Spelleasy Android Review
By Brihanna Watson On 2 Jan, 2017 At 05:29 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Educational games make up the bulk of apps on my child’s tablet, as I want my little one to be entertained, but also be learning as well. Not all the educational apps are created equal in the app stores, so you have to do some real research. Then there are others that can charge you a fortune. Bringing spelling fun for free to all ages is the Spelleasy app by Aavega Interactive. Here is some of the app’s description:

Spelleasy is a fun, free, and simple educational game to help kids and teens to learn spellings of various subjects ranging from name of countries to items of daily use. Spelleasy is a great brain activity for kids as they will learn to relate words to the images and their spellings.

Spelleasy is a free spelling test and teaching app that makes learning fun for kids and teens alike, from primary school kids all the way to high school.

Test your knowledge with Spelleasy, It is more than just a kid-friendly educational app, it is designed for grownups as well. Buy more difficult subject packs like Maps of countries and Birds. Test your knowledge of different things and their spellings.

Spelleasy is free from any third party advertisements. You can purchase various subject packs from the shop.

Features:
– A colorful education app that helps everyone learn the English spellings of various items.
– Eight different amazing subject packs to buy.
– Simple Interface designed for everyone.
– Very easy to very challenging packs.

First, get started with Spelleasy by registering for an account with your email address and login info. After you verify your address, click on Play. To start off there is a general pack that includes a variety of objects that can be easily spelled. From ‘cap’ to ‘ball’, these words are quickly recognizable for small children and beginning spellers. The image of the object is just the outline at first, but as the word is correctly spelled, more of the picture is filled in. There is a pool of letters to choose from so the spelling of the word doesn’t have to be already known. The user can drag letters into the spots as a trial and error to find out what letters will correctly spell the word. If the player is really stuck, just tap the helpful Mr. Owl for a hint or two to help finish spelling out the word and move to the next.

Spelleasy isn’t just for little ones. The general pack, animals and maps are available instantly with registration. This gives you a basic, medium and hard level to start with. The maps pack is very challenging as you have to recognize the shape of the location to help you recognize what you are spelling. I played Spelleasy with my four-year old and he had a blast guessing the pictures and dragging the letters to complete the words. The graphics are delightful and music is light and playful. My toddler figured out the menu and functions easily without any help from me. I really liked that there wasn’t a timer so the player can really take their time. Once they have learned all three packs included in the app, other assorted packs are available with an in-app purchase, including categories like birds, fruit and flowers. The best thing is they won’t cost you a fortune.

This app is a great way to introduce any child to spelling but includes an increased difficulty to challenge even adults. Spelleasy is available now for free in the Google Play store, and coming soon to iOS.

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Brihanna Watson

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Brihanna has been a tech fanatic and computer nerd nearly all her life. When she isn’t chasing around kids or glued to her iPhone, she is updating app junkies like herself on where to find the latest go-to apps. Twitter & Tumblr @brihannajoi

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