*** Winner of an Apple Design Award ***
Metamorphabet is a playful, interactive alphabet for all ages. Poke, prod, drag, and spin each of the 26 letters of the alphabet to reveal surprising and luminous transformations.
• Easy-to-use interface
• Responsive, organic, toy-like design
• Kids are invited to explore the alphabet and expand their vocabulary
• Adults will be engaged by the fluid, rich interactions and beautifully crafted universe
Metamorphabet contains NO in-app purchases.
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"Metamorphabet is the best interactive toy for iPad and iPhone ever." - Amanita Design, creators of Samorost
"A Best App of 2016" - The American Association of School Librarians
"The first video game I'll let my four-year-old kid play all by herself."
"Metamorphabet might just be the perfect introduction to touchscreens... Unlike most educational games, it's more playful than instructive, more of a toy than a textbook."
"The presentation is just lovely, and its laid back structure might just make it one to consider if you've a young one eager to start playing on the iPad."
"An odd and playful little toy that you'll keep tapping, touching, and twisting."
- Pocket Gamer
"I was surprised at just how easy it was for my son to play with this app. He immediately took to it."
- The Dadcade
"My favorite letter was B!"
- Sidney, age 7
The iOS mute/silent setting no longer applies to Metamorphabet — this has proved more confusing than useful.
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See the beauty and power of ABCs in an app where every letter holds secret words. Touch an F, and it sprouts a foot, then feathers, then a fan; a G becomes a guitar in a garden with ghosts. Kids will love poking and prodding their way to the end of the alphabet, while parents will dig the unpredictability and gorgeous animation in this Apple Design Award winner.
Best Kids App We’ve Found
Hands down this is the best kids app that we’ve come across to date. Our 3.5 year old started playing with this around age 2. It’s amazingly intuitive and the designs respond to almost any type of interaction from the user. As such, it’s far less frustrating than other “games” which won’t function correctly unless the child is taught what to touch and when In addition, the vocabulary works that are highlighted are varied and interesting - exposing the child to far more diverse words than ball/cat/dog but also demonstrated verbs (marching) and concepts (neighbors) and emotions (upset). Can not recommend this highly enough. Wish Vectorpark would come out with more like this!
Amazingly distractive but educational
My granddaughter was a year and a half old when she started to grab an play with my phone. I started looking for apps so she would quit calling people. I downloaded many apps but this soon became her favorite. Soon we all had this one and when your having a phone fight with your granddaughter ultimately I, you will loose. Quickly start the app and guided access.... here you go dear. I was fascinated on how someone this young maneuvered in this app all the items do multiple things morf into different items then the app speaks as to what it is. She has been picking up the letters and relates the words to real life items. Dumbfounded!!!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.