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This App would be awesome but seems to have issues. Even though I got the subscription the content remained locked for most of the day, even though it said my subscription was active. At some random point it finally opened up, what changed I’ll never know. Now for 2 days it opens and works, but there is no sound. It’s not my tablet because we can hear every other App and sound, but this one is just silent no matter what I try. And the sound REALLY matters for almost everything, especially since my 3 year old doesn’t read yet. No sound makes it basically unplayable. Like I said, the content would be awesome and when it did work for a brief amount of time he loved it. But I’m frustrated at the wasted hours I’ve spent trying to get this thing to work correctly. PS...the iPad is brand new and in perfect working order. Hope someone can help!!
My son loves Curious George. Adores him and has for years. He has special needs, so he ends up fixating on stuff for awhile. Thought this would be fun for him, but honestly, there’s too much content for it to be a Curious George app. I get that the other part of it is World. I love what is related to Curious George within the app. BUT, we aren’t paying over 60 dollars every single year for an app. It’s just not happening. There’s enough free on the PBS website and from other apps we’ve bought for just a couple of dollars. In relation to other subscription services and streaming services, this isn’t a good deal at all.
We loved the trial so I went ahead a bought the full year. Once I bought it the app never worked, it wouldn’t let us log in to the app. They had horrible customer service. Nobody could help us get our app open. Sad part is my kiddo really loved it. I believe I paid like over $60 for this and we couldn’t use it. And then they want you to ask apple for a refund. And apple redirects you to the curious world customer service. Never got to enjoy this app and I never received a refund either. Very disappointed.
I’m sure the new update is great. Unfortunately, the app no longer works on my son’s iPad mini, since installing the update. The iPad is running iOS 9.3.5 (due to it being an older model). The app page says it requires iOS 9.0 or later. I paid for a year subscription back in May, so I’ve got 6 more months left. This obviously doesn’t make me happy and needless to say my son is pretty bummed too. Please fix this or refund me the remainder of my subscription fee. I’ve tried closing the app and even reinstalled it. All the usual things to try are not working.
According to Wall Street Journal, this app is sending information such as your child’s age and name to Facebook, and does not have a better explanation for this other than “it wasn’t by design”. Please be careful and make sure to research the apps you let your children use before you download them. Many apps nowadays don’t disclose full privacy information or let you opt out of sharing your child’s data. Not only is collecting children’s data without consent morally wrong, it is also prohibited by Apple and Facebook standards.
Developed by Kidsy Ltd..
Curious World: Play Learn Grow is ranking in Education & Games & Family
Last update was at Feb 17, 2020and the current version is 2.7.
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Curious World: Play Learn Grow have a 270a user reviews.
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