Title: Blackfeet language (by Ogoki Learning Systems Inc.)
Price: Free
Offered by: Darrick Baxter (Blackfeet community college)
Released: December 21, 2012
Features Include:
– Only offered on Apple devices
– Learn Blackfoot terms such as animals, numbers, colours, objects, and anatomy
Find Apple app here

Title: Blackfoot (by Old Sun Community College)
Price: $9.99
Offered by: The Old Sun Community College
Released: August 12, 2015
Features Include:
– Offered on Apple and Android devices
– Blackfoot phrases grouped into 29 categories such as greetings, people, food, land animals, nature terms, etc.
– Audio, image, quizzes, and games
– Songs

Find Android app here
Find Apple app here

Title: FirstVoices keyboards
Price: Free
Offered by: First People’s Cultural Council
Updated: March 1st, 2016
Features Include:
– Offered on Apple and Android devices
– Keyboard software for over 100 Indigenous languages (app says it includes every First Nation language in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, plus many from the U.S).
– When downloaded all the keyboards are accessible and may be used for text, social media, e-mail, and all other apps.
– Blackfoot keyboard is available here
Find Android app here
Find Apple app here

Title: Ninastako cultural center app
Price: $9.99
Offered by: Ninastako Center
Updated: March 3, 2016
Features include:
– Offered for both Apple and Android devices
– Conversational Blackfoot. Learn basic Blackfoot through words, phrases and audio
– Blackfoot Surnames. Learn the history and meanings of Blackfoot surnames. Audio pronunciation included
– Pow Wow Trail. Learn when and where the pow wows are being held
– Blackfoot Challenges and quizzes
– and more
Find Android app here
Find Apple app here

Title: Nitsi Poh sin
Price: Free
Offered by: Mike LeFromboise – Piikani Studies
Updated on: October 31st, 2013
Features Include:
– Available on Android devices only
– Categories include: sound system, greetings, kinfolk, prayer, conversations, humour, directions, places, societies, and places.
Find Android app here

(This page prepared by Janine Jackson, June 21, 2016)

(Updated by Mahaliah Peddle, June 15, 2017)