Fisher-Price Storybook Reader for iPhone & iPod Touch Devices
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- Unlock never-ending content at the turn of a page, by opening & closing case cover
- Download interactive Fisher-Price Story Apps that introduce classic stories & nursery rhymes
- Sturdy case protects your mobile device from dribbles, drools and sticky little fingers
- Helps strengthen baby's fine motor skills and inspires curiosity & confidence
- Reader is compatible with iPhone® 1G, 3G, 3GS, 4G, 4S and iPod touch® 2G, 3G and 4G.
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Ignoring the app they try to pimp along with this product, it's worth its weight in gold to a parent of a fussy child. There are plenty of apps to occupy your child, and if you find the right one it doesn't get much better than hearing the cries stop, seeing the smile slowly creep onto their face, and watching them bounce up and down like babies and toddlers do.
One great aspect of this product is the home button on the iPhone is blocked off from usage. Once the front cover is opened the viewing space is obviously enlarged from the front-page mini-window, but the home button still can't be pushed. The protective screen over the front of the iPhone avoids the bubbles that plague most screen covers, and it retains the sensitivity to the touch. The handle is also perfect for little hands, and works well as a teething toy. Actually, the whole thing can be chewed on fairly safely. Speaking of safety, the back of the reader simply can't be opened by a child. It requires the push of a safety button, followed by simultaneously down a second latch.
In summary, I put in my iPhone, went to the internet, found the "Hot Dog Song" from the Mickey Mouse Club, and my daughter now thinks this is the best toy ever. She doesn't know what she's doing, but when the song ends, she slaps at the screen and the video restarts. That is a great toy. The only reason this doesn't get 5 stars is the fact that ultimately, it really is just a big iPhone case.
If you can manage the child proof backing to get the iTouch in it, this is a great solution. I doubt it would survive immersion but it looks pretty sturdy otherwise.
I put my iTouch in with the button at the top with the cut out and that made it upside down in the case. My iTouch is the right size but old enough that it doesn't correct the upside down orientation - only three sides. That was pretty interesting to learn about my iTouch because it had never been an issue before. (This issue actually corrected itself after I reset my iTouch recently.)
If I put the iTouch in it so the orientation is correct, then I can't use the button. It's not a huge issue, only a problem if yours is as old as mine. (This issue is also corrected after a reset.)
The apps are cute. I found it easier just to go to the app store to download them.
And Fisher Price? There's no excuse for that kind of packaging and no way you could have made it more difficult to get it out of the box. The only thing worse than breaking fingernails is having a child watch and hear that kind of language. I said Gol Darn it 8 times.
Then the back is hard to get off, if you have a case you need to take it off, and then the plastic cover makes buttons very hard to use. To top it off you don't even get any credit for Fisher-Price paid apps, just a QR code to some free apps.
Much better ways to use your money and completely forget it for a phone of iPod you use. I could only see it for a spare and it isn't even worth it for that. Not recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was sent back twice bc the description stated it was for iPhone 5S and it was actually for an iPhone 4Published 11 months ago by Taz
It started out as a cute gift idea but the way you have to place the iPhone/iPod in the book is awkward. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Susanah Crowder
Ok, but you're unable to get to the HOME button without opening the case to start every new game/story when the child is done with one. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kelsey G.
when i buy it, the item describe iphone 5, but dont work with iphone 5, be carefull with the descriptionPublished 20 months ago by Javier Eduardo Espinosa Hurtado
It is a great case for an iPhone 4 or iPod 4. Unlike the product description it DOES NOT fit iPhone 5.Published 21 months ago by Beverly Thornton