Friendly Shapes - All In One Education Center & Interactive Storybook for Kids

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  • Last update: 5 years ago
  • Version: 2.5
  • Size: 91.4 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Kids Games Club by TabTale
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
  • In-App Purchases:
  • Full Version of Friendly Shapes Interactive Book $3.99
  • Unlock 12 jigsaw puzzles $1.99
  • Remove ads $0.99
  • Unlock 12 coloring pages $1.99
  • Unlock The Story $1.99
  • Match It - Brain Games! $1.99
  • Placement Puzzle $1.99
  • Hidden Objects $1.99
  • Unlock all memory games $1.99
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Friendly Shapes - All In One Education Center & Interactive Storybook for Kids Review

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Friendly Shapes - All In One Education Center & Interactive Storybook for Kids Description

Friendly Shapes is an interactive book where every character and object is alive — touch any of them to find out what they can do. This app allows children to self-teach themselves the basic shapes, colors and numbers through an animated interactive adventure.

The app provides you with such features as jigsaw puzzles, paint-a-picture, counting games, the match it activity, find the item and memorize and place. You can download it now for free.


Friendly Shapes offers such features as "read to me" and "autoplay" which read the entire book page for you. It is loaded with beautiful HD illustrations and a rich narrative on every page.


The app has certain glitches. It is loaded with ads, which crowd the app so much that it is tough for kids not to click on them.


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  • c
    This is a wonderful game. My then 15 month old daughter loved it. She's 21 months now. She still plays it now I notice she gets frustrated playing the game now. When turning the next page her hand sometimes accidentally hit the ad at the bottom or if she drags the missing puzzle piece to put it where it goes her hand again sometimes hit the ad. She doesn't fully understand why that's happening and she gets frustrated. I don't understand why a game geared for little kids would be created with ads. I know ads are annoying for adults but it's kind of senseless to create ads for a toddler/child reading game. What bugs me most about it are ads for credit cards and adult advertisement. If you must have ads it makes sense to advertise other infant/toddler kids games otherwise removing it all together would be nice and make da game more enjoyable as with all the other auto/self reading kid stories. Other than that we love the story and da puzzle games. My daughter can now identify different shapes, put puzzle pieces together and recognize her colors. She's not even 2 yet.
  • N
    It is clever to put the ads at the bottom of a game for toddlers - because they are bound to hit it repeatedly and parents may be inclined to go ahead and purchase just to stop the ads. But - why doesn't that carry over to multiple devices? I have twin two year olds. I have the app on my iPad - but yesterday both boys wanted to play it. So I downloaded it to my phone, only to find ads again. It's so disappointing to read the reviews and see so many people back to 2012 loving the app, but having the same complaint. I had started searching for more by the same company but it doesn't make sense to have to purchase the app for each separate device we have - so I won't purchase more until that is corrected. Very disappointing.
  • K
    My son loves this app. It was his favorite but he would often get frustrated with the ads and the fact that most of the puzzles and things were only available after purchasing the full version. I finally broke down and bought the full version and it was great! We were very happy until we got a new device and discovered that we must purchase the whole thing over again if we want it. I feel cheated, and my son is very upset. Upon reading reviews it seems others are having trouble with it disappearing when the app updates too, which we have not yet experienced. Do not purchase the full version!!! It is a waste of money and they will try and cheat you out if it again and again.

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