The Singing Alphabet for iPad strikes up a tune

Our three year-old still happily belts out an alphabet song whenever finding himself in front of an audience, appreciative or otherwise. Now there’s a new iPad app to accompany him.

It’s called The Singing Alphabet, and it costs 69p for iPad only. It’s the work of Ministry of Letters, a division of creative agency Mother.

We’re really impressed: they’ve turned the alphabet into cute characters who sing when pressed, whether alone or together – harmonising in the latter case. The letters can be sorted into words, which also sing (encouraging your child to sing them in return).

It’s a marvellous, creative idea, and amid a sea of rubbish alphabet apps for iOS, it stands out as one of the best.

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