Ok I have this on my work ipad, the family I work with has it on their apple devices, and it runs great. I only tested it 30 sec on my LG G Stylo bc I'm not at work but the reviews made me want to test it. It worked going through the parents > breathe with the monster (what I used the most for generalizing the breathing to all frustration situations). The only problem I've had so far is that once started, I had to turn off my screen then back on for the app to allow me to see my navigation panel.
But I love the concept of the app BUT it freezes all the time - no matter what device I use. It is very annoying. I'm trying it once again but after this, if it doesn't work, I am uninstalling.
We love it, but it freezes! It will work fine for a bit and then just freeze on one screen while you can still hear mondo telling you what to do. Frustrating!
My daughter has ADHD and a mood disorder. We use this game to teach her how to breathe, think about what she's doing and then do.
I don't hate it, I actually think it is a wonderful application. However, after multiple installs and uninstalls, and starting and restarting my phone, the application keeps glitching. My 5yo now knows when the screen goes black, the app is not going to work. I hope that the app can be fixed because I would love to have my kids use this. I have a Samsung s5.
Toddler actually uses skills to self regulate! When she's upset, I'll hear her take slow, deep breaths. It hasn't stopped tantrums but I do see her working to use the coping skills it teaches and she loves plat the game.
Minor bug fixes.
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