Download Cúla Caint apk 1.1.2 free for Android smartphone

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Cúla Caint

Posted by TG4 in Education | May 29, 2015 | 22 Comments

Apk file size: 32.0 MB

Cúla4 is the young people’s service on TG4 (the national Irish Language broadcaster). This App brings you over 100 fun Irish language words and images for pre-school kids or learners. The words include Weather, Animals, Vehicles, and Parts of the Body. It includes the written and the spoken version of each word. It also includes a drawing page, to scribble your own words! Cula Caint. Enjoy!

Catch Cula4 on TG4 TV everyday from 7am to 10am and from 2.30pm to 6pm.

keywords: Gaeilge, Television, Kids, Educational, Child, Children, Games, Preschool, School, Kindergarten, Preschool-aged, words, early learning.

Whats new

    Updated to support the latest Android software versions.

TG4 part of our Education and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update May 29, 2015. Google play rating is 74.026. Current verison is 1.1.2. Actual size 32.0 MB.

Download cula-caint.apk 32.0 MB


Paul Delahunty

No Longer Works Since I upgraded to 4.4.4 it no longer opens. Please please fix as my kids LOVE it!! Go raibh maith agaibh

Rob Heffmeister

Great app This is a great app. Give it just 5mins each morning over breakfast with your child - it's working for me. Highly recommended! If there were several such apps consolidated into one I'd probably purchase...great job...keep them coming...

Keely Flynn

Force close For this one and the second one continually force close really annoying! Please fix then I'll give 5*

A Google User

Great for my toddler Very happy with this app. Click on each icon and you get a vibrant photo with accompanying sound. tap the photo and get the irish pronunciation in a childs voice, tap again for another photo of the same item and another childs voice. the only disappointment is the art package included- its basic to say the least. Best irish app i could find for my toddler and a great first effort tg4. thanks

A Google User

Good (updates on the way?) Found this a good introduction for my three year old. It could be expanded though, bit limited...

keith mannion

Its great Live this app for my 2yr old son

Simon O'Moore Donohoe

Keeps forced closing Doesn't open on my HTC 1

A Google User

Woefully Incomplete and only semi-functional for such a huge download. Not well thought out at all.

Orla Stíobhard

W Was 5 star but stopped working 2 weeks ago

Alyssa Kruis

Wont even open Shocking that wont open on an android tablet..

Simon Bushby

No longer functions Since updating to android 4.4 around January, this and cula caint 2 have stopped working. Hoped there would be a fix by now as my son loved the app.

Emer Moloney

E Moloney This app doesn't work, which is disappointing because it appears to be the best of a bad bunch

A Google User

my son loves it maith sibh!

David Foley

Doesn't open No one obviously tested this before release. Amateur.

Peter Staunton

Not on kitkat Sounds great but fails to open on android KitKat.

Mikel Arrid Boyles

So glad that it's fixed! I had this app for a while and was using it to help teach my daughters some vocabulary but then it suddenly stopped working. I received an email this morning telling me it was fixed! I booted it up and my youngest daughter and I have been enjoying it very much.

Paul Delahunty

Finally Fixed!! Finally fixed it!!! Go raibh maith agaibh ?

Harry Sealy

Keeping the Kids Irish Living abroad longterm its a struggle to pass on our native Irish culture to our kids who were not born there and get to visit only occasionally! The kids loooove this app, ... so I do! Go raibh míle maith agaibh!!

Simon Bushby

Finally updated for android lollipop My son loves it - really missed it when it stopped working.

Moira Harris

Good app for basic words..

Sarah Mo

Brilliant Can't keep my 2 year old away from this. And his pronounciation is now great, better than he'd get from me. Especially appreciated as we live outside Ireland.

Paul Delahunty

Finally Fixed!! Finally fixed it!!! Go raibh maith agaibh ?

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