Denver, Colorado (PressExposure) January 23, 2012 -- Lil' Hoot Owl, a developer of top apps for toddlers, currently holds the the App of the Week on http://www.iheartthisapp.com. Lil' iSculpt is an interactive and educational app that also entertains young children between the ages of 1 and 5 as they chip away stone to reveal unique sculptures and fully animated environments. Lil' iSculpt can be purchased for $.99 for the iPhone/iTouch and $1.99 for the iPad.
"With a toddler of our own to provide us with the most candid and up-to-date 'market research' available, we've spent a lot of time ensuring Lil' iSculpt is not only entertaining and educational for kids, but is also easy to navigate so both parent and child are satisfied," said Lil' Hoot Owl CEO Alison Finley. "We've had a lot of parents tell us they love the ease of use and minimal frustration of Lil' iSculpt, which was most likely a key contributor for the votes. My husband Tom and I certainly know first-hand that we can all use a breather from time to time."
Lil' iSculpt allows a child's inner artist to emerge and is one of the best apps for kids on the market today. After chizzling away at a rock to see a sculpture fully revealed, children are greeted by the screen coming magically to life and transforming into a fully animated object. Not only are children completely entertained, but they also learn about musical instruments, various animals, objects, and world-renowned monuments.
Lil' Hoot Owl LLC was founded in July 2010 by Tom and Alison Finley, a husband and wife team from Denver. Lil' Hoot Owl creates entertaining and educational apps for kids designed for the iPhone, iTouch, and iPad. Parents of Presley (13 months) and Drew (3 years old - their iTot!), the latter who immensely enjoys "edutainment" games on the iPhone and iPad, Tom and Alison develop games that are engaging, entertaining, and educational for toddlers and pre-schoolers. They are amazed with what their three-year-old has learned from the iPhone, and it is their passion to deliver games that serve a similar purpose for other parents of iTots. To find out more information, please visit http://www.lilhootowl.com or contact Alison at email@example.com.