Do you have kids who like to draw?  The new Dipdap app provides an assortment of animated adventures for your kids to explore!  This app provides a drawing adventure that will be both fun and challenging.  The goal is for kids to draw in missing objects that, once drawn, enable Dipdap to complete his misison!  This app has been recommended for children ages 2 through 6 years old.  I thought that this app had a great concept and would be rewarding for kids.

Dipdap features 16 beautifully animated adventures.  In each adventure, your child will be prompted to draw in missing objects that will help Dipdap complete his mission.  All of the adventures are designed to inspire your child’s imagination, as well as help them learn how to be a problem solver.  Kids can watch Dipdap respond to the lines that are drawn, and then playback and share with friends and family!  Your child can record every line drawn and then playback the entire sequence of drawing.  If you have a younger child, you can turn off the set guides and your little one is free to draw whatever they like (no rules)!  The app features a freeform sketchpad with different color crayons as well.  Of course, kids can save their drawings to share with their friends and family, as well as export their drawings to their gallery or send them to the app’s website,  I loved the variety of drawing activities in the Dipdap app.  I also like that there are no advertisements or in-app purchases to worry about.

I really enjoyed the Dipdap app.  I think that this app is a great creative tool that will teach kids how to problem-solve.  If you would like to share a fun new art app with your child, be sure to check out Dipdap!

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this app for review purposes.

About The Author


Nikki is a retired bookkeeper, starting her second career as a stay at home mom. She lives with her husband, son and yellow lab in North Carolina. She loves technology and gadgets – and her iPad is one of her favorites. One of her favorite things about apps is that they are so versatile – there are apps for teaching kids, apps for entertainment, apps for hobbies…She definitely believes the phrase “There’s an app for that…”

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