Three mobile apps that bring the fun and creativity of LEGO bricks to mobile devices, allowing kids to create stop-motion movies, music and their own brick images.
- Super Hero Movie Maker
- LEGO DUPLO Jams
- CL!CK Photo App
This mobile app allows users to create stop-motion videos with DC superhero characters, edit them, and share them on your mobile phone. The free app helps kids (and adults) pretend to be the next Tim Burton by using simple tools and guides. You can even score your directorial debut with music! To help with the storytelling process, LEGO included 11 title cards in the mix with images from Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and more. The app also has five different soundtracks you can add to enhance your crime-fighting tale, and offers the option to add a colored filter to your shot to give a scene a particular look or mood. Building a tool that allows you to create videos with your mobile phone bridges the gap between the brand’s physical and digital engagements. The Super Heroes Movie Maker App gets LEGO builders acquainted with the DC Universe Super Heroes minifigures, and allows them to get to know — some for the first time — their superpowers, gadgets, archenemies and sidekicks.
LEGO® DUPLO® JAMS provides an interactive, musical world for your toddler or preschooler to discover the joy of building. Set to upbeat playroom songs that even parents will enjoy, this app lets children build their imaginations by clicking bricks to explore colorful worlds as they sing along to catchy tunes.
LEGO Photo is LEGO's first official iPhone application, available for free at the iTunes App Store. It works with the iPhone and saved images on an iPod touch, letting consumers immortalize their favorite images in LEGO form. Users can simply choose a photo from an existing gallery, or point the camera to snap a photo then touch the screen to watch their masterpiece build. Additional screen taps show portraits in nine different color palette options. Celebrating CL!CK portraits is easy. Users can upload to a social networking page, email it to grandparents and friends, print it, or even tweet it using #legoclick.