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OTATAA's Family App "Xmas Night" Frees Parents from the Need to Explain Santa Claus
Free download during the Advent period for version 2.0 newly released in the App Store
By PR Newswire

NEW YORK, December 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

The beloved app "Xmas Night - gifts for animals" is now ready as Version 2.0 to be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store - just in time for the days of Advent and the holidays. In the category "Children's Entertainment 4+ years," it is available for iPhone and iPad. Its publication for the Google Playstore is forthcoming shortly.

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Every year, parents are forced to again explain the topic of "Santa Claus and presents" to their children: where does Santa Claus come from, and does everyone get presents? The interactive app "Xmas Night" offers support for this in a fun way. Inside the interactive story, great voices give children a reassuring answer: even animals receive presents and have a lot of fun. Conceived as a high-quality digital family experience for young and old, the app offers great entertainment and can be used together or alone - through its "autopilot."

"With our app, we hope to guarantee an imaginative and creative play experience within the family. We know that parents might be afraid that tablets and smartphones cut into the quality time of parents with their children," says creative director Lisa Reinerth, who specializes in innovative children's entertainment. "We don't share this concern. We want our apps to be seen as a joint activity, with parents as well as children sharing in the fun and promoting creativity."


In the "Best Apps for Kids" segment, OTATAA aims for high-quality family entertainment and capitalizes on the healthful "digital mix" of play, learning, and haptic experience.




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