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Big App, Little Substance
This app has a colorful and well designed interface that grabs your attention, but it is light on meaningful content. It may be ok for teaching younger children geography.
SomethingtoSay543 on Jul 13, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Racist and Discriminatory
This "Atlas" doesn't show the state of Palestine but has the nerve to show the recently created State of Israel. It also somehow establishes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel when in reality, the capital of Palestine is actually Jerusalem.
Ali7133 on Jul 13, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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THE WORST APP EVER ON MY PHONE
This is by far THE WORST app on my iPhone. Totally useless and has so little info.
davidjewels0 on Jul 12, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Entertaining
This app is fun and if you're not a geography expert it is interesting and somewhat educational;)
Bicycleboy10 on Jul 12, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Wonderful app!!
I don't know why others are complaining. There is just enough info and illustrations to prove a point. It's GREAT for kids with short attention spans... And has managed to keep my 4 year old daughter (and 32 year old husband) occupied for hours! Fantastic app and I would recommend it to anyone!
KimmyJo65 on Jul 12, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Children might like it
Kids might like it for 5 minutes. Adults soon discover it takes up lots of room and gives a tidbit about lots of things but nothing in depth. Not very helpful or fun.
Want2surf on Jul 12, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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