KidsABC by ToySoft - Teach your child the alphabet on your BlackBerry

KidsABC
By Michelle Haag on 19 Oct 2010 09:24 am EDT
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Toysoft has just released a fun little game called KidsABC that is designed to help you teach your child the English alphabet through pictures and sound. Each letter has been assigned a colorful picture with a corresponding animal. You can choose to have the application read the letters out loud, or you can use it with the volumn turned off as a way to quiz your child. You can use the easy on screen controls to navigate forward and backward through the alphabet, and touchscreen is also supported. What a great way to entertain your toddler and teach them letters and animals when you're stuck in line at the bank or in a waiting room. Pick this one up today for only $.99 in the CrackBerry store.

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7 comments

Innerchild

This is a very cute app, but I would not want to form an attachment to a phone that early in a child's life. I know many already play with their parents phones, but I'm just not sure it is wise or safe to encourage that habit. Plus,the jury is still out on the effects of phone radiation on very young children.

I know I'm hopelessly out of date!

mscooley

I largely respect your opinion and stance. For what it's worth, this is exactly what society is embracing. Leap Frog now has many Blackberry looking devices that do the same as this app. To each its on, but personally, I think it's neat.

TaZ52083

I will definitely pick this app for my son.

coopere#CB

this is by far one of the best apps ever made. anything educational is always good. i don't mind getting it, but i don't want my daughter too attached, after she recently asked me to buy her a blackberry, and she's only 3 years old. think i'll buy it for her mother's pearl instead. lol

hunoosh

Yeah I thought the same. Let the games be played on hubbys ip4. Not sure I want my 4 year old twins fighting over my Torch. :-/ Definitely worth .99 seems.

Smiley88

hehe... that was the whole reason i developed this app so that my 4 year old can learn instead of going thur all my apps. He loves my BB. Now that i upgraded to the Torch he is not allowed to touch it. I let him play with my Storm :)

The Consigliere

I don't think I'd be giving my little kid my expensive phone, they already have things like this to help them learn.