The EDA PLAY application helps children with visual impairment train vision and children with fine motor skill disorders train fine motor skills. The app is designed so to stimulate the child to watch the action on the tablet display in an interactive way and to complete the tasks. The visual and audio treatment of the application supports eye-hand coordination.

How to get the EDA PLAY app?

The EDA PLAY app is available on the iTunes App Store for USD 4.99. The app is designed for iPad devices.

The EDA PLAY app needs to be updated. Stay tuned, we are working on a new version!

On Sep 19, the new version of iOS - iOS 11 - was released. We are sorry to inform you that our EDA PLAY app is not compatible with iOS 11 yet.

We are working on the update of the EDA PLAY app, the new version compatible with iOS 11 will be available by the end of 2017.

You can use the EDA PLAY app on iPad devices with iOS 10 and former.

Our other apps: EDA PLAY TOBY, EDA PLAY PAULI and EDA PLAY ELIS are fully compatible with iOS 11.

Features you will love

Vision training

The application enables setting of visual processing of tasks on 4 levels: on the first level, you will always find full shapes of pictures, with no details. The second level brings full shapes with several details. The third one contains pictures with emphasis on several details, often in two or more colours. And on the fourth level, the pictures are only visible as outlines.

Fine motor skills

The application enables to select from 4 task levels. The first level features tasks which only require pressing of any point on the display. The second task level trains the eye-hand coordination. The third level trains the basic shapes and hand movement in elementary directions. The fourth level features the most challenging tasks, which also exercise irregular shapes, completion or connecting shapes based on similarities.

Audio guide

Upon viewing every task, we hear a spoken word (child’s voice) which explains the brief in an understandable way.

Meet the EDA PLAY application


The task categories can be set, depending on the vision skills and fine motor skills level of the child. Some tasks train not only the motion coordination but also the child’s colour orientation. The application was developed in cooperation specialists in the field of visual impairment and caring for children with special needs.

Parent lock

The application is set so that, upon launching it and after a short introduction, the first task comes up automatically. The switching off the Multitasking Gestures functionality is recommended. To enter the application Menu, the figure symbol has to be held down for several seconds. The possibility of the child exiting or switching the application off accidentally is prevented.

Skills monitoring

The application contains the Skills section which records the work of the child with the application. Thus, the parents and therapists can monitor the development of the child’s skills over time.

Watch the EDA PLAY app trailer

Thank you for your support

The development of the EDA PLAY application was supported by Vodafone Czech Republic Foundation.


The non-profit organization EDA cz, z.ú. is an early intervention centre in Prague, Czech Republic, which provides early intervention services to help the families of visually and multiply impaired children, from the child's birth up to 7 years of his/her age.

The EDA PLAY app reviews