Smart Apps For Android: The Artist Mortimer (best free Android apps for kids)

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

The Artist Mortimer (best free Android apps for kids)

Our friends at Digital-Storytime gave The Artist Mortimer the full five stars:

"The Artist Who Stole Bits of The World is an original storybook app with text and artwork by Bo Zaunders. It was created with OCG Studios "Develop Your Own (DYO)" book app creation tool. It is a charming story about an artist who has a unique ability to capture whatever he paints permanently on his canvas. If he paints the ocean, he carries away all the water when he takes his masterpiece home, for instance. Soon everyone insists he stop painting until Mortimer finds a unique solution that will enchant readers age 4 and up...My Highest Recommendation."


   Fully FREE
Get it on Google Play



Mortimer is an artist who more than anything loves to paint. Story written and illustrated by Bo Zaunders.

This is an interactive storybook built with OCG Studios "Do It Yourself" framework.

A simple and sweet story about an artist who gets into trouble every time he paints, enlivened with lovely music, great interactivity and narration.

★ Record your own voice
★ Page select menu
★ This Universal App is optimized for Retina displays and the iPad
★ Options for sound effects, music, and narration
★ Visible hotspots
★ Individual words highlight and are read aloud when tapped
★ Professional audio narration and background audio

OCG Studios is an award-winning app developer (“Roxie's a-MAZE-ing Vacation Adventure,” “Roxie's Doors," and others). Please check them out in the Apple App Store.

The DYO (Do It Yourself) framework is a simple way to make your story or illustrations into an interactive storybook app. You supply all the components, we build your app.

 Simple intuitive controls.
 No ads. No in-app purchases.
★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

OCG Studios is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.

Recommended Ages: 4-14

Categories: Games, Books, Numbers, Letters, Kids

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