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My 3 year old loves this app and they’re learning so much! They play with it all the time and it’s great how this app has such interactive play and learning. We love all the characters, illustrations, and graphics, very well done. I was wondering if this app grows with your child. For instances, as they get older, the games and content are harder. I don’t think this app does that, but it would be a great feature. Also, I’d like to see different profiles so my younger child can play in their own profile, when he’s old enough for it. We paid the lifetime subscription, so hopefully it was worth the price versus a monthly subscription.
We’ve used it less than a week so I can’t say how much my kid is learning. However, she prefers it over Hooked On Phonics which I’ve been trying to push on her. Today, she asked me if we could stop doing HOP so she could do “something fun” and then she opened up Endless Learning Academy and she’s been sitting here listening to words for over 30 minutes. Here’s my issue: We have been playing the word rollercoaster section (don’t know what it’s called). Let’s say the word is tired. At least twice, it will pronounce the word as “ired” or “ungry” for hungry. The app is consistently chopping out the first bit of every word. It sounds weird and it’s very annoying to listen to. Won’t continue my subscription if this isn’t fixed. We’re on iPad Pro (2nd gen, 12.9 inch) if that helps.
I bought the lifetime pass last year, which was very expensive, because they were adding new content all the time back then and the ads said that would continue. Well, it has been more than a year since any new content, just bug fixes and a holiday themed home page. My kids played often for a couple of months. Now only once in a while, making me wish I’d just done the monthly so I could cut it off when they got tired of it (would have saved me over $100). Their new Math Tango app looks interesting, but I feel like it really should get added to the subscription service in addition to being available as a stand alone app. I thought the whole point of ELA was to get all their new content in one convenient app, I guess not.
I purchased lifetime access for my son when he was one and a half and it was worth every penny! At the time it was one of the only apps that kept his attention—he loved the characters and animations. Now at two and a half he can count to a hundred and read books unassisted and this is still one of his favorite apps. I recommend it to everyone who asks how he learned to read so well. I would love to see new content added, especially new songs in the music section, but it’s already great as it is, especially since you can use it offline.
I got the app for both my kids. I subscribe to the monthly subscription so they can each have it on their tablets. When I put it on my second child tablet its trying to charge me again for the monthly subscription. I email them and they’re telling me they’re two different tablets so I have to pay for both of them even though they’re on the same iCloud family sharing account. Just sounds ridiculous.! There’s other kid apps for example “Epic!” as long it is on the same iCloud family sharing I can have it on both of my children’s tablets and I don’t have to pay twice for a monthly subscription. I love the app but I’m gonna have to unsubscribe and look for something else
Developed by Originator Inc..
Endless Learning Academy is ranking in Education & Family & Games
Last update was at Jan 06, 2020and the current version is 9.3.
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