Special "Zoo" review by PadGadget.com

PadGaget.com has put a spotlight on yet another one of our apps!

Read the review HERE.

Moms with apps (as well as dads, teachers and more...) =)

Robots and Cupcakes is a proud member of Momswithapps.com, a site dedicated to digging through all the miscellaneous digital funk out there and hand-selecting only the highest quality of fun, educational, kid and family-friendly apps.

They provide feature stories written by parents, teachers and developers, who discuss educational trends as well as needs, and highlight the newest and brightest apps available, for any mobile device.

Be sure to also visit them at the end of every week on "App Friday", where they list apps that have been dropped to $.99 or even free, just for that day!

In the near future, they will be releasing their very own app, which will categorize and break down the details of approved family apps all in one place, making it super easy for parents to find exactly what they're looking for at any time!

Check out Momswithapps.com HERE.
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Ready for the New Year?

We’re all ready for the New Year and are kicking it off with our first interactive storybook, The Mixed-Up Wacky Zoo! It’s now available for sale for iPad, and soon to be available in PRINT, so you can also enjoy it in it's traditional, loving, paper form.  =)

We have soooooo much going on already this year– it's going to be a very exciting 2011 for sure! Keep a close eye on us; we've moving FAST!

The Mixed-Up Wacky Zoo is available in iTunes!

Apple is all fired up for the new year! After submitting our first storybook for the iPad only 5 days ago, it has already been reviewed and is now available in the iTunes store!

Check it out here!

It came out so soon, we didn't even have enough time to complete a introductory video! We'll have that available very soon.

The Mixed-Up Wacky Zoo is an interactive story for kids 3 and up. Rob Spence wrote the story, which is about a boy who witnesses a crazy parade of animals out of nowhere! Each page refers to what the group of animals is called (a tower of giraffes, a pod of whales, a bloat of hippos), with fun, colorful descriptions of all the eccentric characters. Fun for kids and adults!

The art is traditionally drawn (by Phil Jones), and the music was specifically written for this story (by Rick Hinkle). As you flip through each page, touching the characters brings them to life as they animate and let out their own funny sounds. There's also a lot of humor in there for parents as well, as you'll find a few references from back when you were young. =)

We hope you enjoy! This is our first story out of many coming down the line. We're experimenting with all sort of styles, options and music, to offer whimsical, creative visuals and stimulating reading. We can't wait to show you more!