IPad commercial Painting app
Let your imagination and creativity take over as you paint everything in Doc McStuffins's check-up room—even Doc and Lambie—and then watch it all come to life in 3D! Customize your textures with the in-app camera and let your inner artist shine in this magical 3D coloring experience. And when Lambie and Marvin get boo-boos, you can help Doc fix them so they're ready to play again.
* Paint Doc and Lambie any way you like with unlimited combinations of fun tools, colors, patterns, stickers, and more!
* Use the magic wand to turn your creations into fully-animated 3D characters!
* Play fun and simple puzzle to help Doc heal boo-boos in the exam room!
* Take pictures of your own unique textures with the in-app camera to bring your own look to the check-up room!
* Learn more about colors, 2D, 3D, line, and form.
*Please note that this app does not support the iPod Touch 4.
If you are experiencing difficulties with audio, please check the in-app settings and the device itself to see if it is muted. Don't hesitate to contact customer care at 877-662-3769 or mail to email@example.com
Before you download this experience, please consider that this app contains advertising for The Walt Disney Family of Companies.
Magic Paintbrush - Removes your child's creativity... Like Magic!by Rex Dart - Eskimo Spy
My girls love their iPads, they love coloring and they love Doc. So this app seemed like a no brainer. But what is it I see them doing? "Coloring" with a Magic Paintbrush tool that essentially colors the entire page with a simple swish of your finger.
I want my kids to use the iPad as a supplemental tool that enhances real world activity. But what this app offers is a shortcut around creativity. Sure, they can take a crayon tool and painstakingly color each square the right color in the most adorably inaccurate child like way. OR they can press "Magic Paintbrush" and let the app do it for them so that they learn nothing from the experience.
I know these apps aren't that expensive but I don't think the cheap pricing is a good excuse for apps that have zero thought about what their intended audience should be getting out of them.
Not as good as mickeys paint and playby Jal
Only has 1 room to color. Mickeys paint and play has 3. One odd thing and a reason for removing one star is that you cannot fully color doc. I assumed it would be like the Mickey paint and play app which has everything blank like in a coloring book and then once it's colored it pops to 3d (very cool). Doc however has permanently colored skin and hair. Seems like a political thing on disneys part. I see no reason for this. If children want to make Doc rainbow colored with glitter polka dots they should be able to. Decorating the hair and face are a good part of the fun. I understand that Disney is proud of becoming more diverse. Wonderful. But, this is a coloring book app and it's such a strange thing to do.
Good gameby Diana Ramsay
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