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What the community says about Endless Alphabet
- "I gave this to my child to help her learn words good. She learnt them so good she was soon teaching me! Already her vocabulary has surpassed her classmates and soon I expect it will surpass mine as well. The one downside is that the in app purchases are quiet pricey, but fortunately they are not required.""This seems like a decent game for toddlers but I don't know if it is the best. It would be worth checking out at least."
- "My kids are just getting to the age where they can play with and use my iPhone. I wanted to find them some of the best educational games for the iPhone so they can learn something while they entertain themselves with the phone. I recently stumbled upon the app Endless Alphabet and have come away extremely impressed. The app is fun to use and I can already see my children learning things from it already. "
- "I've tried Endless alphabet, but we like TallyTots, which is an interactive counting app. I cannot be held responsible for ticks you as the parent develop hearing the chirping chicks (13 of them I think) or noisy frogs (four I think). "
- "This seems like a good match for the topic title. The description is well fitted and seems like it would be a good game for kindergardeners. It doesn't seem to include many puzzles however. Those who are looking for a more puzzled-based app might find something better."
- "This app is very funny and educative for little kids and for their parents (not so educative I guess, but definitely funny). It will teach your kid letters, how they sound, some new words, and their meaning. Drawback: there is not much content in the free version and full version may seem expensive."
- "This is one of the best learning apps for toddlers. Kids learn by picturing and animation and this is how this app works. For each letter there is so much this app has to give that your child won't forget. It is an easy way to make your child learn and enjoy at the same time. Worth a shot."
- "My kids really liked this app, I found it was very easy to use, very intuitive. I like that my kids could see and hear the word, then when they would drag each letter in place, they would hear the sound of the letter, then the whole word with animations of the word, and then it was used in a sentence which really helped build their vocabulary. I didn't mind having to pay for the majority of the words, my only complaint is I wish there were a lot more words available as it did take my kids too long to work their way through these.""I don't really like the concept of a children's game with in-app purchases. Honestly, this game doesn't do anything any other game doesn't, and I don't have to worry about finding a thousands-dollar charge on my phone bill. Even if you're not worried about that, what is this game really doing but teaching your child to spend, spend, spend? Ugh - not for my kid. Move along, there are plenty of free or paid educational games out there."
- "Endless Alphabet is indeed a solid, well reviewed and rated smartphone app. This app. is above-average in functionality, ease of use and also features above-average user ratings. Children seem to like it, and find learning from it simple, interesting and enjoyable. However, there are many such apps. available at present for both iOS and Android smartphone operating systems, and parents should ultimately consider a number of these before selecting one to obtain the best fit for the learning interests and needs of their children."
- "At first, I thought it's too early to introduce my toddler to the Alphabet but this game app is amazing. I just downloaded it and made her play then after days, I heard my baby girl singing to ABCD!"
- "I've been looking for this sort of app for a long time, and it seems to fit the bill. It looks good and it seems like it would help a kid learn the alphabet quickly. I like that this is an educational app that seems to have plenty of content to keep kids interested and learning something worthwhile instead of learning how to tip over piles of blocks with a slingshot and a bird.""Endless Alphabet is an Android education game for kids. However, with my experience with it, I cannot recommend it. It needs plenty of tweaking and I feel that many of the words are too hard for 2-5 year olds to understand. Also, it tends to crash a lot, so that's frustrating.""Endless Alphabet is a great learning tool for young kids to help learn vocabulary through education based games. Through this app kids will have access to the meaning of over 100 basic words to help enrich their learning experience."