$1.99 -> $0.99
Sounds of Animals for Kids is the Nr. 1 app for learning new animals by their sounds. App has been divided in 7 categories Pets, Forest, Farm, Jungle, Savanna, Insects. Under each category there are 8 animals in total 56. To hear the sound of any animal just tap on it. Repeatingly hearing the sounds boost memory and make to memorize them. To check the progress we have made a test section for each category. Icons made by Freepik from www.flaticon.com
$3.99 -> $2.99
Hit the road in the awesome traveling trivia challenge loaded with family fun! From state capitals to US landmarks and key historic events, Geography Drive USA packs 800 important facts into one amazing adventure with surprises around ever bend. "This stellar app turns learning about all 50 states into an engaging travel game." — USA Today Features: • Trophies and upgradable cars that motivate game play. • Engaging trivia game play that makes learning social studies fun for kids. • The ability to track and score three different players. • A fun, game-based newspaper with headlines that change to recognize player achievements. • A visitor center packed with a map and brochure for all 50 states. • 600 American state and national geography trivia questions. • No advertising or in-app purchases. No internet connection necessary. Awards & Recognition: • Gold Parents' Choice Award Winner • Children's Technology Review — Editor's Choice Award Winner • Featured on Fox News' Gizmos and Gadgets The entire collection of Spinlight apps are now part of the Little 10 Robot family. AlphaTots Alphabet, TallyTots Counting, Pixel and Parker, Operation Math, Winky Think Logic Puzzles, Billy’s Coin Visits the Zoo, Gappy Learns Reading, Gappy Learns Writing, Geography Drive USA, Swapsies Jobs, Swapsies Sports, YodelOh Math Mountain and more! Crafted by Little 10 Robot. We believe that smiling is the first step in learning. That’s why we make educational apps loaded with serious fun.
$3.99 -> $2.99
Live by the moon! See the phases of the moon in clarity - for where YOU are now - not just the "nearest city". See a countdown to the next phase of the moon TO THE MINUTE, whether full or new, first or last quarter. See a current simulation of the moon as it appears to you - for now or any day in the past or future - on a large, simple, easy to read display. See Moon Rise and Set times - so you can plan your lunar activities. Features APPLE TV support! This IS the app you are looking for! It shows: • The current phase of the moon • The current appearance of the moon • Countdown in days, hours and minutes to the next moon phase - whether full or new moon, first or last quarter • Notifications of upcoming moon phases and lunar events • Moon Rise and Set times • APPLE TV support at no extra cost • See the moon phase for any chosen day in the past or future • Current Distance to the moon in miles or kilometres • Age of the moon • Whether the moon is getting brighter or darker • Percentage of the moon that is illuminated by the sun • Countdown to the next moon phase • Full support for iPad in Landscape, Portrait and Split Screen • For privacy, access to your device's location is not required An indispensable tool for those who need to plan their activities by the moon - Download it now. • Moon imagery is provided by NASA. • No advertising is displayed in this app. • I wrote this app for myself, but I love sharing it and getting your positive feedback - thank you for your great ratings, reviews and feedback. Please do let me know at the support site if you have any constructive suggestions or improvements. Thank you again.
$2.99 -> $1.99
$3.99 -> $.99
Have you ever wanted to travel through space? Me too! Growing up in the 60s, it was hard to ignore the moon program. If there was a launch in the morning, my teachers knew I’d be late to school. Every Friday evening you would find me at my local observatory or planetarium. They were magic. A planetarium was the closest thing I’d ever have to spaceflight, but I wanted my own. That was realized in 1987 with the first release of Distant Suns for the Commodore Amiga. Not long after that I got a fan letter: “I’m really boggled. It’s beautiful, especially when the lights are off. I am totally awed by what you have done!” the late Arthur C. Clarke, author, 2001 A Space Odyssey. And now, three decades later, 10 years in the Appstore, I am proud to introduce the latest and greatest version. Sporting over a quarter-million stars, all constellations, galaxies and nebula, planets and major moons, Distant Suns is perfect for the whole family as a personal tutor to learn about the evening’s sky. Considered one of the most beautiful apps for iOS, Distant Suns has been featured many times by Apple, including one of two featured apps on iPad launch day in 2010. Now with VR support, you can immerse yourself in the heavens, free of the Earth to glide over the moon, rendezvous with Mars, watch Saturn eclipsing the sun. Welcome to my planetarium. • With Virtual Reality mode you can orbit the moon, fly over Saturn’s rings or gaze as the summer sky wheels lazily above your head • Nearly 8000 galaxies, nebula and star clusters • Over a quarter-million stars • Save your favorites and cloud sync them with your other devices • Track which objects you’ve seen and those you want to see. • The What’s Up? Screen gives you an instant overview of the evening’s sky. • Current cloud patterns on Earth • Tear-off menus, resizable and draggable windows make for an easy to learn, yet powerful and customizable UI, with more to come. (iPad Only) • Delicate and realistic planetary renderings • The Moon map names hundreds of lunar features as well as Apollo landing sites. • All 88 constellations, regretfully. There are just some constellations that shouldn’t be. Fornax, the Furnace? Really? Is that the best they can do? How about Musca the house-fly? Why not a termite or dung beetle? And don’t get me started on Triangulum, the Triangle. Why don’t we just name every collection of three stars The Triangle. A lot easier to remember and say than Camelopardalis. “Hey son, there’s the constellation The Triangle! And over there, Mars is in the constellation The Triangle. Did ya see that neat star cluster in the Southern Triangle? • Where was I? Oh...From zero to WOW is just one tap away.
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