Doodling Dragons App Support
Apple Devices Supported: iPhone, iPod, iPad running iOS 5 and higher.
NOTE: current performance on the iPad 1 is not as good as the other platforms and may quit occasionaly. We expect to have this fixed in the next release.
Android Devices Supported: Devices running Android 2.2 and higher.
NOTE: Dooding Dragons is no longer available for download from Google Play. Android support proved too costly.
How do I...
Listen to Jim Weiss narrate the book
From the home page, touch the picture of the Doodling Dragons book in the middle of the screen.
Turn narration off/on
After the book begins with narration, you can turn it off by touching the icon of the "head" in the top, left corner of the screen. It will turn gray, when narration is off. To turn narration back on, touch the "head" icon again.
Listen to the sounds of each phonogram
From the home page, touch the "learn" button. This will take you to a page with the a-z phonograms. Touch each letter to hear its sounds.
Play the phonemic awareness game with one phonogram at a time
From the home page, touch the "play" button. This will take you to a page with the a-z phonograms. Touch a phonogram to play the phonoemic awareness game with that phonogram.
Play the phonemic awareness game with all the phonograms in random order
From the home page, touch the "play" button. This will take you to a page with the a-z phonograms. Touch the arrow button in the bottom, right corner to play the phonemic awareness game with all the phonograms at random.
What to include when reporting a problem
We appreciate hearing about times when the app fails so we can improve your experience with it. It is helpful if you include the following information when telling us about a problem:
- Operating system (iOS 7, Android 4.1)
- Device (iPod touch 3rd Generation, iPad 1st Generation, Nexus 7, etc.)
- Detailed description of what you were doing when the problem occurred.
Find your OS version
From the the Home Screen of your iOS (Apple) device, tap Settings > General > About.
For Android devices, check your manufacturer instructions to find Android version.