Finding Nemo: Storybook Deluxe is the more expensive of the pair, costing £4.99. It tells the familiar fishy tale, adding animation, voice narration – including the dulcet tones of actors Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks and Willem Dafoe – puzzles, digital painting and mini-games.
There’s also a fun-sounding Whale Chat with Dory mode, where your child can talk to the character and hear their words translated into whale-speak.
Finding Nemo Interactive Comic costs £1.49, and is more of a graphic novel, telling the same story panel-by-panel, although again with plenty of animation and sound to ensure it’s not static and boring.
Here, the extras include a gallery showing sketches and paintings from the making of the original movie, as well as a handy guide to drawing the characters – something we think creative children will love.
Both apps are universal for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and are being released to accompany the all-new 3D version of Finding Nemo, which is in cinemas as we type.