Bimarc’s Home

Appy Chat & Giveaway

Bimarc’s Home

By PipilApps


Bimarc’s Home, the application that enhances learning by playing with everyday elements of our home. Each room has some simple games that contributes to the learning of the following concepts:




-Accuracy and Sensory Properties

Using hand-drawn illustrations, original songs and games based on daily tasks, Bimarc’s Home aims to be a child application in which all the world’s children can identify with and feel the familiar warmth to be able to enjoy in company of all the family members.


-Hand Made Illustration

-Retina Display ImagesiPad Screenshot 2

-Every room has two simple games

-Narration and explanation of each game in three languages

-Living-room gives results of games played

-Original Music

-Multicultural character selection

-Based on Mercè Rodriguez Uris pedagogic method

-Facebook link exclusively dedicated to hear your feedback.

iPad Screenshot 3Specifications:

Category: Education

Released: 22 November 2012

Version: 1.0

Language: English, Catalan, Spanish

Age: 3-6


When did you decide to develop this app?

I’ve decided to create Bimarc’s Home in Spring 2012, because I saw my 3 years old child was very addicted to iPad and I had problems trying to limit his time on it. Therefore, I though it was better to create and educational app that will also teach my son some home duties. Also, the name is this app is the combination of my two sons names, Biel and Marc.

When did you first release this app?

It was released yesterday, so my eyes are suffering being exposed that much time in front of a screen. 

How long did it take you to develop this app?

Too long for me, about 7 months.

What is your favourite feature?

Uhmm, probably what I like the most are the small details, like the songs and the different melodies that sound when every character from the app gets a reward.

What is your favourite page in the app?

The living room, which actually have no games on it, but gives the parents a brief detailed evaluation from every game played.

What skills were you hoping to help the end user to develop?

Memory, ordination, classification, accuracy and sensory skills but most of all, learning to enjoy daily home duties.

What age range would this app most suit?

From 3 to 6 years old

Are any new updates coming soon?

Maybe in January 2013.


Thank you so much for sharing your book with us, the activities are just lovely for children, picking colours, matching and sorting, putting ingredient to bake a cake. I also like the loungeroom with the information for the parents on how their child has gone with each of the tasks.


If you think that this app would be suitable for your child, we have a giveaway running until the Dec 1, 2012  Enter –> a Rafflecopter giveaway

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s