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The Moblees

A second-screen experience that syncs with The Moblees TV show in real time, inspiring preschoolers to get up and Moblee moving! The app puts your child in the world of Terra Mova and lets you record them moving along with their favourite Moblees characters in their own personal Appisode.

The Moblees app for iPad is a second-screen experience that puts young kids right in the middle of the colourful 3D world of The Moblees. When launched by a parent or caregiver, the app uses innovative audio technology to recognize when an episode of The Moblees is airing and syncs with the series in real time, starting a countdown to the moment when it’s time to get up and move. Parents and caregivers can then record their child’s Moblee moves using the iPad camera, creating a one-of-a-kind Appisode video featuring their child moving with their favourite characters from the series. Appisodes can be replayed an unlimited number of times. Now available for free in the App Store in Canada, the app features parental lock settings and no in-app purchases for a safe, fun experience for both kids and caregivers. The Moblees app won a Cynopsis Award for Best Kids Tech Activation.

Project Details

Release Date February 17, 2015
Content Component(s) Application
Language(s) English
Target Audience(s) Children
Health & Wellness Subject Area(s) Physical Activity
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1000 jours

Tv Series, Virtual Reality, Webisodes, Websites

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