Parents' Guide to

Endless Alphabet

By Amanda Bindel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Cute ABC and vocab app will appeal to a wide range of ages.

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age 3+

Based on 4 parent reviews

age 3+


my 3-year-old has learned so much she just started preschool and I had a parent-teacher conference they say she can write 10-word sentences and for a 3-year-old that's awesome so does my 5 year old she now can write full sentences this app is awesome amazing

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age 3+

A delightful app that teaches "stretch" words!

The app has taught my kids how to spell some big words like "GARGANTUAN" and "CONTRAPTION"! It's an absolutely delightful app and my kids use the words in conversation now. You kids saying "mommy" or "daddy" is of course special, but when they say "let's CELEBRATE mommy's birthday" or "this show is HILARIOUS"? -- priceless.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (4):
Kids say (2):

ENDLESS ALPHABET is simple yet powerful. Kids work at their own pace with no objective or goals beyond exploring the words in this endless alphabet. The animations demonstrate the meanings of the words in an unforgettable way -- like seeing a monster grow from normal-size to gargantuan or an invisible word appear when paint is thrown on it. The only problem with Endless Alphabet is that it may be misnamed. This is more of a vocabulary app than a way to merely learn the alphabet.

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