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I've been using this app for a about a month, (paid version a week) and have yet to get a pop up regarding buying more animals. Also am I missing something where the kids cluck words?? I've read a few reviews that have complaints that the app is to complicated bc the children have to understand words? There are no words in this game. Mode 1 the kids tap the screen to reveal an animal/vehicle. Mode2 they have 3 choices & the voice asked them to choose a specific. This game is perfect for toddlers to play alone. I really can't see how the developers could make it any easier. Great job guys. You have a happy child & even happier mom over here in S Jersey.
I'm sure this is a glitch or an error but this app crashed my iPhone 6s so be careful. My daughter has been using this app on and off for over a year and last week a warning popped up saying that the app may cause my phone to run slowly. Since she had played it so many times before I thought the warning must have been a fluke and let her continue playing. Suddenly my screen went black and my phone shut down never to be turned on again. I've tried charging it, hard restart, and plugging it into the computer but my phone is gone. I had not backed my pictures up either so I lost a years worth of pictures of my daughter (my own fault). My phone had just been paid off and I was eligible for an upgrade so I was going to sell it. So basically this free app cost me a years worth of my daughters pictures and the $100 I could have gotten for my phone :( such a bummer! Please be careful with this app!
I love using this app with my 18mo and 24mo old cousins. Even my 5yr old cousin likes it. I don't mind paying for an app at all, but having to continually buy more animals is annoying and when I was at the in-app purchasing screen that said "Buy All in One" ($2.99)...I thought, "Thats awesome". But when I hit the "buy" button, I was charged $4.99! ******That needs to be fixed!******* I see now (looking in the AppStores page details) there is a "buy all 15" ($2.99) and a "buy all 25" ($4.99). I don't mind having to pay that much, but I was completely mislead from INSIDE the app. There were only *4*options: 3 extra animal packages (for the $1.99ea) and then the large button on the bottom that said "buy all" for ($2.99). Otherwise, I do enjoy using it when I'm babysitting the little ones.
My 17-month-old daughter loves this app. Great for when I have a doctors appointment and need to bring her with me. But the background animals are so annoying and very confusing as someone else already said. The pig is oinking while to tapping the duck, for example. Also, the sounds and narrator voice is delayed from when she taps the button, so frequently the animal sound that the phone is making does not match the one she is clicking on. Also, in the mode where the child has to pick the correct animal of the three that are pictures, please have the narrator say they animal name. My daughter doesn't know enough to tap the word to figure out which one to click on. And kids that can read the word are probably too old for this game.
This is a fun app for my toddler to use as he's still mostly just touching stuff and doesn't have the cognition skills for more advanced apps. However, the purchase options within the app are misleading and need to be addressed. I went to buy the all animals option for $2.99 but it came up to approve my purchase for $4.99. Reading other reviews and seeing that there are actually two different options for these price points needs to be specified within the app. I'm fine paying $5 for 25 animals as this is one of few apps he can use without ads. I ask that you please fix the buying options within the app for those who don't feel the $4.99 price point is worth their money for this app.
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Funny Animals: Play and learn! has 6 600 user reviews.
Funny Animals: Play and learn! has an average rating of 4.2.
The latest version of Funny Animals: Play and learn! (1.4.2) was released on Oct 20, 2017.
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Baby must application (6 months – 3 years).
Funny Animals is an application which will take you or your child to
the magical world of animals.
Come and play with these cute animals!
As one of your baby’s first apps, this surprisingly creative game supplies the
wonderful mixture of entertainment and education all in one!
With many colorful and inviting nature themes with animals shown
in their original interactive habitats, your baby will enjoy a simple yet intelligent game that will
encourage thinking and motor skills.
3 modes provided:
-learning: your child can play with the animal
-spot it: match an animal from its sound or name
-name it: match an animal to a sound or name
It helps your child to:
- Develop auditory, visual and fine motor skills
- Recognize animals
- Relate animals to their names
- Very easy and simple fun game
- Beautifully illustrated animal images
- Clear pronunciations
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