Alef-Bet Bullseye

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Stuart Rubin, the co-creator of  Grogger Factory – the app simulating noise-makers used during Purim time (it was described in our Magazine few days ago) – created new app. As the Jewish iPhone Magazine have learnt Grogger Factory was very popular during the Purim.  But having said that, the greatest popularity Stuart earned thanks to his iGavolt – the app that puts a Jewish Grandmother in your pocket  (don’t hesitate to try it out, it’s a freebie).

This time the name of  Stuart Rubin comes up in connection with release of Alef-Bet Bullseye. Stuart’s and Avram Mandell’s, new app is designed to teach Hebrew to children. In a great way, with fun arcade game, kids learn Hebrew alphabet and popular phrases, such Yasher Koach, Mazel Tov.

The app is fully customizable. It is the user who decides what to learn. You can choose the whole alphabet or just a few letters at a time. The letters you choose can be read aloud by a voice. The voice is also an element you select. The choice is between a girl’s or a boy’s voice. To practice just toss pencil into the letter targets. The game get interesting as the letter targets enlarge or shrink. Point system is designed as multiplies of  Judaism’s lucky number 18.

Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

Category: Education
Released: March 25, 2011
PublisherStuart F Rubin © 2011 Avram Mandell, Stuart Rubin
Price: $1.99 (buy app)

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