LeapFrog Academy™ Learning

LeapFrog Academy™ Learning

By LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2016-11-11
  • Current Version: 1.12
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 78.88 MB
  • Developer: LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 857 Ratings


2,000+ Learning Activities with No Ads Our interactive educational app provides a well-rounded curriculum that helps build key developmental skills. Designed by educators and built by the leading brand in learning for kids, LeapFrog Academy™ provides learning games for kids ages 3, 4, 5 and 6 years old that explore a variety of skills that are important to development. Log in to your existing account or sign up for this learning app and get a 1 Month FREE trial. The program includes more than 2,000 of our best eBooks, games, puzzles and videos. Each Learning Adventure provides a well-rounded curriculum that includes traditional school subjects blended with life skills like creativity, problem solving and social-emotional skills. • Reading & Writing – Early reading, language and spelling skills build a critical foundation for learning. Become confident readers with lessons in the ABCs, syllables, uppercase and lowercase letters and rhymes. • Math – Skills like counting, comparing and sorting help young learners think critically and solve problems to challenge them at the right level. • Science – Explore scientific concepts including STEM skills, life cycles, human body, simple machines, observations and more. • Critical Thinking & Problem Solving – Develops memory and planning skills by exercising logic and reasoning. • Creativity – A strong foundation of music and art help children in their ability to create and imagine. • Health & Feelings – Strong social and emotional skills allow children to develop and engage with learning that they can bring to their daily lives. LeapFrog Academy™ Key Features: • More than 2,000 learning activities including eBooks, games, puzzles, videos, music and art across a variety of Learning Adventures that become more advanced as your child progresses. • My Learning Lab, which provides extra activities that offer additional practice in subjects your child needs help mastering or more difficult activities designed to keep them challenged. • Earn rewards by collecting marbles or completing lessons. Rewards include clothes, accessories, pets or pieces for their Collection. • Up to 5 child profiles included with your subscription. • The Parent Dashboard lets you choose and change your kid’s Learning Adventure and see what activities are offered in My Learning Lab. It also lets you see how your child is progressing, view your account, manage each profile and more. • No Wi-Fi, no problem! Play most of your favorite activities by adding up to 24 of them to your Favorites. Then, continue to play your favorite games without an internet connection. LeapFrog Academy™ learning app is a safe environment for children. There’s no advertising or ability for an external party to contact your child. Terms and Conditions: www.leapfrog.com/terms-academy Privacy Policy: www.leapfrog.com/privacypolicy Subscription Details: Upon downloading the app, choose your subscription plan and activate a 1-Month free trial. Cancel any time from your iTunes account and enjoy the app until your subscription plan ends. • While the app is free to download, one of three subscription plans is required to access the program. Choose from the following plans to get started: • Monthly Plan: $7.99/month • 6-Month Plan: $39.99 every 6 months • 12-Month Plan: $69.99 every 12 months • FREE 1 Month trial starts after you sign up for the subscription • Subscription fee will be charged on the first day following the 1-Month free trial and will be charged to your iTunes account • Subscription is automatically renewed at the end of each billing period unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current billing period • Subscription can be managed at any time via your iTunes account • If you have any questions, visit www.leapfrog.com/support



  • Paid for, now crashes all the time. What a failure.

    By Effie C
    Subscribed to this, forced to update two days later and now can't even use.
  • Accessing Leapfrog Academy

    By schmid_f
    I have the apple parental control restrictions setup on my daughters iPad where I have the specific websites she can visit entered only. I feel that the “limit adult content” setting is still too much freedom for an 8 year old if she wanders to the internet and accidentally searches...As a parent, I just don’t feel comfortable using someone else’s interpretation of what “adult content” is where my children are concerned. My point in explaining this is that when I have the controls set up this way, even if I place this app under “always allow”, the app will not launch. The only way I’ve been able to get it to launch successfully is to select “limit adult content” under the apple restrictions, which I am not comfortable with. Has anyone encountered this and found a way to fix it? Do I need to enter the leapfrog website as an accessible website, and if so, what is the specific site or sites? I love the app otherwise.
  • Poor customer service

    By Fungamerville
    App down for multiple days - customer service only response is “it was communicated on our website & it is back up” - app still down. This is a PAID subscription, no offer for a refund or accommodation of any kind. Disappointed to say the least - can someone from customer service call and explain the situation to my 4 year old please?
  • App continues to crash

    By M_Bree
    App continues to crash, they make it extremely difficult to cancel your subscription due tot he fact the app crashes and you can’t get into your account. Would not recommend this app
  • Does not work

    By diana sule
    This app will not let me sign up. Half the time will not even open. I already put in my personal info, it will not charge me.
  • No sound

    By aimruss
    1st day of my trial and there’s no sound. How can a child learn to read without instructions etc for these games.
  • My iPad Needs Airbags ...

    By HolyPissPoorAppBatman
    ... for how often this app crashes. It’s ridiculous. And under In-App purchases, it says $7.99. I figure, “OK - $7.99 for a Leap Frog app with no ads? Sure.” But no, once you sign up, you find it’s $7.99 a month - almost $100 a year - for a kids’ app. No thanks.
  • Trash

    By schoolkid2018
    Keep crashing. Not worth the money paid for
  • High fees

    By CSisneros
    This app charged me $10.99 just to download! On top there’s a $7.99 monthly fee! This is insane and I’m not paying all this money for an app. No where does it say it’s $10.99 just to download. This is completely ridiculous. Totally not work it.
  • Really great... for awhile

    By Dr Mojo MD
    My son (5 years now) loved this, and it was really helping him learn a lot of useful tools for school. Small problem at first... his avatar was clearly female, and he could only ever earn dresses, etc., even though his profile was clearly marked “boy.” Not a big deal, though... we’re pretty gender inclusive in our family, so it was just a brief discussion, and he didn’t really mind after he understood that the avatar didn’t have to be him in the game. Small issues started creeping in: a lesson or two wouldn’t load, app would crash, or things would get stuck on opening... a bit annoying, but not a big deal overall. Then came the thing that ruined it for him... he was about 2/3 of the way through his lesson. He had earned all of the “collection” puzzle pieces... and he filled up all the available spaces for his collections. From then on, he only ever earned “certificates.” He lost all motivation to play, and being highly verbal, he clearly communicated that he did not want to play anymore because he couldn’t earn any more of the “statues.” I was able to re-spark his interest for about one more week by resetting his progress and starting him on a higher level... but once he saw that the puzzle pieces would build the same monuments, he angrily said “I already got those,” and stopped playing altogether. This is not a major design flaw, and other children might be motivated by earning more and more “clothes” and pets, but I figure that for $8/month the “My World” feature could be easily expanded to accommodate more spaces for what is a major motivating factor for some children. This game would EASILY be 5-stars (even with the subscription price) if these three simple issues were resolved.