Toddler Flash Cards Lite

Toddler Flash Cards Lite


Lite and free version of a high-quality toddler flash card app with voice playback of all the words!

This app is designed to help young children (and even babies) learn basic words in a fun and engaging way.

The lite version of the app contains 55 picture flash cards divided into 4 categories (Food, Around the House, Instruments and On the Body).

Each flash card includes a high quality image, text displaying the word and a clear audio recording speaking the word. While flipping through the pictures and playing with the voice, your child will be learning and having fun at the same time.

*NOTE: to increase the volume of the voice use your device's volume up button (probably the same as your ringer volume button) while the voice is playing. It should say "Media Volume" instead of "Ringer Volume".

The full version of this app contains over 170 flash cards divided over 10 categories and costs $0.99 in the market.

Features:
* High quality images
* Simple to use (child simply "swipes" to reveal the next card)
* Two flashcard categories
* Option to customize categories displayed
* Shuffle mode
* Voice playback of all the names

Recent changes:
Added two new categories (Around the House and Instruments)!
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Free
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3.9
User ratings
77
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
10067 kb
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About Toddler Flash Cards Lite
Lite and free version of a high-quality toddler flash card app with voice playback of all the words!

This app is designed to help young children (and even babies) learn basic words in a fun and engaging way.

The lite version of the app contains 55 picture flash cards divided into 4 categories (Food, Around the House, Instruments and On the Body).

Each flash card includes a high quality image, text displaying the word and a clear audio recording speaking the word. While flipping through the pictures and playing with the voice, your child will be learning and having fun at the same time.

*NOTE: to increase the volume of the voice use your device's volume up button (probably the same as your ringer volume button) while the voice is playing. It should say "Media Volume" instead of "Ringer Volume".

The full version of this app contains over 170 flash cards divided over 10 categories and costs $0.99 in the market.

Features:
* High quality images
* Simple to use (child simply "swipes" to reveal the next card)
* Two flashcard categories
* Option to customize categories displayed
* Shuffle mode
* Voice playback of all the names

Recent changes:
Added two new categories (Around the House and Instruments)!

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A Google User
Jan 10, 2014
Clear realistic pictures Needs more diversity in human images.
A Google User
Sep 14, 2013
4 year old loves it Great app
A Google User
Dec 31, 2012
Pretty good with one problematic flaw The problem: When the app opens, it shows the "settings" screen. There is a "go" button at the bottom, but due to the design and colors, it isn't obvious to my toddler. Most of the time he clicks on the icon to open the app, sees that page, pokes around the page, then backs out and he opens a different app. If the button was a big large obvious button in the center of the screen so that he couldn't miss it, it would be a much more useful app. Also if the settings page was behind a discreet button in the corner so that he didn't change the settings by accident. The good: Once he actually starts playing, the flashcards are nice. He knows how to swipe to the next card, which is intuitive, the voice is lovely, and the photos are high quality.
A Google User
Dec 31, 2012
Pretty good with one problematic flaw The problem: When the app opens, it shows the "settings" screen. There is a "go" button at the bottom, but due to the design and colors, it isn't obvious to my toddler. Most of the time he clicks on the icon to open the app, sees that page, pokes around the page, then backs out and he opens a different app. If the button was a big large obvious button in the center of the screen so that he couldn't miss it, it would be a much more useful app. Also if the settings page was behind a discreet button in the corner so that he didn't change the settings by accident. The good: Once he actually starts playing, the flashcards are nice. He knows how to swipe to the next card, which is intuitive, the voice is lovely, and the photos are high quality.
A Google User
Dec 12, 2012
helpful i tutor children with difficulties in reading. this apps is of a great help. thanks.