Talking Alphabet


Software information


Freeware (Free)


11 Feb 2015




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Size: 8.42 MB

Downloads: 8998

Platform: Windows (All Versions)

Review by Frederick Barton (Cybersecurity Editor)

on 13 Nov 2013

Computers can serve as excellent learning tools for children. With the right applications, a child can master the alphabet or counting and have fun at the same time. Talking Alphabet makes it easy and fun for children to learn their ABCs and one-two-threes. The interface's simple and intuitive design makes this application an appealing toy for children of all ages.

Talking Alphabet is offered free of charge and it can be installed in just a few moments. It works on Windows Vista and all later editions and it is available for Mac OS X as well. The application's CPU usage is barely noticeable and it doesn't ask for any additional tools.

The user interface displays colorful buttons with the entire alphabet. Children only need to click a button and they will hear a narrator pronouncing the corresponding letter. Alternatively, they can press the buttons on the keyboard for the same effect. Numbers, from zero to nine, can be displayed on a separate window and they work just like the letters. It is also possible to play the ABCs song, by clicking a button, on the same interface.

The application includes a picture matching game as well. It displays a series of pictures, on a different window and if you click one, the same narrator will pronounce the first letter from their corresponding names. A fun feature is a basketball for the desktop. It can be moved anywhere on the screen by clicking and dragging and if you let go of the ball, it will bounce off the lower edge of the screen. You can also throw the ball if you want it to bounce harder.


Talking Alphabet provides a colorful user interface with fun features. It can pronounce letters and numbers, sing the ABCs song and it allows children to play a picture matching game.


The application comes with only one narrator. With Talking Alphabet, children can practice their ABCs.

Talking Alphabet


Talking Alphabet Awards

Talking Alphabet Editor’s Review Rating

Talking Alphabet has been reviewed by Frederick Barton on 13 Nov 2013. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Talking Alphabet 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent


out of 5