My Little Geek teaches your kids their alphabet using fun techy words and beautiful illustrations. In no time your two-year-old will be chatting away about his holographic ninja or time traveling joystick!
The app is nice and simple, you swipe to turn the pages or tap on the words to hear them read out to you. As you tilt the iPad the characters will follow your movements with semi-3D animation. The background music and voiceovers are fantastic, and as you can see from these screenshots the illustrations are amazing too!
All kids need to learn their ABC’s and if you own an iPad there’s probably a little bit of geek in you, so that makes this the perfect educational app for your toddler! You can download the app for $2.99 and there’s also a free version which takes you up to N for Ninja. The app is based on a popular children’s book found on Think Geek.
Written and coded in New Zealand by Andrew & Sarah Spear
Illustrated in Prague by Edit Sliacka from Illustopia.com
Music composed in New Zealand by Matt Soong
Find out more about the app and the physical book at MyLittleGeek.com