Best Kids Apps

My PlayHome

A simple dollhouse app that's good for girls and boys
Rated 4.5/5 based on 5 customer reviews
$2.99 In stock
Jamie Pearson. and work as an Freelance writer, a mother of two, and the publisher of two popular-ish websites: Best Kids Apps and Travel Savvy Mom. at BestKidsApps.
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  • Age: 2+ |

  • $2.99


My Playhome iconis a calming app that encourages open-ended play.

Kids as young as two (and as old as ten) will enjoy discovering the many interactive features built in to this seeming simple but multi-layered dollhouse app.

There are no scores, deadlines, power ups, or lives to lose.  Just four fun-filled rooms to explore in a sweet and simple house.

Why we like it:

There are so many fun surprises in every room!  Put in a new CD.  Take a bite out of an apple.  Fry an egg.  Brush your teeth.  Pet the cat.  Get some cold pizza out of the fridge.  Your kids won’t get bored any time soon.

As if that’s not enough, you can add family members into the tableau and make them part of your story too.

Maybe future updates will include the option to choose the family’s ethnicity.  If it had that, it would be pretty much perfect.

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We tested version 1.4, which is compatible with the iPad (version 4.2 or later). Developer Shimon Young. Read our disclosure policy.

5 thoughts on “My PlayHome

  1. Lisa B. says:

    The price in iTunes is $2.99, not $1.99.

  2. Yay for open-ended, creative play!

  3. Jamie Pearson says:

    Oops on the price — we fixed it. Thanks for the heads up Lisa B.

  4. Avraham S. says:

    Very pleasant scenes and great interaction. Movement and sound are fun and real. Lovely job!

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