Internet Design Zone today introduces Dancing Animals For Kids 1.0, their new educational app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. This funny game app aims to keep little kids entertained and busy with animals dancing to groovy music. Small children can spend time all alone with this app and learn names and spellings of animals while having fun. 20 cute animals with different dance steps and music tunes will keep a child hooked.
San Francisco based TileSpeak Software today announced the release of TileSpeak for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running on iOS 4.0 or later. TileSpeak Mahjong provides anyone interested in learning the Chinese language with a way to develop and expand their comprehension of written Chinese characters by simply playing Mahjong Solitaire on their mobile devices in their free time. Each game piece is stamped with a single character, and bears a tonal association by color on the game board.
Human Body Detectives today announces Battle With The Bugs 2.4.1, their educational and entertaining iPad app. Authored by Dr. Heather Manley, kids ages 6 to 10 will love this series of award winning educational adventure stories which follow two “Human Body Detectives”, Merrin and Pearl, who magically enter different systems in the body to solve a health mystery and learn a bit of nutrition along the way.
Internet Design Zone, has launched Complete The Word For Kids 1.0. Complete The Word is a fun game that helps small kids to learn to spell and read their first words. Little kids can spend time all alone with this app and learn along with having fun. The app is made for kids in grade 1 or grade 3 (age group 3-6 years). Full of colorful and cute graphics to keep a child engaged. Every word is spelled aloud for overall learning. The app is available for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
iOS application developer, Internet Design Zone today introduces The Alphabet Train 1.1, their new fun educational app for iPhone, iPad and the iPod touch. The Alphabet Train takes kids on a joyful ride in the world of letters and words. Kids in age group 2-6 or those in pre-school, 1st or 2nd grade will enjoy playing with this app and learn alphabets ABC in no time. The app is full of attractive graphics, sounds and funny animations to keep a little child hooked for hours.
Bambino Avenue today introduces Dano Pirate & The Numbers 1.0, an educational app that turns maths and learning to count into a pirate-themed adventure for preschoolers and kindergartners. The richly animated app for the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad features a cast of cartoon characters who guide young players through 20 numbers-based mini-games. Dano Pirate’s activities were selected and refined by educators at top U.S. elementary schools and support national mathematics standards.
iPhone application developer, Internet Design Zone today introduces Counting For Kids 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. Counting For Kids is an educational game where children count the animals displayed on screen. helps initiate the learning process of basic counting using numbers, colorful pictures of animals and sounds. Developed specifically to help increase parent-child bonding, the child also learns to identify animals from their pictures and names along with counting from 1 to 10.
Virginia based Vito Technology today announces an update to GeoWalk – 3D World Factbook 2.0 for iOS devices. Explore facts about the fascinating world around us. It was developed specifically for both adults and children curious about far away places, great people, and the most amazing living creatures and plants. With this update users can spin the globe and pictures of the most interesting creatures, plants, landmarks and personalities will appear once they hover over a specific region.
Teach Me Sushi today announced the availability of its new instructional sushi app for iPad. Teach Me Sushi iPad offers over 15 easy-to-follow demonstrational videos and step-by-step photo guides that detail how to create sushi dishes ranging from basic to advanced. Paired with the convenience and control of having all of the necessary elements on one’s iPad, these features enable the user to follow along and work at his or her own pace.
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.
NSC Partners LLC today announces Clean Energy Hawaii STEM for Apple’s revolutionary iPad device. Developed in partnership with the MEDB Women in Technology Project, Clean Energy Hawaii STEM was designed specifically to support innovative energy science education worldwide – to be used by teachers, parents and students in class or at home to augment a science, technology, engineering and mathematics curriculum. Hawaii is used as a portal because of its ambitious goal of 70% Clean Energy by 2030.
Brain Counts releases Kids Math Ace, the first iPhone app parents can use to teach basic math facts to kids that require the use of visual learning techniques, to help them better understand addition and subtraction’s basic concepts. Math Ace offers increasing levels of difficulty as well as easily adjusted settings so parents can focus the application on their child’s trouble areas. Kids Math Ace incorporates colors and sounds into the educational games to attract the attention of the child.
Teach Me Sushi, provider of fun and hands-on sushi making lessons throughout the New York area, today announces Teach Me Sushi Expert 1.0, its latest iPhone application. The new app offers helpful tools and over 45 minutes of instructional videos demonstrating how users can make advanced sushi rolls in their own homes. The Expert offering takes the lessons a step further, teaching users to create advanced rolls including Shrimp Tempura, Volcano Rolls and Spicy Crunchy Tuna Rolls.
Dot Next today announce Magnetic Alphabet 1.0, the iPad edition of the classic magnetic board game. Magnetic Alphabet contains 95 different pieces in 6 colors, for a total of 570 magnets to be placed freely on the board. It’s a real stimulus for imagination and creativity of our children, without the stress of having to learn features and rules typical of more complex games. It’s an ideal tool to help preschool age children become familiar with letters and numbers.