California based Googly announced that its children’s app, Alphabets in the Sea, has been included in the App Store’s “What’s Hot” section. Designed to entertain and educate, animals and letters are presented in a colorful video. Children learn about sounds and letters by associating them with the names of animals. A flashcard corresponding to each letter pronounces the letter and the name of the sea creature, as well as a fun memory game featuring the creatures of the sea.
iPhone application developer Internet Design Zone today introduces Cute Alphabets 1.0, their new educational app for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Cute Alphabets helps parents to begin the early education process of their little child with the very basics of ABC alphabets in a simple and joyful way. The app catches the child’s attention with bright and colorful graphics and helps them to identify objects by their pictures and names.
Just a week after hitting the top of the iPhone’s education charts, Googly’s Alphabets in the Zoo application for the iPad is featured on the front page of the iPad’s App Store under New and Noteworthy. Alphabets in the Zoo features a charming new animated alphabet song and story to help children learn their letters as they look, listen, and sing-a-long. Children’s mobile application studio Googly is overwhelmed by the positive response the app has received.