Dora Searches for Boots in Apple Store App

Dora the Explorer: Where is Boots App
Dora the Explorer: Where is Boots App

Children apps are popular for android and Apple users.   One currently on the market is Dora the Explorer: Where is Boots?  A seek and find adventure.  This interactive storybook is available on the AppStore for the iPhone and the iPad.    Currently, the price for the app is $1.99 for the iPhone and iPod, and $3.99 for the iPad.

The app is an interactive storybook that is designed for preschoolers.  Users read along with the story and play games as Dora goes on a little adventure trying to locate her best friend Boots.  This is a lot like the television program when Dora goes  exploring and has activities she must complete before she can move on to the next part of her adventure.

 Video Trailer of Dora the Explorer: Where is Boots

New “Winnie the Pooh: What’s a Bear to Do?” Puzzle Book App

clip_image002A new Winnie the Pooh has been released. The Winnie the Pooh: What’s a Bear to Do Puzzle Book App has :

  • Delightful illustrations, professional narration, sound effects, and beloved Winnie the Pooh background music.
  • Parents can record their voice or their child’s voice reading the story and hear it played back as narration.
  • Three reading modes to suit the child’s mood: Read to Me, Use My Recording, and Auto Turn Pages.
  • Four interactive jigsaw puzzles combine a classic play pattern with a contemporary twist.
  • Tap ‘n’ Play surprises throughout the story.
  • Pooh’s Cupboard matching game ties in to the story and reinforces color recognition.
  • Visual Index allows children to jump to their favorite page or puzzle.

This app runs for $0.99 at the apple app store. This is just one of the many different apps available from Disney and other children networks.

Dora the Explorer Now Streams on Netflix Canada

People in Canada can now watch streaming  shows and movies, like Dora the Explorer, on Netflix.  Netflix is offers a $7.99 a month subscription service.   Subscribers can watch Netflix with the use of several different electronic equipment.  

A number of consumer electronics devices available in Canada are capable of streaming instantly from Netflix right to TVs.  Nintendo’s Wii home console and Sony’s PlayStation®3 (PS3™) system can stream from Netflix now, and later this fall Microsoft’s Xbox 360 is set to join the Netflix streaming ranks here.  The installed base of the three leading consoles in Canada is approximately six million units.

In addition, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can now stream from Netflix in Canada, as can Blu-ray disc players from Samsung and Toshiba.  Movies and TV shows streamed from Netflix can also be watched instantly on PCs and Macs.  Over time, more devices capable of streaming from Netflix are expected to be added in Canada, including Blu-ray disc players from VIZIO and Insignia (the latter available exclusively at Best Buy and Futureshop), Internet TVs from Samsung and the recently retuned Apple TV when it is introduced here.

Free Version of Dora the Explorer and Diego Apps Available Soon

Free apps for the iPod and iPhone featuring Dora the Explorer and Diego will be available soon. These new apps will not have all the features of the paid versions.

Dora Saves Crystal Kingdom–Rainbow Ride Lite
Help Dora as she is collecting and counting crystals as she slides down a rainbow.

Go, Diego, Go: Musical Missions Lite
Diego will need your help to get the animals to come out of their hiding places. You will play a flute so that Diego’s animal friends will come out.

New Go,Diego, Go iPhone and iPod App

Are the preschoolers taking over the iPhones and iPods. Nickelodean and has a series of apps that are currently on the market and newly released. The Apps include “Dora Saves the Crystal Kingdom”, and “Go, Diego, Go: Musical Missions.”

In “Go, Diego, Go: Musical Missions”, users can play along with Diego as he uses music to rescue the shy animals of the world. The new Nickelodeon apps are available for $1.99 each from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at