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Smack Talk!



Adorable pets "speak" what kids record.

What parents need to know

Ease of play

Two-year-olds can use this app. It picks up words - or any other sound - and repeats it back immediately. Switching to another animal character and changing pitch and speed are a simple matter of a few finger flicks.

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Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that this voice-morphing app is safe, silly fun for toddlers on up, but be warned: it farts and belches.

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Smack Talk! is the perfect voice-morphing app for preschoolers. Kids will giggle with delight when a real guinea pig, puppy and kitten repeats their words in a high squeaky voice. Bonus buttons make farting and belching noises. Placed against clean white backgrounds, the animals are animated just enough to appear to be breathing and speaking. Too cute.

App details

Release date:July 15, 2009
Publisher:Marcus Satellite

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Parent Written byembeau October 1, 2010
Kids just love this..starting around age three on!


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