Educational app company, Interactive Elementary, president talks about the success of the company’s first release for the iPad, Middle School Math 1.0. He lauds Indian company for wide range of IT solutions. A little over half a year ago Canadian teacher Dave Brown sensed the emergence of a market, recognized he could be a player in it and moved on his instincts. Late last week Interactive Elementary, Brown’s software start-up, launched its first two educational apps for Apple’s iPad.
UK app developer Neon Play has achieved over ten million downloads since its launch ten months ago and just three weeks after its app Paper Glider was announced as Apple’s ten billionth download. Spookily, the company has also just employed its tenth member of staff. Last month Neon Play became the talk of the press when it was announced that Paper Glider, a huge hit on both sides of the Atlantic, was the 10 billionth app to be downloaded from the Apple App Store.
Vancouver based Comboapp today announces Startup Entrepreneur Learning Studio 1.0 for the iPad. Specifically focused on providing a complete entrepreneurial education, Startup Entrepreneur Learning Studio helps aspiring business leaders develop the entrepreneurial know-how needed to successfully develop, operate, and ultimately grow a business venture independently. Courses range from introductory surveys of general entrepreneurial concepts, to more advanced courses.
UK based FIPLAB Ltd announced today that its London Cycle: Maps & Routes application has surpassed 80,000 user downloads in less than 4 weeks since its launch on the iTunes AppStore. The application is not just being used by cycle hire members, but also regular cyclists who are using the app due to the cycle-safe routes it provides. The routes allow cyclists to avoid busy roads and minimises the number of right-hand turns required to reach a destination.