An engaging high-contrast app to stimulate and entertain the very youngest of babies, based on the best-selling Baby Touch First Focus books by Ladybird.
Research has shown that newborn babies can only distinguish between a few high-contrast colours in their first months (such as black, white and yellow) and are naturally drawn to bold patterns and shapes.
Choose from four different animations: Patterns and Shapes, Animals, Sea and Vehicles
Each can be played individually or as one long Play All movie
Each animation contains simple and engaging shapes, patterns and images in high-contrast black, white and yellow
Includes specially composed, baby-friendly music throughout to soothe and entertain
Animations move independently without requiring interaction, but tapping the screen also triggers entertaining sound effects. Hear cats miaow, ducks quack or cars beep each time theyre touched!
High-contrast images in black, white and yellow grab and hold a babys interest, stimulating their senses and helping to improve their attention span
The gentle, rhythmic progress of images and patterns on the screen encourage babies to follow movement with their eyes and improve their tracking and focusing skills
Sound effects help children begin to link sounds with pictures, an important early learning skill.
For older babies able to sit up and reach for the screen, it helps to improve hand-eye coordination and teach cause and effect
Designed for tablet and phone, and ideal for entertaining your baby on the move or at home, Baby Touch: First Focus is stimulating, fun and educational.
Older babies might also like the other Baby Touch apps from Ladybird Baby Touch: Peekaboo and Baby Touch: Happy Babies
Babies are engaged by the large, easily identifiable images and characters. -The Sun
Baby Touch Peekaboo creates an engaging way to read Ladybird books with infants. Our youngest [...] really enjoyed playing hide and seek with the Ladybird characters. - Wired
Ideal for holding a small childs attention [...] Happy Babies is a well-made app that offers plenty to occupy a small child while also seeming quite simple and minimal. Its good value too. -The Telegraph