A beautiful flash card game designed for children aged 9 months to 3 years to learn new words. A proven hit on iOS, now rewritten from scratch for Android.
We don't believe that apps for children should have advertising. All the coding and photographs in this app are done by just the two of us, Ken and Lisa. Thank you for supporting us so that we can bring more fun apps to Android.
We wrote this app to entertain and teach our daughters, Esther (that’s her in the icon) and Miranda. It makes them laugh and they gets to learn about pets, utensils, foods, and other everyday things. We want to share it with other parents and kids.
Filled with professional, high-quality photographs depicting useful objects, animals, and phenomena, lovingly described by a real mother, you and your child will have fun going through the cards and playing the “Pick the Picture” game. And your child will enjoy the slideshow and have fun discovering how to interact with your Android smartphone or tablet.
We plan on updating this app over time as Esther grows and learns more objects and words. Thank you for your interest in our app!
============================ Designed specifically for children and parents ============================
+ The “Pick the Picture” game is similar to a Japanese technique for evaluating the cognitive development of toddlers.
+ Your child may have varying attention spans. We designed the game so that you can alter the number of card sets shown per game and also to enable a "Simple English" mode.
+ Toddlers love watching other toddlers. Esther and her cat Apollo will help your child celebrate successes!
We hope you and your little one will enjoy PickPix Tot.
============================ About Us ============================
Crimson Hammer is created by Ken Liu and Lisa Tang Liu, a husband-and-wife team. Ken is a programmer, lawyer, fiction writer, and Lisa is a professional artist and writer.
* Advanced vocabulary added (for a total of 114 words)
* Faster interaction model to keep interest of young users
* Various bug fixes (the out-of-memory error should be fixed now)