Sleep Well My Pet! is a simple and sweet collection of sleeping animals, relaxing to children, hopefully helpful in lulling them into slumber as well.
Easy to use, one can watch a slide show or scroll through these sleepy, charming images of animals such as dog, panda, pig or lion – all with their eyes closed as they rest. Non-mammal animals are included such as flamingos or green frog which are interesting as well as peaceful images.
Parents are also able to select or de-select images to focus on dogs or cats if they wish or to avoid an animal if they see fit.
One has a few musical choices to accompany this app, my favorite being the classical music piece Clair de Lune as well as an unnamed selection using the tankdrum instrument.
The images included here are lovely and are sure to be enjoyed by children of all ages, but I did notice as an adult that some of these photos, although nicely detailed, do have areas with a shallow depth of field which can create focus problems as well as an audio loop point that I found distracting – issues that I think would pass over the heads of the children this app is geared toward.
Even with this note, this app is a nice idea and may be effective in calming babies and other young children at bedtime or before their naps.
I do think, however, that the current price of this app at $3.99 is a little high compared to the content of other apps at this price point.
Having said this, Sleep Well My Pet! is a nice idea and may be effective in calming babies and other young children at bedtime or before their naps. Adults will also enjoy reading the included text with some insight as to how the idea for this app came about as well as some interesting information about the sleep habits of animals – a nice touch.
Sleep well, my pet!
Developer: Thomas Bode
Released: 2012-12-19 00:00:00
Description from the DeveloperRelaxation for parents and children! Children love animals and children start imitating others from an early age. This small app takes advantage of both aspects. The sight of peacefully slumbering animals stimulates the urge to rest.
Take your child on your lap and show him/her how lovely the animals look when they are asleep. That will hopefully have the desired effect. It is also a nice kind of bedtime treat.
You can watch all the animals as a gently fading slideshow. Alternatively you can browse page by page. In case you dislike an animal (which we do not believe since they all are so nice) you can deselect it.
Choose one of the soft and pleasant pieces of music if you like. There are classical, meditative and traditional songs.
Some interesting information on the topic of the sleep of animals is available too.
Adults also enjoy the relaxing effects of the app - we do, anyway. On a stressful day, it helps you to relax and give a little smile. You will enjoy seeing again and again the dozens of touching and interesting photos. For animal lovers, from 1 to 100, so ...
This app is free of advertisement and links to additional purchases!