Customized Flash Cards
Customizing the “My First Words” app for Stella so easy! I took pictures of familiar objects around the house, added photos of friends and family, and recorded my voice next to each entry. For 40 new words, the whole process took me under an hour.
Although *I* was wildly impressed with the custom category of words, Stella didn’t seem to notice a difference from the generic photos. Her response to hearing “mom’s” voice was also the same as hearing the perky lady voice that came with the app. I imagine that this customization feature hits home with older children who already have an active vocabulary (toddlers and above). Customized categories or not, thank goodness the app finishes the audio track for each word before advancing—despite a preemptive touch— because Stella’s paw was on rapid fire mode:
I can’t give enough positive feedback for the “My First Words” iPad app, but unfortunately it was removed from the iTunes store shortly after I posted my first review. When I e-mailed the SmartBabyApps support team for more information, they gave me this response:
Thank you so much for your help and support. Unfortunately, we had some problems with the latest update of the app and will bring it back again in the near future.
I hope they work out their issues soon because this really is a fantastic app!
Posted on May 13, 2011, in 11 months, App Reviews, photo, video and tagged baby, custom, flash cards, iPad, iPad 2, my first words, record your voice, SmartBabyApps, words. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.