Disney Publishing intros four new storytelling apps for Android
Disney Publishing announced on Monday that there are now four new storytelling apps available for the Android platform. Available in the Google Play Store immediately, the apps include digital storybooks, activities, and more, all centered around the iconic Disney characters.
All four titles are only $.99 a piece right now, but most are listed with limited-time discounts.
- Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Paint & Play – Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Paint and Play is a magical 3D coloring book that lets kids bring Mickey’s Clubhouse world to life. Kids will paint everything they see, including Mickey and Minnie!
- Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Wildlife Count Along – Kids are invited to join Mickey and the gang on a globe-trotting trip to Mickey Beach to take pictures while counting animals and learning about wildlife habitats.
- Minnie Bow Maker – Based on Disney Junior’s popular animated television series, “Minnie Bow-Toons,” Minnie Bow Maker offers Minnie a bow for every situation, and kids and families can help her choose the material, color, shape, pattern, and style of bow and then watch their creation take shape!
- Disney Princess: Story Theater – Kids are invited to create their own animated movie starring their favorite princesses, including Cinderella, Ariel, and Belle, and some of their very best friends. Kids can choose their setting, characters, props, and actions, then record their voice to bring their magical tale to life.
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