The free app poll winner of the week is Swipea's 1st kids’ app - The Dream - from the World Explorer series, teaching children appreciation of world cultures through story and play.
With the globalization level like today, multi-cultural attitude has become more important than ever. That’s what The Dream strives for- it exposes world cultures to children and helps them appreciate the differences in people and their traditions.
The Dream lets children discover the Arabic world over a story on perseverance, 8 educational mini-games and over 60 fun facts. Free The Dream DIY paper crafts are also available for a fun family activity, making the board game, bookmarks & pop-up scenes for both parents and children. It’s a story inspired 4 player board game called 'Race To Cairo' featuring themed bookmarks with creative spaces and a set of 6 pop-up scenes to inspire the story teller in your kids.
The app features are highlighted below:
• Explore the Arabic World and its Culture – via 60 fun facts about Arabic historical places, music & instruments, costumes, food ingredients & cuisines;
• Moral Story for Character Development – Ahmad, a poor but hardworking man travels to a faraway place because of a dream to seek his fortune;
• 8 Different Educational Mini-Games – including: Amira Buys New Clothes, Baghdad's Music Class and 6 additional games available as optional in-app purchases;
• Beautiful sound effects and artworks – displaying vibrant colors, cute characters and the camels inside grunt.
Despite being free, the app does not contain any kind of ads and does not collect any personal information without your consent. The current 1.8 version of The Dream supports new iPad retina display compatibility, a brand new “Fact Find Game” and an improved UI for better player experience.
The dream is available in the Apple App Store for free and is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 4.3 or later.
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