Mar 2012 02

As I have written a few days ago, we have just released Animal Tiles for Kids game. And it is an interesting question which app is better and why – in your opinion.

Animal Tiles for Kids - iPhone apps for kids vs Moo for Kids - iPhone app for kids

We want to hear your thoughts so much! Please tell us in the comments – which app do you like more and why. We will give the Promo Codes to 3 first commenters and to 3 random commenters as well. Of course, you will get the app which you like more.

In order to help you to make a choice, here are the two videos featuring the apps:

Animal Tiles for Kids:

Moo for Kids:

Want to know more? Read about Animal Tiles for Kids and Moo for Kids on their pages on our website.

We will round it up on Monday, 5th of March. Waiting to hear your feedback – it is highly appreciated! (Please note – we will use the email you enter in the comment form below to contact you in case you win. It will not be used for any other purposes – we respect your privacy.)

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0 Responses to “Animal Tiles for Kids vs Moo for Kids”

  1. mandy nite

    Your tiles game looks great from the videos 🙂

  2. Meryl

    Moo for Kids looks awesome!

    • Meryl

      Kids love animals and I think this app will be helpful for imitating animal sounds, as well as receptively identifying animals by sounds.

    • Ole

      Thanks Meryl, I think so too 🙂

  3. Rick @ Invest In 2012

    That looks awesome!

  4. Jen

    Animal kids looks great for 4 and older. I think my almost 3 year old would still like moo for kids better though. I like the auditory learning aspect of moo for kids.

    • Ole

      Hi Jen! Yes, I agree that Animal Tiles suits a bit older kids than Moo for Kids. I keep in mind your wish for Moo for Kids though.

  5. Mandi

    I would love to win “Animal Tiles for Kids”….my son loves puzzles! It is great problem solving skills for little ones…

  6. Ole

    Thank you!

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