In British Alphabet, the child is taken through letters A to Z using flashcards featuring rich, beautiful, and simple images combined with a British accent voiceover. One of the key differences to other alphabet apps available is the use of Zed instead of Zee. “As a parent myself, I found lots of alphabet apps, however they were predominantly using American English conventions or featured complex mechanisms to switch to the British accent.” said Kuli Maingi, co-founder of rawleaf. British Alphabet also features a simple “Odd One Out” game, which is intended to further improve learning of the alphabet.
“We’re very pleased with the initial response to British Alphabet; It’s a simple app, which sets out to do one thing well – help teach your child the alphabet.” said Maingi. “We think it’s important that children are introduced to the sounds of letters that they will hear in academic settings and at home.”
British Alphabet is now available for 59p in the UK, and is priced accordingly in other regions. British Alphabet is available world-wide from Apple’s App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, or by visiting: http://rawleaf.com/
A free version of the app British Alphabet Lite is available now for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch from Apple’s App store.
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