From the home screen, tap the Settings icon.From there you can change a variety of settings including turning off multitasking gestures.For more detail, please refer to http://www.apple.com/support/ipad
You can, but you will not get the full experience and ease of functionality as when playing with the Apptivity toy.
To play without the toy, use two fingers to activate the virtual car.The action button is the red portion of the car hood that you can press with another finger.
In order to access the content in the hangars each time you play, you must first find the co-pilot monkey by following the purple monkey icon.The monkey will give you keys to the hangar.Or, you can buy the co-pilot monkey using a one-time in-app purchase, so you don’t need to do this every time you play.
You can customize your virtual car in the workshop also, using credits that you can earn or purchase in the app.
We know a big concern with parents is the safety of playing with a physical toy on their iPad screen.Acknowledging this, we have developed our toys utilizing special screen-safe plastic that when kept clean and free of foreign debris will not scratch screen surfaces.
As of May 2001, Fisher-Price discontinued further development and production of its entire car seat product line. This decision was made in line with the business objectives of the Corporation. Of course, Fisher-Price will continue to service our Fisher-Price car seat owners who have questions or need assistance.
Fisher-Price is committed to being a significant brand in the juvenile products category. Having exited the car seat business, the re-deployment of resources has allowed Fisher-Price to launch a new line of products called Babygear. This new product line is bringing innovation and superior quality to products such as baby swings, high chairs, bouncy seats, nursery monitors and more. You can see these products at www.fisher-price.com.
In general, we do not recommend your children play with our "vintage" toys as toy standard and regulations which we live today were non-existent years ago. For example, lead in paint regulations and rattle gauges. Also, the CPSC did not exist until the 1970's.
We know a big concern with parents is the safety of playing with a physical toy on their iPad screen.Acknowledging this, we have developed Apptivity toys utilizing special screen-safe plastic that when clean and free of foreign debris will not scratch screen surfaces.