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PRE-SCHOOL MONTH: Winnie the Pooh app launches for Android

Disney Publishing Worldwide releases first app for platform.
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Children's book app Winnie the Pooh: What's a Bear to Do? is now available in multiple languages for Android smartphones and tablets.

The app features narration in five different languages - English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese - plus sound effects and Winnie the Pooh music. Children also have the option to turn off the narration and record their own voice, reading the story aloud as they follow the animations and turn the pages.

There are three reading modes: Read to Me, Read on My Own and Use My Recording.

"Our Winnie the Pooh digital products have been incredibly popular, and we want to ensure that all families have the opportunity to experience our stories on their mobile devices," said Russell Hampton, president of Disney Publishing Worldwide.

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