Cloudswave Score for Moovly
Rating based on 3 Critic Reviews
Timothy Wilhelmus, on Evscicats
There are a few reasons why I like Moovly. First off, the free version is hearty enough to not require that I spend money to do what I want to do. I can also choose to pay for features that I want as needed instead of paying to upgrade to get features I don’t need. Second, it’s so easy to create with Moovly. Each of the animations in the video above were already programmed in, requiring no expertise on my part. Third, I like that I can upload my own images and music. This expands the usability of this tool greatly. Fourth, I have the ability to download my video, share it via social media, or publish it to YouTube, meaning that I have lots of ways to share my Moov with students. Finally, I really like how many support resources Moovly provides, especially this handy User Guide.
John Waldron, on markITwrite
All in all, this is a very impressive start-up, which is all the better for truly providing a solution to a lot of companies out there who want to produce some animated material, yet simply have not as yet had the resources or the expertise to do so. We look forward to seeing what adverts start popping up on YouTube in the not too distant future that have the unmistakable Moovly magic about them.
Danny Nicholson, on The Whiteboard Blog
Moovly is another interesting tool to have in the box when looking at creative ways to present children’s work. They could use it to tell stories, explain findings of practical work, present work they have researched and much more. The timeline feature may make it a little complicated for very young users, but older children should pick it up quite quickly and have a lot of fun with it.
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