Thoughts from a 5 year old: He whizzed through the easy level but enjoyed both medium and hard. He especially enjoyed when I would set the app to different languages and I was impressed at how fast he picked up the words.
Thoughts from a 2 year old: He liked both easy and medium modes. He would sit for quite a while on medium until he had all the cards flipped over and paired up. He also had to repeat whatever the app said - so it was a good way to get him to learn colors and words.
Mom's Take: I loved it from the moment I saw the classic and familiar images. It entertains both my children and it teaches them at the same time. The ability to customize the difficulty for each child and to be able to change the language makes it an app fully worth my money. The app comes stocked with 2 set options (colors & animals) and should you want to add to your words and matching options you can purchase 4 other sets (Shapes, Numbers, Food, Animal Sounds) - each at $0.99. Even if you bought the app and all the additional sets it still costs about the same or less than buying 1 board book at your local book store.
Simply Stated: This cute app will keep your child learning without even realizing it and the beautiful illustrations make it one I'm proud to share with my kids.Night & Day Studios and then comment back telling us "What is it about this app that makes you want to win it?". You can also score an extra entry for liking Night & Day Studios on Facebook or following them on Twitter (or 2 extra entries for doing both!). The deadline to enter is May 31st at midnight EST and be sure to include your email in your comment.