By Cowly Owl Ltd
Little Digits is a fun educational app that teaches children about numbers via an intuitive spin on the traditional use of finger counting.
Using the multi-touch screen, Little Digits displays number characters by detecting how many fingers you put down. Children can learn to associate the numerical figure on the screen with the number of fingers they place down, whilst enjoying the unique characters and animations of the Little Digits world.
There are also games that introduce small addition and subtraction calculations, where you can work out the answer using the same multi-touch finger detection.
This is an app that will grow with your child's numerical understanding. Not only can they discover numbers through initial independent play, you can also play collaboratively with your child; each putting fingers down to count and work out calculations together. Then when your child is ready, they can work out the answers for themselves, using their own little digits!
This update now includes over 18 pre-recorded languages, giving great facility for children to learn to recognise numbers in languages other than those of their native tongue. Using the microphone you can also record your own voice.
- Counting to 10 with your fingers
- Number order; 0 to 10 and back
- Addition and subtraction games
- Multilingual; Learn to count in other languages
- Learn to count in other languages
Child friendly: No in-app purchases, no third-party advertising. Play without WiFi or internet.
Suitable for children between 3 - 7 years old.
Created by Cowly Owl, an independent British micro-studio creating playful digital toys and educational games.
What's New in Version 2.0.3
- Updated Cowly Owl branding
- small bug fixes and improvements
Sound doesn’t play
Sound doesn’t work
This is the worst children’s app that I have ever seen.
- Category: Education
- Updated: Aug 21, 2018
- Version: 2.0.3
- Size: 157 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Cowly Owl Ltd
- © Cowly Owl Ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.Device-Assignable