California based Ezvid Inc. has announced EMDR For Clinicians 1.0 for iOS. Created by Dr. Tony Rousmaniere, EMDR For Clinicians provides adjustable-frequency tones for use in EMDR psychotherapy. The application displays the duration of each reprocessing set, in seconds, for easier note-taking. “EMDR for Clinicians” can be used with any set of headphones, or can be plugged into computer speakers. It features adjustable frequency tones designed for EMDR and an adjustable volume.
Internet Design Zone today introduces Addition & Subtraction For Kids 1.0, their fun educational game app for iPhone and iPod touch. Suitable for kids in grades 1 and 2, Addition & Subtraction For Kids will help little kids perfect their addition and subtraction skills. The app has a colorful underwater theme with lots of attractive fishes to keep the kids hooked. For each addition and subtraction question, a number of fish are shown on screen which the child has to count and answer.
Los Angeles based 24x7digital today announces TeachMe: 1st Grade, the third installment in the popular TeachMe series of educational apps for the iPhone and iPod touch. TeachMe: 1st Grade teaches four age-appropriate subjects to first grade children: sight words, addition, subtraction and spelling. TeachMe: 1st Grade’s unique TeachTech character recognition engine interprets a child’s written answers, helping to reinforce writing skills while teaching math and spelling.
Chicago based Renkara Media Group today announced Contig 1.0 for the new Apple iPad. Contig is a fast-paced math game played in grade schools worldwide but never before brought to a mobile device. Originally created by a retired schoolteacher, Contig helps both kids and adults practice math and computation skills, build strong problem-solving strategies, improve memory, and enhance reasoning. Contig expands on Renkara Media Group’s popular line of educational apps for iPhone and iPod touch.