This app is really simple: it contains three buttons at the top that represent three actions (I want, I am, I am going). The kid just has to tap one of them and the tap any object below to form a sentence. For example: "I want food", "I am going home". Of course, all the actions and objects contains both, the written word and a thumbnail that describes what it is.
When the kid tap both actions or objects, Speech-to-text engine (called Diego), says the word. When linking action + object, Diego will say the full sentence. Thanks to this app, you children will learn how to make sense sentences, to read and to pronounce properly.
We've only noticed a few catches: interface should be enhanced, it needs more objects and the free version only allows you to form phrases with the action "I want". Despite of this, useful app.
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by Manu , Appszoom
May 10, 2012