Smack Talk!

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Carla Thornton, Common Sense Media
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Adorable pets "speak" what kids record.

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age 3+
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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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What 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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Parent Written byMeg B. October 1, 2010
Kids just love this..starting around age three on!

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Is it any good?

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.

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