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Parents Love The App! Even more, Babies Enjoy It!

The popular baby phone app is now available for Tamil Nursery rhymes! Plays different tamil nursery rhymes when your bub is making a fake call!

Music Phone 4 Bub! Tamil Nursery Rhymes, Sound Effects!

iPad and iPad Mini Support!

** FEATURES **
- Phone that plays piano sounds when baby touches one of the number keys and makes 'fake' calls
- Lots of pre-bundled Tamil Nursery Rhymes that play when baby makes a 'fake' call
- Lots of sound effects for baby to play during a call
- Bright Colors keep the babies entertained for a long time!

Your baby will love bobbing to the nursery rhymes and making sound effects! Give it a try! You won't regret it!!!

Stay tuned! And please let us know if you have any suggestions for improvement

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Twitter: @mobileroo
Support Email: info@mobileroo.com.au

What’s New

Version 12.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

General Improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

JeanneJmb ,

Fun

My son rocks out to the music,..but we fake lip sing & make up words because it's not in English or a language we know. Sadly,.there's not option to change the language. But like I said,.my son rocks out to it. We dance all over the house!!!

Tacobelle95 ,

If it's set up to work like a phone call, why doesn't it ring anymore?

Since the last update it's not ringing anymore. Fix it. I would like to see more Tamil songs and perhaps those native Tamil children sing, so my grandkids could learn the language. And how about educational songs?

And now, on top of that, it downloaded an English song. There are ads between each song. It's sad it's so poor.

VLMaples ,

Disappointed, but has potential

It was nice this app could have one personalized picture, either taken or from photo library. it is slightly engaging with pretty screens and clear piano tones, and yet this app leaves me disappointed. There is poor or inappropriate cause-and-effect between numbers and fruit pictures and the corresponding sounds. Although enrollment is in English, the music appears to be Indian in nature. Advertised as having nursery rhymes throughout, I instead found what seemed to be lullabies to me. Potential for growth and improvement is there and I will revisit future updates. Ads are very intrusive.

App Privacy

The developer, Mobileroo Pty Ltd, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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