Frequently Asked Questions
What is LabbaYo?
LabbaYo is a fun new way for children and the whole family to learn new languages using smartphones, tablets and physical flash cards. You can take it on the go, play at home, create fun games and share with friends and family.
How much does LabbaYo cost?
Where can I find the app?
LabbaYo is available for iOS devices (iPhones an iPads) with iOS 8.1 and newer. We plan to release on Android soon. Search iTunes for LabbaYor or find download info here.
Why do I need cards?
Our apps are made to work with our proprietary playing cards. You can see some of the cards and try them out by scanning the sample cards in the galleries on our main page here. However, the full experience can only be gained through using our physical cards. A full set of cards offers from 26 to 52 cards depending on the pack purchased. Available card packs include Alphabet, Numbers, First Words and At Home with others in the works.
Where can I buy the cards?
What languages do you support?
LabbaYo is available in:
In the future we will be adding support for German, Italian, Chinese, Hebrew, Arabic and others
When will new languages be added?
We will be adding new languages in 2016. Please join our mailing list to get our newsletters for regular updates.
Will the app work on my phone and tablet?
The app supports iPhones an iPads with iOS 8.1 and newer. We plan to release on Android soon. Please join our mailing list to get our newsletters for regular updates.
What operating system is supported?
We currently support installs on iOS 8.1 and newer. We plan to release on Android soon. Please join our mailing list to get our newsletters for regular updates.
What language packs/modules are available?
The available LabbaYo card packs are:
- First Words
- At Home
Upcoming card packs:
- Parts of the body
Are you working on any new features?
We have some exciting new plans in the pipeline. More games and videos and fun interactions are on the way. Please join our mailing list to get our newsletters for regular updates.
How do I prevent my child from messing up my phone settings and apps?
Many devices have a kid mode that can be enabled to restrict what can be done on your device. For iOS devices this is called Guided Access. This will restrict your device to a single app. See the Apple Support documentation for enabling and disabling Guided Access.