With Halloween right around the corner, it's a good time for a literary fright night with one of America's foremost writers of spooky fiction .... Edgar Allen Poe. iPoe, a new rendition of the author's classic tales, morphs Poe's original work into an interactive collection of four short stories, including The Tell-tale Heart and The Mask of the Red Death. It is appropriate for older children as well as adults.
Beware...the collection has some pop-ups that startled me, so I would not recommend iPoe for younger readers. Check out the iTunes link and review from AppAdvice below.
And do not read iPoe on a dark, stormy night with the lights out!
iPoe – The Interactive and Illustrated Edgar Allan Poe Collection ($3.99 Free, 242.8 MB): Experience the work of Edgar Allan Poe like never before with this interactive storybook app.
The app allows you to page through four of Poe’s best works by swiping across the screen. Each page is brought to life through interactive elements and gorgeous animations. The app includes an original soundtrack, an intuitive menu system, and English, Spanish, and French language support.
iPoe – The Interactive and Illustrated Edgar Allan Poe Collection has been available for free. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 2176 ratings.
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