AndroidGuys App Review: Toddler Lock
Title: Toddler Lock
Developer: Marco Nelissen ([email protected])
Available: Now, Android Market
Lasting Impression: Instantly gives you a toy for your child without the risk of ruining your phone.
Nitty Gritty: Whoever Marco Nelissen is he deserves a high five and a coffee on me!! I don’t know why this kind of app was never around before but it is genius!!
When you start Toddler Lock in instantly goes to a black screen. When you touch the buttons and the screen shapes pop up of all different colors. Also with every touch you hear a note of lulluby music. It works with the keyboard opened or closed as well. The app does not shut off without a specific keycode on the keyboard. On the top of the screen you see instructions to unlock the screen to shut off the app. When you put the code in you get two options for the app, force airplane mode on when you start the app and toggle sound on and off.
Not much more I can say about this app other than I owe much time and energy to Marco. Thanks for the help, not just from me but from all parents out there. If you own a G1 and a child…..own this app.
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