This new app help littles to explore the dynamic working models of different mammals
Words Aarzoo Snigdha
Tinybop, Inc. has launched an innovative app- Mammals on the App Store as the latest addition to its series of STEM apps for kids, The Explorer’s Library.
The app, Mammals, offers vast knowledge of world’s most incredible animals, offering a deeper understanding of how the animals play, grow, see, eat, move and feel. Littles can explore the dynamic working models of different mammals, including their skeletal, muscular, nervous, circulatory, respiratory, and digestive systems.
The app features fun, interactive mammals, allowing kids to look through the eyes of each, and learn how an elephant uses its trunk, discover how a tiger senses what’s near with its whiskers, or find out how kangaroos care for their young.
“The challenge with Mammals the app was creating interactions that enhance those real-world experiences. Children who explore the app will be full of questions, not just about tigers and bats, but also about pet dogs and cats, and ultimately about themselves,” he added.
The app’s illustrations react dynamically to touch, while physics-based animations and sounds encourage curiosity.
The Mammals Handbook, which also includes background information, discussion questions, and technology tips, is available in 40+ languages and can be downloaded easily from the app’s dashboard. It is also available on www.tinybop.com
Tinybop is a Brooklyn-based studio of creative engineers building apps to delight, inspire, and educate children of all ages. Founded in 2012 the company believes that screen time can be family time and is committed to supporting kids, parents, and teachers learning together.
Tinybop apps have kid-friendly designs and extras for grownups, including dashboards, handbooks with tips and ideas on further learning.