FingerCount is a game for small children to learn numbers and letters in both English and Spanish.
On the surface, fingerCount is eye and ear candy that allows your child to move characters around on the iPhone/iPod, providing visual and audio feedback which encourages extended play.
On a deeper level, fingerCount is a learning tool that teaches children their numbers while at the same time using the multi-touch iPhone interface to integrate concepts of quantity. It can also be used by anyone to learn Spanish or English by teaching numbers and the alphabet in a fun way.
In addition, fingerCount aids in hand-eye coordination and spatial relationships.
Finally, you can use flexible nature of fingerCount to create games with your child to support creativity and encourage interaction with those around them.
To see fingerCount in action, watch the demo video on the web site.
Updating App to fix problems associated with old apps running on new operating systems.
Ratings and Reviews
Original and useful
I like this app. Thank you for the alphabet in Spanish. I suggest to change the female voice, as well as not to mix both languages in one screen.
From the Developer
Written reviews are the only way that I get feedback, so start complaining!
If you are having problems figuring out how it works, click on the "fingerCount Support" link and read the manual.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.