Ubooly - Pink - NEW MODEL - Fits most phones and iPod touch
LET'S PRETEND! Introducing Ubooly! Ubooly is a whole new kind of toy: instead of more screen time, Ubooly's smartphone brain and cuddly body work together to encourage kids to pretend, explore, run, jump, wiggle, dance and be imaginative in the real world. SMART DEVICE. SMART KIDS. Ubooly's brain is your mobile device. Just download the free app, insert your mobile device into Ubooly's soft, cuddly frame and watch Ubooly come to life! For a kid, it s nothing less than magic. DESIGNED FOR ACTION We want your kiddo to dance, run, somersault and cuddle with Ubooly. That's why we designed the plush toy with resilient memory foam padding. Ubooly will safely protect your device from damage, guaranteed. LISTEN UP! Ubooly's advanced speech recognition understands dozens of words and phrases. Just tell Ubooly what you want to do! CUSTOMIZABLE PLAYTIME Ubooly is smart AND personable. A winning combo! Set up an account so Ubooly can say your child's name and share their interests. Ubooly will also adapt to your child's learning level and grow up with them for years!
When I was a kid I used to talk to my stuffed animals. They almost never talked back but that didnt stop me from having some pretty memorable conversations. As a grown up kid, I was a bit disappointed when I realized that talking stuffed animals still arent a thing. Why dont kids toys make better use of today's amazing technology? What's worse is the toys that do tend to turn kids into the worlds cutest zombies making kids stare at a screen and mindlessly tap buttons. Kids need mental AND physical stimulation. A truly good toy should harness technology and encourage kids to explore, use their imagination and be curious. You know, normal kid stuff.
Play pretend and explore the real world with hundreds of activities
Requires a mobile device and free app download (iPhone 4 and up or Android 2.3 and up)
Resilient memory foam padding protects your device during play
Helps parents by encouraging teeth brushing and telling bedtime stories