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Additional Languages

Would you like KidCalc to speak your native language?  We would like that too!  We need your help.

Send us a digital audio recording of your child counting to 20.   Make sure that he/she is counting slowly and clearly with small pauses between each number, and also with a bit of excitement in their voice.  The native iPhone OS 3.0’s Voice Memos app can be used to record your son/daughter’s voice.  Email the recording to kidcalc@glinberg.com and please specify in the subject line the name of the native language being spoken in the recording. Be sure to include your child’s first name and age in your email, and if you would like, also include your home city, state, and country.

If your son’s/daughter’s voice is selected you will be contacted by email and given detailed instructions for capturing his/her voice, along with a list of words needed.  Names of children whose voices are included in KidCalc will be listed on the KidCalc Info screen, and their voices will be on thousands of iPhones and iPod touches, helping kids learn math in your native language around the world!  (All recording submissions become the property of Steve Glinberg.)

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Categories: KidCalc v1.5
  1. December 24, 2009 at 3:48 pm

    Steve, this is a wonderful app! Are there any plans to create the app for Macs? I would love to have access for all of my elementary students in my school district. Please keep up the great work.

    • December 25, 2009 at 6:02 pm

      Hi Jack, I don’t have immediate plans for release on the Mac, but I will certainly put it on my list of future work. Thank you for your positive words! -Steve

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