When I was a kid I had never hear of app. I do not even think we had internet? We still went to the library and used the good old Encyclopedia section to work on reports and such. (Am I old? ) Times have changed. 21st Century kids are connected to the web in all sorts of ways. Laptops, iPads, Mobile devices/phones, Apps, & App Gear the newest trends and must haves. Devices we never thought of as children our kids can't seem to live without.
AppGear Online what is it? Appgear is an innovative line of apps that seamlessly interact with digital toys. USA Today and ToysRUs predict that Appcessories will be the hottest new toy category AppGear is shifting digital gaming into reality. WowWee the company behind AppGear has been a leader in innovative toys, robotics, and consumer electronics for years. They are very excited about the new digital mobile world! WowWee is releasing two new products this month. AppGear Foam Fighters and AppGear ZombiBurbz. Both innovative new games are bound to draw some attention in this app loving generation.
AppGear - Foam Fighters are foam planes that fly in the real world, and unlock missions in the digital world. So Cool! They must be attached to an iPhone , iPad Touch, or Android smartphone to work. When viewed from a smart device the planes fly, take on damage and fight. You are able to battle friends over local Wi-Fi to see who will dominate the skies. Foam Fighters are coming out Spring 2012.
How many apps does your child currently have on their phone ? How many of them have smart phones and other connections to the web? Digital devices are taking over and toys are following the path of this new age we are in.
AppGear - ZombieBurbz is also coming out Spring 2012. It is fun designed for the iPad and tablets. In this game you are helping the undead achieve the suburban dream .
In an age when being connected is the newest and hottest trends AppGear will surely be on some radar. The two games this month and four new apps in the next three months equals lots of fun for your mobile devices. Will AppGear be on your child's list this Christmas?