Ahoy, mateys! I be writin’ a blog message fer ye ’bout apps to use on Speak Like a Scurvy Pirate Day! (Translation: Oh boy, who the heck convinced me to do this?!) Kookoo bananas Bill Binko ‘o LessonPix shanghai’d a few ‘o us bloggers to do pirate-themed posts to celebrate ’tis “holiday,” so here’s me best spin on it. (Thanks postlikeapirate.com for the goofy pirate talk translations.) This post is a bit different than my usual, but I’m hoping it’ll give y’all some fun ideas for Talk Like a Pirate Day on 9/19! If you’re one of those scoundrel SLPs that loves to get kids hyped up then send them on their way, this post (and holiday in general) is for you! I’m going to discuss three apps: one new (to me) pirate-themed one and two that I’ve already reviewed but am adding a “pirate twist” to. Enjoy, and let me know if you have any questions or other pirate-themed ideas!
This is my first Android-specific app review! As I discussed in my Going Both Ways post, Speechie Apps will start reviewing Apple AND Android apps, since I am now the proud owner of a Nexus 7 tablet. 😀 A couple things are going to change to accommodate this addition. First, I will be adding a page with a list of reviewed apps for quick reference. These will be specified as Apple/Android/both, so it will be easy for readers to navigate. In addition, I will be editing my current posts to state for which operating systems (OS) the apps are available. Finally, in all future posts I will clearly note the operating system in the beginning of the review. As always, PLEASE feel free to comment, ask questions, and make suggestions. I hope you enjoy this new addition!
What It Is: A sock-themed matching, memory, and counting game by Mimoteo.
What It Is: A collection of games with the overlying themes of bugs and buttons by Little Bit Studio.