Co-founder Micheal Wood began manufacturing the Phonics Desk in 1995. That year Wood resigned as a partner at Cooley LLD and founded LeapFrog Enterprises with Robert Lally. Toys "R" us became the first major retailer to carry the Phonics Desk
LeapFrog's first product
LeapFrog had distribution in over 10 countries and number of major clients in the USA by early 1997. Knowlege Universe acquired a majority stake in LeapFrog in 1997. it is an education company founded by a group of brothers
LeapFrog acquired Explore Technologies in August 1998. Explore Technologies produced the odyssey Globe, an interactive globe that could cal out the name of countries when users touched the globe with a specially designed stylus
Explore Technologies stylus Technolgy was later used in LeapFrog's LeapPad, a learning tablet that sounds out words when users drag a stylus across a word in LeapPad book's. the Leap launched in 1999 and became LeapFrogs flagship product
The LeapPad launched in 1999 and became Leapfrog's flagship product.
LeapFrog product were sold in more than 25 countries by 2003. LeapFrog went n the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol LF
On April 4, 2016, VTech completed its $72 million acquisition of LeapFrog
LeapFrog discontinued the LeapPad and released its Tag Reading System in June 2008. Tag became LeapFrog's flagship product and was a successor to the 10-year-old LeapPad
A customizable plush toy that can be programmed with various songs and the owner's name and preferences. Additionally, LeapFrog produced various other toys, including toy vehicles, interactive plushes, and toys for the infant market. LeapFrog later released Read with Me Scout, a plush toy that can read aloud books from its product line.
LeapFrog released the LeapPad Explorer educational tablet computer in 2010. The LeapPad Explorer was designed for children aged four to nine and contained a five-inch touchscreen, camera, microphone, and both downloadable apps and cartridge-based games
In 2012, LeapFrog released its updated LeapPad2 and LeapsterGS
The LeapPad Ultra tablet computer and LeapReader were launched in 2013
In July 2014, the company announced the release of LeapTV
The company released LeapBand, its first wearable activity tracker for children, in 2014
LeapFrog also released its LeapPad3 and LeapPad Ultra XDi tablet devices in 2014
In August 2015, the company announced LeapFrog Epic, its new Android-based tablet for children, which was released in September 2015.