leftys write those letters that might be different from rightys. (im a righty and my son is a very inexperienced lefty so i dont know much about leftys)
I love this app for my preschooler. Nothing too overstimulating, just clean and simple, yet cute and fun enough to keep her hooked. I feel good about letting her have "screen time" because she is practicing her letters and fine motor skills!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.