If you have an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and want to learn Navajo, there’s an app you should check out. Navajo Toddler works by displaying digital flash cards with cartoon images and corresponding written and spoken words in Navajo. The app’s designer, TinkR’ Labs, recommends Navajo Toddler for ages 2 to 9, but based on the feedback we’ve seen, it seems like it’s pretty popular with adults too. If you’d like to give it a try it’s available to download for free from the iTunes store.
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