WingedChariot has is entering the race for girly-est app ever, with the release of its first picture book for the iPad. Emma Loves Pink is the first in a new series of multi-lingual picture stories for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and it tells the story of a ridiculously cute hare who loves the colour pink.
Illustrated by award winning Estonian artist Piret Raud, Emma Loves Pink is available in 3 languages: English, Estonian and Japanese. Alongside the cute story and animation is the opportunity for children to save digital stickers which can be played with and emailed to friends...just like the good ole' days...sort of.
The app is available in the itunes store and is priced at $2.99, £1.79 or €2.39
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