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Our new iPad app: Bringing baby up bilingual

Download our new iPad app for babies here! It's free.


Did you know that children learn more language in the first three years of their life than they do throughout the rest of their whole life? They soak up language and produce perfect sentences, miraculously! These are critical years when little ones learn language so naturally. This is the time to help your baby learn a new language! But how? No time! No resources! No second language!


That's why we are developing a series of apps with four endearing characters that your child can learn with as they grow. The beauty of apps is that you can just let your child play and learn, without you.


Our first app helps your baby grow up with a second language, from birth! It focuses on the first 100 words of a baby's development, words like: mummy, milk, car, no! They are repeated again and again so that they are lodged into your baby's memory and as your baby grows they will start to repeat them automatically!


The trial version is now available and we are looking for babies, world-wide to take part in our trial. It's really easy! All you have to do is download the app onto your ipad here and contact us by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. saying that you are interested in taking part. All you will need to do is answer a few really simple questions. In return, we will offer you all future apps for free!

Discover simple stories together. Inspire your child to learn a language you know and love or learn along with your child.

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Meet Tom


This is Tom. At 20 months he is learning fast. His brain is soaking up the language all around him at an incredible rate. In fact, from birth to the age of three he will learn more than at any other point in his life. Many children in the world can switch between two to four languages without thinking. I’d like Tom to be able to do that! Research indicates that learning another language from such a young age stimulates the brain and has long-term communication and confidence benefits. In an age of increasing globalisation, being good at languages will have huge benefits for Tom… and, I hope, for your child too.