CONCEPT: Superimpose a 3D character onto an image, complete with an audio recording.
DELIVERY: So I was looking for apps like the ever-useful Tellagami and stumbled across Zoobe being suggested as an alternative. Unfortunately, this isn't anywhere near as well delivered and thus nowhere near as useful to educators.The premise is similar in that you can give a voice to a digital character which you can superimpose over an image.
You actually get to use some recognisable characters such as Papa Smurf and Smurfette, though you do have to pay for them.
To be fair to Zoobe, it isn't intended as an educational tool. Even so, there are several reasons why it isn't worth a look...
LIMITATIONS: Where to begin? You must be connected to the internet for the app to even function. The animations themselves are pre-set and not even rendered that well. There's no option for customisation at all. Oh and you only get two characters and all the others come with a price tag!
CONCLUSION: Stick with Tellagami. 1/5
Speaking and listening
Second language work