Everybody English 1.1 Review

Help your little one learn English through pictures.

We know from other popular language programs that word and picture association is a great way to learn a new language. Everybody English uses that same formula to teach kids how to speak English. For a free app, it offers a good variety of words and games to make learning fun.

Everybody English opens with a colorful main menu. Labeled arrows point users to its features, including a Settings menu that lets you adjust sound, buy more games, and access the Help feature. Now, the Help feature claims you can access games from the main menu, but we found that not to be the case. We had to tap the Play button, which took us to a different screen with only two game options. The first option focused on sea creatures. We had to listen to a word being spoken and say it out loud. It also contained a game where we had to identify a creature by hearing its name and recognizing a picture. The other game option focused on feelings, and contained the same games for identifying words and associated pictures. A mute button turns off the music, which could be a bit annoying at times. You can also pause and skip forward and backward using the navigational buttons while playing a game.

If you want more games, you'll have pay to play. But, as is, Everybody English offers enough learning material to help your little one get started. We recommend it for all users.

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