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If you have young children in the house, then you know that nothing captures their attention like a good story. But coming up with a story of your own can be very difficult, especially when you need to do it every night. One solution would be to get children’s stories books but then you would have a bunch of books lying around. The most convenient solution for smartdevice owners is a tool called FarFaria.

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FarFaria is a smartdevice application compatible with iPad devices. The application is sized at nearly 27 MB and compatible with iPad devices running version 5.0 or later of iOS. The app provides you stories for little children. You can get stories from different categories including animals, bedtime, adventure, classics, fantasies, and fairytales. You can tell your children stories from any one of these categories.

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Overall, the app offers more than beautiful and fun picture books. They are all intended for children aged between 2 years and 9 years. Every week, the app adds four new exciting stories to keep children interested.

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The app does not feature any pesky ads or distractions – it is free from all adverts. You can favorite stories to read them later offline; this way you do not always need Internet access to read the stories.

FarFaria is available for free from iTunes. The app is free for its initial 30 days. After that you can subscribe to it for $3.99 per month. Your subscriptions are automatically renewed unless you unsubscribe.

The developers of the app have generously provided 10 X 6 month licenses for free to MUO readers. First 10 people to comment on this post will get them.

Features:

  • A user-friendly smartdevice app.
  • Compatible with iPad devices.
  • Features stories for little children.
  • Offers various categories of stories.
  • Offers four new stories every week.

Check out FarFaria @ http://www.farfaria.com 

  1. RO
    September 15, 2012 at 4:02 am

    I downloaded the FarFaria app last week, but couldn't get the 30-day trial to work when I finally got around to trying it this week. I contacted their support people, and got a response within minutes. The problem was completely resolved after a couple of emails back and forth. I'm a happy customer, and looking forward to enjoying the books with my 5yo kindergartener! :)

  2. Mick
    June 5, 2012 at 12:22 pm

    Sounds interesting - will definitely check it out.

  3. Richardl
    June 4, 2012 at 2:26 am

    Even though it makes print material less important, this is a great site as it will expose more kids to more stories! Well done.w

  4. Jose B
    June 1, 2012 at 5:42 pm

    This is very nice my son would love this app. Since he already knows how to use an I Pad and hes only 3.

  5. Dixie
    June 1, 2012 at 3:24 pm

    I live in Costa Rica and teach English to children. This would be a great teaching tool.

  6. Meghen
    June 1, 2012 at 1:53 pm

    I still love having physical books for my little guy, but this would be great for travel or waiting in lines....especially if I get a free subscription :)

  7. Amina Valieva
    June 1, 2012 at 6:13 am

    Great service, I'll definitely make use of it.

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