Touch, Look, Listen ~ My First Words

Touch, Look, Listen ~ My First Words

By StoryToys Entertainment Limited

Score: 4.26503
From 1,181 Ratings


* Winner of the Editor's Choice Award, Children's Technology Review * Touch, Look, Listen will delight and encourage children as they learn their first words. It’s the perfect book app for parents and little ones to share, combining superb photographs, simple word labels and friendly narration. It's also great way for children to learn another language, with an option to add a second language that you'd like to see and hear. Touch, Look, Listen is just like a real board book. Each page is introduced by a playful rhyme, while bright and colorful images magically pop-up in each 3D scene. When little ones tap a picture, they see and hear the word for it, making this a powerful tool for learning new words as well as reinforcing those they already know. With the second language option, they can explore other languages too, including French, German, Spanish and Chinese. The book covers all the popular preschool subjects, grouped into 14 different categories. There are lots of familiar things to find and name, such as animals, vehicles and things around the home, along with key concepts such as numbers and colors. ************************ FEATURES: Touch, Look, Listen - My First Words is part of the StoryToys Junior line. Designed for young children aged 18 months to 3+ years old, it includes the following features: • Full 3D experience - just like a real book • 14 interactive 3D pop-up scenes and over 100 words • Choice of English, French, German, Spanish and Chinese as either primary or secondary language • Fully narrated in each language by professional actors • Stunning and highly-detailed photographs showing objects as they are in real life • Featuring a calming soundtrack and fun sound effects such as animal noises an Go to to watch a short video of the app. ************************ STORYTOYS AWARDS: • Kidscreen Award • Winner of the Bologna Ragazzi Digital Award • 11 Children’s Technology Review Editor’s Choice Awards • 2 iLounge awards for best kids’ app • 2 Mom’s Choice gold awards • Mom’s Choice Silver award • Shortlist nominations for the FutureBook Digital Innovation Award • Best Kids’ App Ever winner • Longlisted for the DBW Publishing innovation award • 9 Tech With Kids Best Pick App Awards ************************ STAY IN TOUCH! Stay in touch to hear about new releases and promotions: - Visit us: - Email us: For any technical issues please email us at - Like us on Facebook: - Follow us on Twitter: @StoryToys



  • No sound

    By bnwwww
    Will be getting a refund
  • Issues with sound

    By Jdoeofdc
    It’s a great app, when the sound works.
  • No sound

    By Future back
    Looks like a great app, but having the same no sound issues others noted. Kind of an important part of this app, so pretty useless without it.
  • Works Just Fine!

    By Emh40
    I hesitated on this purchase due to reviews stating audio problems, but the app works just fine for us! Our toddler likes it!
  • Sound issue

    By Sandrak777
    The app used to be great, now the sound does not work. Disappointing.
  • No sound!

    By WindleyD
    The sound will not work! I have checked and double checked my device and the sound works with all other apps, so I know the problem is with this app! I'm so disappointed and so was my toddler!!!
  • Sound issues

    By Healthintraining
    The sound settings are on, but there is no sound. Disappointing
  • Good book

    By Jessicadgally
    This is a good book but think it is pricey. My son is 16 months and does like it though.
  • Dizzy

    By Song list fan
    I wish I did not buy this app. The way the background moves makes you very dizzy. My son does not like it at all.
  • Great for building vocabulary

    By Tristyslp
    I am an Speech Language Pathologist and have found this to be a great book to work on expanding children's vocabulary receptively and expressivley. Easy to navigate and keeps the kids attentions. Great app. The only problem I have with it is that you have to tap it twice to get the sound effects..and then there aren't sound effects for some spend a lot of time double tapping...however, I just turn off the sound and have the kids name them or point to them.