Google launched Toontastic 3D on iOS and Android. The application allows children to create their own stories to share with others.
With Toontastic 3D, users can create short stories, longer “classic” stories and science reports. Each story or report is split into multiple “scenes,” and users can prepare each scene by choosing from a variety of background settings and characters. In addition to using the app’s existing content, users can also draw their own settings and characters in the app’s drawing menu.
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0I58rFe18Q?rel=0]Once a user has prepared a scene, they can tell their story by recording their voice in the app. Users can drag characters around the environment as they record. Once a clip has been recorded, users have the option to add instrumental music to the scene.
When a story or report is finished, users can export the project to their device’s camera roll to share it with others.
In addition to creating their own stories, users can browse story ideas and watch featured stories in the app’s Idea Lab.
Toontastic 3D is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store and Google Play.