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Description

Spell&Speak is a tribute to the 80's game that has thrilled generations and teach them to read and write and have fun playing with his unmistakable "voice". In this new digital version retains it's flavor and simplicity typical of the game.

It offers different game modes: Spell, Say It, Letter, Code and Mystery Word, during which each letter typed and spoken word is the corresponding display on the display.

For 3 years children and up, you can learn while having fun, is also suitable for all adults with a hint of nostalgia, remember the good times we had to play and learn.

Spell&Speak is an Universal App, therefore compatible with all devices and already optimized to work well even on the New iPad with retinal display


• Spell Game
To start the game press the letter corresponding to the level you want (there are four levels of increasing difficulty, from A to D), and finally press GO the button.

At this point, the Spell&Speak says a word that the child will write and confirm by pressing the Enter key.

At the error, you have another chance to rewrite it.
If you are wrong, Spell&Speak pronounce the word three times, one of which spelling, so that the child has a correct perception of individual letters and the correlation between sound and form, this repetition after switching to the next word until the end the match. At this point the result is displayed, showing the number of correct words and misspelled words that were written.
Each play has 10 words.


• Say It Game
Say It offers a series of 10 random words that the child will repeat as they go while displaying their grammar and writing.

At the end of the game, the child may choose to continue with 10 other words or switch to another game.


• Letter Game
Pressing the Letter button Spell&Speak pronunciation and displays, each press of the button, a letter of the alphabet at random, before moving to the next letter, the child has the opportunity to write a letter shown below the text in its will.

This game is aimed to teach the various letters to distinguish the sound of reconnecting to the form and typing the same letter delivered by Spell&Speak, or can be used as a game of fantasy writing a word that starts with the letter proposal.


• Secret Code
Pressing the Secret Code button the child can write a word and with the Enter key can convert it into a secret code that consisting of numbers and symbols.


• Mystery Word
It consists in guessing the hidden word. On display are many hyphens as the letters of the word to guess. By pressing the correct letter, it appears going to position within the word itself.

If you fail more than 6 times the letter Spell&Speak will reveal the hidden word by pronouncing it and showing it on the display.

New in version 1.1

•Minor Bugfixing.
•Added the ability to play with Italian words while receiving instructions in English. (Key Module Select).
•Added the ""Best Voice"". The Original Voice is perfect if you want to relive the emotions of childhood. The "Best Voice" is better if you want to use Spell&Speak for educational purposes. (Key Module Select).
•Added the ability to use Spell&Speak with headphones, for the happiness of all parents :-) (do not recommend using headphones to children under the age of 12 years).

What’s New

Version 1.6

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

• Bugfix

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

PopBott ,

Too small

This is the same voice used in many electronic music tracks in the 80'a and 90's. It would have been nice to add a feature not found in the original, such as speaking words you type into it. Menu options are too small to read clearly.

Aloramarie ,

My brother

My brother uses the Speak & Read to communicate with the
family. He had a stroke when he was one year old. Is there a way you could create the Speak & Read for the iPad? I know his original one is going to stop working and I don’t want him to be without it. Please consider creating an app. Thank you.

TheAnimaster ,

OK, but yes, frustrating

The original had a "Say It" function that would read out ten words that you had to spell afterwards -- this doesn't seem to work the same. Also the original Spell A used simpler words. This does not seem to differentiate between Spell A-D. Ah well.. it's entertaining to some degree but makes me want to go out an shell on a used-yet-functional version of the real thing.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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