Baby Flash Cards
Developer: eFlashApps, LLC
Current Version: 1.2
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 40.5 MB - Download
NOW 100% FREE! Introducing the First Baby Flash Cards app on Mac App Store. Over 2 million downloads of iOS version of this app!
Categories include: Food items, Animals, Alphabet, Transportation, Numbers, Colors & Shapes, Clothing, Household items, Body Parts, Outdoor items, Music Instruments/Arts & Learning.
★ Kids tested - they love it! Parents tested - they love it!
★ Building vocabulary has never been so much fun
★ 11 Categories - All in 1 App!
★ Large words and letters
★ Large icons and buttons
★ Professional voiceovers recorded in production studio
★ High quality images
★ Real sounds where applicable
★ Question mode for parent-child interaction
★ Great memory building exercise
★ Over 450 words!
Building strong English vocabulary has never been so exciting for preschoolers and toddlers. eFlash Educational Baby Flash Cards in English features over 450 high quality images with text and voiceovers. There are additional real sounds where applicable (such as a lion's roar or an ambulance siren) to enhance visual and auditory learning and memory simultaneously. Parents have the option to turn voiceovers off during parent-child learning session and turn voiceovers on when the child is self-learning. They can enable Question Mode to display 4 images and ask the child to click on the right answer. Complexity of words is perfect for ages 1 to 4 so two or more young siblings can play together and even teach eachother!
* Auto forward added in Question mode for faster play-time and better learning
* Bug fixes
Most Helpful Reviews
Fantastic!! My daughter loves it. Lots of words!! - Great app for my 2 year old. Her and I enjoy the app. Large pictures, clear voices make it so easy for her to recognize the words and pronounce them correctly. I highly recommend this app.
More Reviews for Current Version
Great app but the visual border is sketchy... - My 24 month old son loves this flash card app. His vocabulary has increased dramatically since he began playing this game. But I wonder what the creators were possibly thinking when they designed the game’s permanent border. There are 40 squares surrounding the play area with different colorful images (a doll, a soccer ball, a horse, etc). But look at the preview above: third up on the right side and fifth up on the left… A handgun and a tank. Seriously? Is that necessary for a game aimed at toddlers??? The app is still very enjoyable and educational and my son is oblivious to those two images but it makes me very uncomfortable.