“I am a speech-language pathologist and I use it...I have loved this app for a long time! Thank
you” - Chattity
Sound Touch is the #1 app for entertaining and engaging young children -- complete with
animal sounds and music.
Stimulate children's brains and teach them all at the same time.
Listen to the sounds that farm animals, pets and other wildlife make in nature by touching
whimsical cartoons. Teach your toddler what an airplane, truck, and train sound like in a way
that they will love.
Each tile you touch opens up and reveals an exciting picture that plays a sound. The images
rotate so that children can learn to identify the object, not just the single image that is shown.
Parents and children alike love this app and you will too! Download and play with your baby,
toddler or young children -- it's easy to learn and can entertain for hours.
Listen to the sounds made by both nature and machines. From boats, firetrucks, and
horse-drawn carriages to ducks, tigers, and birds. Each animal or object is like its own flash
card; when opened, it plays a sound that is sure to stimulate each child and leave them with
awe and wonder. This app is the perfect brain-trainer to help teach babies, toddlers, and
children about sounds in the world.
Do more than just give your kids a video to watch. Let them explore and learn with their senses.
Parents of children with autism have found this app helpful in engaging their children, but truly it
is for anyone that wants to teach their kids something new while stimulating and training their
Every animal, transportation mode, and tile has five different sounds linked, so children can
learn different sounds and images associated with objects. Trumpets, birds, harmonicas,
planes, lions, and more; there are so many sounds and items for your toddler or baby to
explore! They will love playing this app and you will love sharing the memory with them.
Available in over 35 languages, this app is designed to teach anyone anywhere what sounds
are and where they come from. Allow children of any age to explore by himself or herself, or
with a parent, and to experience that joy of learning.
We added Bach's "Air on the G String" to the Musical Instruments category.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
My special needs son loves this app!
My son is hard of hearing and has some vision impairment. He loves to listen to the sounds and look at all of the animals. I was happy to learn the new update now has sight words added to the pictures.
I do think that the color of the words, the greyish background and font style needs to be re-considered for a young person learning to read AS WELL as a child who is visually impaired. The font style needs to be a standard font used in textbooks, a larger size and needs to have a enough contrast between it and it's background color to be read. I understand that you didn't want to cover the pictures with the words, but the word box is too 'visually crowded' to be read easliy. If you squint while trying to read it you will see what I mean. The strokes in the font are also too close together. Otherwise I love this app.
***back again! Thank you so much for adjusting the font style! It is so much better now. I also agree with a couple of the therapists who commented about adding a sound identification feature to be used in Audio Visual Therapy. Kids and adults with cochlear implants as well as kids with hearing loss would benefit by having an option to either choose from a few pictures to tell what sound is being played or even just having a way for the voice/text identifier to be delayed to allow for a guess. Good work!
Not just for babies!
My 8 years old son is autistic and nonverbal - he LOVES these Sound Touch apps! We’ve had them on his iPad for years, and he still plays with them regularly. It was simple for him to learn to control - literally with a touch. The repetition of the words paired with pictures is great vocabulary practice for receptive language. Also, having 5 different pictures with the same name helps him generalize things within a category (ex. dogs can be different sizes, shapes, and colors and still be “dogs”). It has helped desensitize him to sounds that used to upset him, like police sirens, elephant trumpeting, and rooster crowing. I have recommended all the Sound Touch apps to therapists and teachers and told them to share with other parents of children with special needs. (And I always show them how to turn on the voiceover in “settings”😉.) Great app...and not just for babies!!
Edit: thanks to the developer response I finally now can see the names of the animals. I should have checked the settings oops :)
My son loves this app and now I will be able to tell him the different bird names, etc. Thanks for the info!
Developer Response ,
All the items are already named :) To activate the voice-over please go to your device "Settings" and scroll until you reach "Sound Touch". Thanks
- SoundTouch Interactive LTD
- 730.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Afrikaans, Arabic, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © Sound Touch Interactive
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.