For example, I can do it relatively quickly, swiping, but I have terrible accuracy because I have horrific spatial difficulties so I just swipe randomly until it tells me its right. I'm not dyslexic in the slightest and never have reversals, but if it's sideways and backwards, I can't easily figure out how to make it right in the least amount of swipes. I could mindlessly swipe away and not learn a thing, which is how I tend to do it...but hopefully I have an OT forcing me to think about my actions and do it in the least amount of swipes and making me look at my scores. :)
I work with elementary school aged kids and they like this one for at least a few levels before they want to move on. I could definitely see this being great for older-aged kids and adults with cognitive issues as well.
Overall, I liked this app. Do I love this app with a passion? No, but it's a nice one to have in the toolbox, especially for only $3.99.
I definitely recommend you see if you can get yourself a free download. Comment here! The chances of winning a code to get a free download are pretty astronomical on this post as I don't usually get a lot of comments. You have one week. Go!