Touchy Books is magic

Touchy Books is magic

Want to keep the kids busy while on the road or in the doctor’s office? Well, the devs behind Touchy Books are aiming to help you out. They provide a stimulating experience for the youngsters. Personally, 4 and 5-year-old love it. Since showing them Touchy Books, they want to grab my phone whenever they see me put it down. The app itself packs loads of great features, like:

  • Evaluations
  • Reader number count
  • Page selection
  • Story evaluations
  • and more

This experience provides, narrations, music, sound effects, animations and much more to keep the kids occupied. It’s recommended for ages 1-10.

If you’d like to download Touchy Books, you can do so by using the box below. You might also want to check out Moon Secrets another pruduct of TouchyBooks.

So have you downloaded Touchy Books yet? What do your young ones think of it? Let us know by leaving a comment!

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  1. GiqueGEAR_Todd
    January 05, 00:23 Reply

    Awesome idea for the harried parent, with the benefit of some slight educational value as well. Is there anything a smartphone can’t do?:-)

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