(Ed. note: Be sure to also check out the new award-winning app Dexteria VMI.)

#Featured in the App Store: Literacy and Learning Apps
# Named 2012 "Developer of Distinction" by Apps For Children With Special Needs
# Along with Dexteria and P.O.V., LetterReflex is part of our trilogy of essential apps for OTs

+++++Winner of 2012 Editor's Choice Award from Childrens Technology Review
+++++Received 5-star rating from
+++++Cribsie Award "The App Most Likely To Teach Your Kid Something" 2012 Finalist

Does your child get his b’s and d’s mixed up? How about her p’s and q’s? LetterReflex provides a fun way to help overcome common letter reversals. The first activity, Tilt It, uses kinesthetic learning to teach left from right. The second activity, Flip It, allows them to practice what they learned while honing their letter discrimination skills.

√ Tilt It: Teach Left from Right using Kinesthetic Learning

According to research, a key reason for letter reversals is not knowing left from right, and as a result kids get confused when trying to discriminate between a “b” and a ‘d” or a “p” and a “q”. They’re not quite sure which side the letter loop should go on.

Our Tilt It activity uses kinesthetic learning techniques to help kids map their left side/right side to correct letter formation. They will learn the correct position of letter loops by being challenged to tilt the device in the correct direction to form letters.

Designed for fun as well as education, Tilt It is a maze game that gets progressively more difficult as the learner succeeds at each level.

With practice, they will form an instinctive correlation between letter formation and left side/right side.

√ Flip It: Practice Letter and Word Discrimination

Using arcade game action, Flip It challenges kids to visually discriminate and manipulate letters and words to match the correct orientation. The activity will help hone their visual discrimination skills and further cement their knowledge of correct letter and word formation.

Both activities are designed to be repeatable and engaging, and when used on a regular basis will help address the problem of letter reversals.

Tracking and Progress Reports: The app includes an automatic tracking and reporting feature makes it easy for parents, teachers and therapists to identify time on task, accuracy, and progress. You can email the reports right from the app.

LetterReflex is a universal app compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Buy it once, and use on all your iOS devices.

App pedigree: LetterReflex is from the creators of Dexteria, the top-ranked, critically acclaimed app that improves fine motor skills.

•Unique kinesthetic approach to solving letter reversal problem
•Easy to use, fun to play
•Designed to be used in short sessions, repeated over time
•Runs on all your iOS devices
•Randomized game play ensures kids won’t get bored
•Automatically generates usage reports
•Reports can be emailed to parents, teachers, therapists

We're serious about your privacy. This app does not track or share your personal information with us or anyone else. There is no user id tracking software, and no advertisements. In summary, we have no idea who you are! :-)

What’s New

Version 1.1.3

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Bug fix

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Dyslexia Therapist22 ,


This app is frustrating and is absolutely NOT a good way to help students who struggle with reversals.

KatieJeanne ,

Help with B/D Confusion

I am a homeschool mom and I got this to help my daughter who was having a lot of trouble telling the difference between letters. This is the only app I've found like it, but I think it could be improved a lot very simply. First, on the ball rolling part my daughter had learned to identify by color instead of by position, so I'm not sure how much that is helping. Also, the ball rolling is a little too challenging for her so she can't go past level 2 or so. I would like it much better if the colors changed every time and if you could slow the ball down for younger kids. The second game is more helpful and much easier for her to progress in since she doesn't have to balance so much. Still, I wish I could specify what I wanted her to be learning, since I'd like to be able to focus more on b vs d. With those adjustments, this could be an awesome app. As it is $4 feels like a rip off.

Chickensis ,

Needs some work

This app could use some work. We teach kids that the letters b/d face each other... So when they are reversed in the game, it is confusing for my students. I also think there should be another setting where the letters switch positions (all of them). The other swiping game is just plain confusing for kiddos with learning disabilities and difficulties with positions in general.


BinaryLabs, Inc.
16.5 MB

Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
In-App Purchases
  1. LetterReflex Multi-User $3.99


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