With the exception of Japanese, all of the languages the children have been studying, in our house, have alphabets very similar to our own. This summer, we've been playing around with some of the other alphabets out there - not to seriously, and really just for fun.
I'm not sure how it works for iPads or iPhones, but Amazon offers a number of free apps for Kindles. Many of them have advertisements, or offers to buy products within them, but most are just straight forward, extended samples of the games. They are great for when you just want to play around, or check something, like the Cyrillic alphabet, out.
So, besides alphabets, we've also been working through a number of different apps, this summer. Which, is how we happened onto ABC. Russian Letters, from ABCgamesoft.
It's a very simple, flashcard style app for the Cyrillic alphabet. I don't speak Russian, so I can't tell you if the pronunciations are any good or not - but I can tell you, the voice (of the ladybug?) sounds just like a Minion.
It's had everybody in the room laughing, and repeating the words, and letter sounds aloud (a very important, but difficult to encourage step in language learning).
If you're looking to learn the Cyrillic alphabet, or just looking for a fun way to pass some time, and have a laugh, I can highly recommend this app. I mean really, who doesn't want to speak Russian like a Minion?