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Ubooly Interactive Peluche jouet
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On the downside: My Samsung Galaxy S4 is too large to fit in the standard sized Ubooly, so we had to go on a hunt for an older, smaller phone to use inside it. Thankfully we're in the habit of hanging on to our older phones as "spares" and my husband had an HTC Evo that fit perfectly. Thus you might want to compare the Ubooly size specs with the size of your phone to make sure it'll fit. (This actually worked out for the best in our case, because now we grown-ups don't have to give up our phones for the kids to use the Ubooly). I'm not sure what size the Jumbo Ubooly goes up to, but we're considering a second Ubooly because our 9-year-old with special needs also loves the Ubooly, and one that would fit a tablet would be perfect for him.
Overall, I really like the Ubooly. It's adorable, and there's a good selection of reasonably priced interactive apps for various ages and abilities. My toddler son LOVES his Ubooly, both the toy and the apps. We had a lot of fun customizing the look of his Ubooly face (in the app) too. He likes to play with it just as a regular stuffed animal (with the "placeholder" face inside) when we don't want to put the phone inside. Alternatively, the apps can be used without the toy, which is handy - but they're more fun used in conjunction with the toy.
I received this product complimentary for review purposes; all opinions are 100% my own.
The app: Before buying the toy, I made sure to download the app and sign up first. It works well, but has a bit of a learning curve. It also doesn't always listen properly (I said "play music", and it went to sleep once). The last update was in 2014, so hopefully some new updates are rolled out soon.
The toy: It is cute, and the overall concept is nice. I was too late to get in on the Kickstarter campaign a few years ago, so I was super excited to see it here. My son doesn't really like stuffed animals, but he is okay with his Ubooly. You really don't need the toy to play, but it makes for a super protective case. One thing to note is that it has a chemical smell (from the memory foam) that needs to be aired out.
Play: I was able to fit the phone without it bulging out. It automatically swapped views to the large face. Tapping the face is a bit annoying with longer nails, but possible, and easier for kids. The Ubooly can say my son's name, but has only said it once. It will talk your ear off, and does not wait for a prompt, it just goes until it hears "No," and will continue until you say "be quiet" or "go to sleep" after tapping its face twice. Default mode is nice, but it would be great if I could swap modes from my phone, so I don't need to take the phone out each time, which (I feel) ruins the fun/illusion of a creature friend/pet.
We have had it for a few days. So far, my son doesn't like waiting for me to put the phone in, and just plays with the app without the toy. I have been encouraging him to use the toy, but I may end up returning it if he continues to not use it.
T had a ball playing with this. He loved that it knew his name and responded to his statements. He enjoyed the chance to get silly and move around. Most apps just have you sitting there but not Ubooly – they want you to jump and shake and crawl through the jungle – and that’s just the intro!
It was fairly easy to set up both and his older sister with accounts. I also found it easy to buy lessons, though there is a fair bit to explore for free with the app. If you are going to buy lessons, I would recommend just paying $30 for all of them. Hopefully this will include any new lessons that may be released.
I did find that it had a bit of trouble hearing him but maybe it’s just my phone. I also found a bit of lag time when pushing the screen to pause in the middle of a lesson. Finally, not really a bad thing, but a heads-up to users – purchase any lesson with your account on the actual device you’re using. It didn’t register the lesson I had bought and start downloading onto I did that.
I think Ubooly would make a great gift to help get kids moving and learning while still indulging their love of electronics. The bonus is that Ubooly keeps the devices fairly well protected while the kids enjoy. Maybe Mom & Dad can buy the Ubooly and grandparents buy the lessons? Also, kids that enjoy toys like Magic Jinn (which we have and the kids still play with 6 months later), they will probably like the interaction that this toy offers.