Koodler.lite lets kids unleash their creativity. It includes tons of features so children can have endless fun while creating great works of art.
Concept and Functionality
We’re huge fans of creative apps for kids, and Koodler.lite is certainly no exception.
Koodler.Lite, an Android app by Moiggi Interactive, shows kids around for the app with a brief tutorial that can be navigated by tapping the screen.
The tutorial is very helpful with finding your way around, and there is a useful help button that can be accessed at any time.
Koodler.lite is fairly easy to navigate, but the interface feels a little cramped, even on my 7 inch tablet. There are tons of buttons on the screen, mostly for selecting brush types and other options. Younger kids might feel intimidated by the sheer number of things on the screen.
One thing I really like about Koodler.lite is the fact that it offers countless ways for kids to have fun.
It’ll definitely take a bit of time to get used to everything the app offers, but I personally believe that it is time well spent.
Koodler.lite is an excellent app with much to offer and the more time kids spend with it the more creative they’ll get with using it.
That said, when it comes to UI’s less is often more and a simpler design would help kids easily find what they’re likely to use most. Then once they are more comfortable with it they could explore to find more.
When it comes to features, Koodler.lite definitely has things covered. There are over 50 unique brushes for kids to use, all varying in size, color, shape, and more.
There are also advanced art options such as layer manipulation, and cloning. Essentially the app can be as simple or as complex as kids want it to be.
It’s worth mentioning that Koodler.lite comes with a free 7 day trial that unlocks all features. I couldn’t find any information on how to purchase the full version of the app, nor what the full version entails.
Koodler.lite is available to download from Google Play for free and is supported by ads. The ads pop up sporadically, but it’s worth mentioning for parents who don’t like surprises. The link to the full paid version without ads is here.
Overall, I think Koodler.lite is a fantastic drawing app that’s very kid friendly. It’s even great for adults who want to have fun drawing with their child.
You can also visit their Facebook page to find out more and leave comments.
Koodler.lite requires Android 2.3+. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
Find your next Android app at AndroidAppsReview.com
What do YOU think? We’d love to hear your comments, try it and let us know!