Pairs – Hebrew | English Bilingual Audio-Visual App For Android

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Remember the game Snap or Pairs? Well,  Pairs – Hebrew | English  is the app version, except you also see how the words are spelled and pronounced in both Hebrew and English.

Functionality:
The player needs to pair up the same object in both languages. Whenever a card is pressed, the player hears the word pronounced in either Hebrew or English, sees how it is written, and even sees how to pronounce it phonetically. When two cards are pressed which are not the same – a ‘boo’ sound is heard. When two cards are pressed that are matched – a ‘cheer’ sound is heard. The player can click on a card and then click on it again to turn it upside down. There are three different layout configurations for the player to choose from. The full paid version has over seven screens of different images and sounds.

This game improves memory, visual and auditory association of words and objects, helps the child make the connection between the Hebrew and the equivalent English word and increases their vocabulary. It develops the visual, linguistic and hand-and-eye co-ordination of the child and is great fun for child and adult alike.

Language:
Hebrew-English (British) and Hebrew-English (American). The app knows which style of English to sound and display depending on the location of the device. All other countries will have the British (English) as the default language. If the user wishes to change this to English (American), they will need to go to their settings -> Language & input and change the language to either English (United States) or English (Canada). The corresponding country flag will then be displayed.

Display:
The app is internationalised so that people who download it in England, Australia, New Zealand, USA and Canada will get the appropriate country flag on the cards.
If you are in one of these countries and have the wrong flag displayed then you have the wrong English language set. To correct this go to Settings -> Language & input and change the language to the correct English speaking country you are in. If you are located in non of these countries, you have a choice of which English language to hear and display.
If the user wishes to play the game in English (American) go to settings -> Language & input and change the language to either English (United States) or English (Canada). The corresponding country flag will then be displayed. If the user wishes to play the game hearing English (British) go to settings -> Language & input and change the language to either English (British, Australian or New Zealand).

Versions:
The free app  (click/tap – here) has only two screens and an intermittent page directing the user to the website to learn more about the game or about other apps in this series.
The full paid app (click/tap – here) has over seven screens and occasional intermittent pages directing the user to the website to learn more about the game or about other apps in this series. At periodic times the full paid version will have new images and sounds added.





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