1600Universal App – Optimized for iPhone and iPad.
Published by: White House Historical Association
- Current Version 1.1
- Size 249.63 MB
- Released Dec 1, 2016
- Age 4+
- Category Education
- User Ratings 3.50 (5 votes)
The White House's "1600" is a new way for kids and playful Americans of all ages to learn about what happens at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. All you need to do is tap "Start" and point your camera at George Washington (on the one dollar bill).
Built through a collaboration with the White House Historical Association and Nexus Studios, the app’s aim is to educate and inspire the youngest Americans to learn more about the White House's role in our democracy. Our hope is that whether it is experienced on a teacher's desk or dining room table, kids walk away from "1600" with a better sense of the institution and its purpose. Not to mention, a smile.
Tip: Move your phone around to explore from different angles, and touch the Oval Office to reveal a surprise.
1600 is a universal iOS app available in the App Store for free with in-app purchases. The app is compatible with all devices running iOS 8.0 or later, including the new iPhone 6 and iPad Mini. To download the 1600 app click the button below to go to the app's download page.
If you've enjoyed using the app, please rate and review it on the App store and in the comments section below.
Recent Reviews (Read all app reviews)
Lots of fun. Fun and informative; you can learn a lot about the White House.
Good idea - keep improving please. Love the concept. Hope to see it expand to include other denominations and the backs as well. There is so much history on our
currency you could expand for quite a while before running out of ideas.
AMAZING!!! But..... Its a great app! I rate 5 stars! But could you maybe do different type of bills like the $2 bill, $5 bill, $10 bill and so on. It
would make it much more interesting if you could!
Beginning is the best. Moment when the dollar morphs into the White House is my favorite
Wow. Coolest app I've seen in a while. The instructions clearly say point the camera to a dollar bill, yet there's all this feedback
about a blurry image which is what you'll get if you don't point to a dollar bill.