Wo ist Mama?/ Where's Mommy?
In a Nutshell
Thanks to this great app your children can get to know their surroundings better and have fun at once
„Where’s Mommy?“ is a game for toddlers (2-3 years old children) to get to know different animals in their natural environment.
The app is for free and very popular. The children get to know different animals and their environment. Besides the children improve their fine motor skills and can play self-contained or with others. You can expand the game individually and add your own photos to form the game more personal.
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Alter der Zielgruppe
- Toddler (2-3 Jahre)
Release Date: 22.September 2011
Reviewed Version: 1.8
Software Requirements: Android 1.6 oder höher
Plattform(s): Android, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
Link to Store: Wo ist Mama?/ Where's Mommy? (Android)
This app is especially created for learning. Parents can add different photos from other objects, so the children cannot just get to know animals, they can also get to know and recognize their environment. Besides the children improve their fine motor skills and have to listen correctly when a voice asks for a certain animal. Therefore the photos present the objects in a realistic way, so that the children can use their knowledge in everyday life.
Special Needs Hintergrund
This App is not especially designed for children with special needs.
Taregt Group and Age-AppropriatenessHintergrund
The app is designed for toddlers (2-3 years old). The content is attractive to the target group because it addresses their specific interests and it is enjoyable for them and easy to interact with. The age-group is anyway learning to identify animals and their surroundings. When the voice asks “Where is the sheep?”, they can choose on their own which is the correct photo and receive a positive feedback, when they are right. After indentifying all photos correctly, a rainbow with stars and balloons appears.
The app is for free and rated with four stars (4/5). The design is pleasing and toddlers can use it self-contained. Furthermore they can involve other children and have fun together. You can expand the game individually and add your own photos to form the game more personal.
The app can please boys and girls in equal measure because different animals are interesting for both sexes and thanks to the expanding option you can adapt the content.
The game is very user-friendly, easy to understand and simple to use. It is designed to meet the target group’s level of development and abilities. The design is intuitive to the target group so that they can use the content on offer independently after first time use. There is a specific “help” button for parents. When you press this button you arrive to an explanation of the game.
Social Media Hintergrund
“Where’s Mommy?” is not connected to social media networks like Facebook or Twitter. There are no third-party plug-ins, that influence the game or disrupt the children. Users are not asked for particulars.
Commercial Elements Hintergrund
The app does not show any commercial elements, so the children can play undisturbed.
This app is especially created for toddlers. So the producers did not add any Links to Social Media Websites or other commercial elements. The content is child friendly and parents can also control the content by adding and removing objects.
The producer and provider of the content is clearly identified. The contact information in the case of questions is made easily accessible to the users. By pressing the “help”-button, it opens a new page with general information and a direct link to the contact e-mail address.
The app does not give any information about the privacy
You can expand the game individually and add your own photos to form the game more personal. Furthermore the parents can ask questions themselves adapted to their own pictures. That means they can record their own voice. If there is for example an uploaded photo of the father, thus they can ask the question “where’s daddy?”. Besides the parents can involve themselves and other kids.