Who Says…Moo? Not Featured…Again

Fun interactive ebook app with voice recording feature was once again not featured in Apple’s popular iTunes AppStore

KneeBouncers.com announced today in a simple ceremony that they have not been featured in Apple’s powerful AppStore, and quite likely, not yet considered. Although reviews have been strong since the launch of their original ebook earlier this month they are willing to wait.

“The book was written for babies and toddlers and really takes the board book into the 21st century,” explains book author and illustrator Punch Robinson. “So until Apple starts hiring the very young, I am not sure if we have a chance.” The ebook app features a variety of farm animals and the sounds they make.

When it was pointed out to Robinson that parents, aunts, uncles and grandparents have found the interactivity of the book engaging and really loved the voice recording feature, he only asked to have the question repeated.

“We do have some good news to report,” added KneeBouncers Chief Interactive Developer Kurt Dommermuth, “the Who Says Moo? ebook app will remain in the iTunes AppStore for just $2.99. Same as it was. Which is nice.”

KneeBouncers.com refused to take what only can be described as a “blatant unintentional snubbing” lying down. The creators have promised to stay on this and check Apple’s AppStore daily.

KneeBouncers.com is a whole lotta fun for the itty bitty ones! Promoting playful learning anytime anywhere.

Who Says…Moo? is available for $2.99 in the iTunes AppStore located here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/who-says-moo/id452079494?ls=1&mt=8


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8 Comments to this article

  1. Well I have some exciting news to report… I thought I was completely out of tea but I found I had a whole box left. I know, exciting right?!!

    Oh, and not featured again today.

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