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LogicLike: Kids Learning App

By Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Ho-hum early learning focuses on quantity over quality.

App iPhone , iPod Touch , iPad , Android Free to try Education
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This collection of edutainment activities seems to focus more on entertainment than education. Though there's not much that's objectionable, most of LogicLike: Kids Learning App's activities have pretty average early learning content. Just as in countless other apps for young kids, there's letter tracing, coloring pages, virtual musical instruments, and so on. The presentation is decent, but nothing special. The math and logic activities are also pretty standard, with some showing a bit more inspiration than others. However, though there is an option to choose a grade level, there's lots of variability in what the activities expect kids to be able to do. And with no feedback or instructions, kids may just mindlessly tap and drag their way through the activities without understanding what their doing. Other aspects of LogicLike: Kids Learning App contribute to a feeling of a focus on quantity rather than quality, such as the awkward sounding computerized voice, overwhelming positive feedback after every action kids take, and some odd story or information content. That said, there are hundreds of activities -- with a good deal of repetition in activity type -- so it'll take kids a long time to get through it. However, given the high subscription price, parents will certainly want to check it out thoroughly during the 3-day trial to see if it's right for their family.

App Details

  • Devices: iPhone , iPod Touch , iPad , Android
  • Pricing structure: Free to try (Very limited content available with free download. Subscribe for full access. After 3-day free trial, subscription costs $7.99/month or $49.99/year.)
  • Release date: July 21, 2022
  • Category: Education
  • Topics: Numbers and Letters
  • Publisher: Logiclike OOO
  • Minimum software requirements: 1.9.3
  • Last updated: August 2, 2022

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