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Disney’s Peter Pan App Review

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With the newly released “Diamond Edition” 60th Anniversary DVD/Blu-ray, it is only appropriate that your kiddos can enjoy it on mobile devices as well! The Peter Pan: Disney Classics book app takes you to Neverland like never before.

Disney's Peter Pan App Review

Disney's Peter Pan App Review

The pictures in this story are so darling. The images have a muted color that gives it that classic feel to the story. I enjoyed reading and playing this with my five-year-old. You can never be too old for Peter Pan!

Each page has animations like the John and Michael sword fighting and the sound of Tinker Bell fluttering in. When you touch the characters their name pops up. I do which that there was a more interactive play to this story though. My five-year-old likes when he can touch and make items “do things”.

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One feature I do like is that you have the option to jump to the activities with a click of a button if you didn’t want to hear the whole story. Plus you can record your own voice to read the story and save it for playback.

Disney's Peter Pan App Review

The swashbuckling interactive story features:

· Reading modes for all ages (Read to Me, Read by Myself)

· Coloring pages, interactive puzzles and memory matching games

· Activities including a musical instrument activity similar to Peter’s

 

Buy It: UPDATE: Peter Pan: Disney Classics IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Disclosure: I was provided with product for this review. All views and opinions with regard to Peter Pan App Review or the company are my own and were not influenced by the company.

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    Susan Broughton
    March 1, 2013 at 7:56 pm

    Anything Disney is usually entertaining. So I win give it the benefit of the doubt.

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