FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

Learning in Slice Fractions happens gradually throughout levels, so it is important to play them in a sequential fashion. The first levels do not appear to have fractions in them, and as such look like a regular game. This is intentional – it gets the children’s attention and also subtly teach them principles that will be important in the future (ex: fractions of a shape need to be separated in equal parts). The fractions notation will appear gradually, first through visual symbols, then with actual numbers (ex: 1/4). It should take no more than an hour to reach numerical fractions. The goal of the game is to teach players what a fraction means, which will help them later on with school work such as math drills.
When the device run low in storage space, you should free some space. About 300 MB of free space should be plenty to run Slice Fractions properly.

To find large apps and free some space, follow one of those simple procedures:

  • For an iPhone, an iPad or an iPod touch, launch the app Settings, then go to General > Usage > Manage Storage > Storage. You will be able to identify the unused large apps. Touch the app you’d like to uninstall. Touch Delete App.
  • For an Android device, go to your device’s Settings menu > Apps or Application manager (this may differ depending on your device). Touch the app you’d like to uninstall. Touch Uninstall.
A small number of users have reported that after pressing the Play button, the Slice Fractions application quits and they are brought back to the home screen.

All the users that contacted us so far reported that after waiting for a couple of hours, the app eventually functioned normally.

We’re actively investigating what is causing the issue. If you encounter this issue, please report the error to us at: info@ululab.com. We’ll do our best to help you.

Ululab is actively working on Slice fractions to make the game even better, including adding new features and new levels. Don’t miss our next major updates, thanks to our newsletter.
  • iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, except for iPad 1st generation neither iPhone 1st and 2nd generation.
  • Android 4.0 and up devices.
  • Windows 10 and up devices.
Slice Fractions does not have an option to reset the game yet. It will be added in a future update. Until then, you can use one of those two workaround:

  1. Uninstall Slice Fractions, then redownload it from the App Store or Google Play. This will clear the game state. You don’t have to buy the app again. The buy button should now be an Download button and selecting it will simply reinstall Slice Fractions.
  2. Use the level select menu to set the game back to level 1-1. This option is easier, but it will will not clear out hats gathered while playing the game.

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