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Hungry Clipper Helps Kids Have Fingernails Cut

Duckie Deck Hungry Clipper

Do your kids like to have fingernails cut? How clean are the fingernails? Are they good at washing hands? Hungry Clipper from Duckie Deck is an app that makes nail clipping fun. I hope with the Hungry Clipper, your child will love to wash hands and have fingernails trimmed.

Like most Duckie Deck apps, Hungry Clipper is a very simple app. There is no speaking or reading in the app, so kids of any age can play.Hungry Clipper Helps Kids Cut Finger NailsWhen kids start the app, they saw a funny shaped clipper and a hand with long nails. The child’s job is to move the hand and feed each finger to the clipper. If the finger meets the clipper’s selection criteria, it will start clipping the nail, making it short and neat. The selection criteria are simple: the hand is clean, there is nothing attached to the finger, there is no un-attended wound, and there is nothing on the nails. If the hand is dirty, kids can use a sponge to clean the hand first and then feed the fingers to the hungry clipper one by one. If there is a scratch on the hand, kids can pick up a band aid to cover the scratch. The clipper doesn’t like many extra stuff on hands and they need be removed before he’s going to clip the nails.

There are many different kinds of hands: hairy hand, hands with smooth skin, dark hand, white hand, dirty hands, clean hand, and hand with rings… There are even paws of various animals for the fun.

There is no lessons in the app, just fun clipping. But we hope after playing with the hungry clippers, kids will like to have their own finger nails clipped too.

Hungry clipper works on iPhone, iPod and iPad. It is currently on sale for $0.99 on App Store.

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Hungry Clipper

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