“I am a speech-language pathologist and I use it...I have loved this app for a long time! Thank
you” - Chattity
Sound Touch is the #1 app for entertaining and engaging young children -- complete with
animal sounds and music.
Stimulate children's brains and teach them all at the same time.
Listen to the sounds that farm animals, pets and other wildlife make in nature by touching
whimsical cartoons. Teach your toddler what an airplane, truck, and train sound like in a way
that they will love.
Each tile you touch opens up and reveals an exciting picture that plays a sound. The images
rotate so that children can learn to identify the object, not just the single image that is shown.
Parents and children alike love this app and you will too! Download and play with your baby,
toddler or young children -- it's easy to learn and can entertain for hours.
Listen to the sounds made by both nature and machines. From boats, firetrucks, and
horse-drawn carriages to ducks, tigers, and birds. Each animal or object is like its own flash
card; when opened, it plays a sound that is sure to stimulate each child and leave them with
awe and wonder. This app is the perfect brain-trainer to help teach babies, toddlers, and
children about sounds in the world.
Do more than just give your kids a video to watch. Let them explore and learn with their senses.
Parents of children with autism have found this app helpful in engaging their children, but truly it
is for anyone that wants to teach their kids something new while stimulating and training their
Every animal, transportation mode, and tile has five different sounds linked, so children can
learn different sounds and images associated with objects. Trumpets, birds, harmonicas,
planes, lions, and more; there are so many sounds and items for your toddler or baby to
explore! They will love playing this app and you will love sharing the memory with them.
Available in over 35 languages, this app is designed to teach anyone anywhere what sounds
are and where they come from. Allow children of any age to explore by himself or herself, or
with a parent, and to experience that joy of learning.