Smart Apps For Android: AlphaTots (best educational Android apps for kids)

Thursday, April 25, 2013

AlphaTots (best educational Android apps for kids)

In AlphaTots, one of our Top Picks at, children are presented with a button for each letter of the alphabet and when they press each one, they are brought to a mini-game emphasizing a verb that starts with that letter. It also has a sing-along alphabet song. If you're looking for apps to help teach the ABCs, this is a must-get. Be sure to check out TallyTots, also by Spinlight Studios.


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"A" is for action in this exciting new alphabet game, fresh from the makers of TallyTots™. Designed to take full advantage of your device's interactive capabilities, AlphaTots™ uses action-based verbs that encourage young minds learn as they do. Whether they're building robots, digging for treasure or zapping alien ships from the sky, they'll discover all 26 letters of the alphabet through fun-filled games that invite them to look, laugh and learn.

- AppTudes Best iPhone And iPad Apps For Kids of 2011 Award (iOS Version)
- Apple Staff Favorite (iOS Version)
- 2011 Top 50 Apps by (iOS Version)
- Mile High Mama - Best Alphabet Apps (iOS Version)
- Apple What's Hot (iOS Version)
- Apple New and Noteworthy (iOS Version)
- Apple Education What's Hot (iOS Version)
- Apple Education Top 10 App (#2) (iOS Version)

What folks are saying:
"AlphaTots by Spinlight Studio won the hearts of my kids instantly."

"As Goldilocks might say, 'AlphaTots' pacing is just right.'"

• 26 different letters with an interactive activity for each.
• Sing-a-long alphabet song.
• Fun surprises around every turn that keep them coming back for more.
• Audio and visual cues that help children associate letters with sounds and words
• Positive verbal reinforcement for completed tasks. Over 100 lines of dialogue!
• Kid-friendly navigation that makes it easy to return to their favorite letters.
• From the award-winning designers of TallyTots and Swapsies.

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