Every time my nieces come over or I visit them, they absolutely have to get on my tablet and play the app games I have installed. The problem with this is 80% of the app games on the market have insane amount of ads which little fingers accidentally click on, so they end up on a web page or even downloading new stuff on the iTunes or Google Play Store that you don’t want downloaded on your device. I did find one that they enjoyed that has absolutely no ads and allows them to play dress up with Anya, the main character of the app and her pet puppies. All little girls love fashion and playing dress up, whether it be in mommy’s or big sisters clothes or in a virtual world.
Talking Anya Dress-Up & Pet Puppies iOS App is 100% free to download. It’s always nice to be able to test out a game for free so you know whether or not you’d want to purchase a future game if it so happen s to be at a different price point.
Anya giggles when you tickle her and responds very cutely to many user interactions. Your kiddos can dress her up in numerous different clothing items as well as change her hair style. There are also many costumes to select for Summer, Winter, Christmas and Halloween! My nieces love dressing her up as a fairy and a princess since they’re into both of those right now. Anya has 5 different puppies that you can teach to do tricks like give a paw, stand, lie down, spin and dance.
Anya also promotes healthy actions. For instance, your child can feed her cupcakes and strawberries as some of the choices and Anya will say that strawberries are better for her so she’d prefer those. I love that it encourages healthy eating habits.
This great Talking Anya Dress-Up & Pet Puppies iOS App gets an A+ in my book and I will gladly let my 3 and 5 year old niece interact with her when over.
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