Akshara designed by Rega Interactive is an educational app made for kids is a great way to learn while playing. The app is designed especially for toddlers and is a fun way to teach them the English alphabets in the easiest way possible.
The app has A-Z characters played out in different voices with each displaying a letter related pictures. The app features two different modes learn and play. In learn mode, the alphabets are arranged in an ascending order and each when touched plays the sound of that alphabet. Once you have taught your little ones the ABC through learn mode now is the time to see how much they have learned. The play mode helps you in knowing how quickly your kids have learned the ABC, this mode displays the A to Z letters in random order on the screen and the kids are required to touch the alphabets in ascending order from A to Z to complete the game and when touched, each alphabet plays that alphabet sound and display a picture for that alphabet. If pressed a wrong alphabet it plays the buzz sound so, that your little ones will know that they have pressed the wrong alphabet and need to press the right one. The timer in the play mode is a great way to encourage them to do better each time they test their ABC skills. The graphics and the sound in the game are very pleasing and appealing to the eyes and are suitable for the little ones.
Overall, Akshara is the easiest and the most entertaining way to teach your little one’s the English alphabets while having fun at the same time. The App is available for 0.99$ on the app store and is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad and is available on the App store.