What the Potty Training Business Hopes Will Never be Discovered

Potty Training:  Learning with the animals (AppStore Link)
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Potty Training: Learning with the animals
Developer: miguel munoz
Price: $1.99 Download on the App Store

The new "Potty Training: Learning with the Animals" app has officially put the tradition methods on notice: traditional potty training will soon be as outdated as typewriters are today.

1Tucan launched its latest app titled "Potty Train: Learning with the Animals" that facilitates potty training and makes it fan for kids. It is an engaging app that illustrates, inspires and educates children. An educating app available for iOS and Android devices that has already motivated more than 40,000 kids.

As Camila Echavarria, CEO at 1Tucan, explains "Potty training learning with the animals changed the way parents where potty training ...now is easy, fun and with no frustration". The app is already a success that led to its next release with enhanced animations. And Camila adds "there is no better way to learn anything, than through a story".

The app has already received the 1st prize in the Columbiatic 2013 Awards as the Best App.

Industry Reviews:
" The intention of this app is clear - young children and toddlers are supposed to deal with the issue "potty" and imitate exactly what they have done and played, with the animals in the app" - TopbestAppforKids

"Doesn't that kitty look happy using the litter box? This is a great way to show your potty-training toddlers how happy it will make them to use the potty themselves!" ~ Jennifer Quille

"For those first fundamental steps that your child takes in learning how to use the toilet, I recommend this app for parents who want to help teach their children while making it fun and enjoyable at the same time."

Potty Training: Learning with the animals 2.0 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category.

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