Little Lost Note, developed by Box Of Frogs Media, is an adorable children’s app for iPad that will engross youngsters in an original storyline. Can you help the Little Lost Note find her missing musical instrument?
Concept and Functionality:
Little Lost Note is a tale about a musical note who is in search of her missing instrument. Her journey takes her to many new places, where she meets interesting friends and makes new discoveries.
This wonderful ebook includes hand-drawn illustrations and animations, as well as plenty of hidden gems to entertain kids while they play with the app.
The first thing I fell in love with about Little Lost Note when I first tested it was the fact that everything is interactive and the graphics are incredibly easy on the eyes.
Everything feels very soft and gentle; even the narrator’s voice is soothing and clear. The storyline is both original and easy to follow, something which can be difficult to accomplish when it comes to interactive iPad books.
Little Lost Note not only teaches kids about various musical instruments, but also leads them on a truly fun and unique adventure.
There’s a strong feeling of wanting to help the main character with her quest to find her musical instrument. From automatic page turning and narration to a fantastic storyline and a beautifully designed environment, Little Lost Note should definitely be a hit with youngsters.
Little Lost Note includes two incredibly useful features which make it an even cooler interactive children’s book. First, parents have the option to enable or disable narration.
There’s nothing worse than having to mute your device because you want to read a story to your child, so this option is wonderful for parents who want to enjoy Little Lost Note, as well.
A unique feature that I haven’t come across very often is the ability to dim the screen in Little Lost Note for easier bedtime reading. This is accomplished by tapping the Zzzzz button in the top left corner of the storybook.
Unfortunately this somewhat makes text a bit difficult to read if parents are narrating the story, so perhaps keeping text bright white while dimming the rest of the screen would help alleviate the issue.
Little Lost Note can be downloaded from the App Store for $2.99 and is compatible with iPad. There are no in-app purchases to worry about, so parents should rest easy knowing their young one can’t get into any trouble as far as that goes.
Overall, Little Lost Note is a superbly designed interactive book that should be a perfect addition to any parent’s library.
Little Lost Note requires iOS 5.0 or later and is compatible with iPad. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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