A Dr Seuss app is set to arrive on both the iPhone and iPad imminently, offering a mixture of entertainment, fun wordplay and educational content.
The app will cost a little over £2 and borrows heavily from the original children's book of the same name. Features include an option to let the user turn the pages of the book by swiping whilst the text is read out.
Kids who want to read without assistance can choose the 'Read It Myself' option, which only gives help when words are touched. An automated option does all of the reading and page turning for the younger user.
The iPhone and iPad versions are virtually identical, although the larger screen with its higher resolution means that the iPad offers a slightly more authentic experience.
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