Feb 29, 2016 - Ontario-based indie developer, codeDependent Software today introduces Carl Can Divide 1.0, their entertaining, and educational game for iOS devices. The app offers children 10 and up a brainteasing math challenge as they help Carl make it safely through the ocean by tapping the correct answers to prove their skills with division, square roots, and prime numbers. Teachers and parents will appreciate the reporting features of the app, while kids will enjoy the fun animation and sound effects.
Feb 26, 2016 - Pyxwise Software today announces Simplex Spelling Phonics - Advanced Phonograms 3.0.1, an important update to its critically acclaimed interactive phonics-based spelling app for iOS devices. Aimed at children of all ages, this popular learning app focuses on teaching advanced concepts in spelling using a combination of phonics and Pyxwise's reverse phonics approach that acts like a personal spelling coach. Version 3.0.1 adds several new advanced features, more lessons and new spelling lists.
Feb 25, 2016 - Edtech Entrepreneur, Dr. Ahmad Hammoud today announces Play.My.Way 1.1, an update to his popular educational app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Play.My.Way lets your kids use their phone only when they answer a challenging question every few minutes in Math, Science, or Language Arts. At parent-specified intervals, the app will interrupt any running application with an educational question, and will only return to the app once the question is answered.
Feb 25, 2016 - Artgig Apps today introduces Jump! A Game of Numbers 1.0, their new educational game developed for iOS devices. The premise of Jump! is simple - save the little Snortles who have been blasted from their volcano home and scattered across the sea. You must get from shore to shore by sequentially jumping from one number to the next, while rescuing as many Snortles as you can along the way. The adaptive game engine makes Jump! fun for a wide range of ages.
Feb 25, 2016 - On February 28, 2016, Ontario-based indie developer, codeDependent Software will release Carl Can Divide 1.0, their entertaining, and educational game for iOS devices. The app will motivate children 10 and up to practice times tables with fun swiping action, interactive prizes and gradual progression. Teachers and parents will appreciate the quick evaluation and reporting features of the app while kids will enjoy the gameplay, animation and sounds.
Feb 18, 2016 - Indie developer, Michael Kyle Buchanan today introduces Top Times Tables 1.0, a new iPhone app designed to help kids master multiplication quickly and easily. Top Times Tables provides students with a simple interface that generates multiplication problems for them, checks them, and tracks what problems a student gets correct and wrong. The app takes these into account when deciding what problem to produce next, ensuring that students build confidence while also learning what they need to know.
Feb 18, 2016 - Award-winning developer of educational apps, Vito Technology today announced that Planet Nine has been added to Star Walk 2, the company's best-selling stargazing guide for iOS and Android devices. The recently discovered ninth planet of the solar system is for the first time featured in an interactive space atlas. Among other new features of this update are 3D Touch, allowing users to access Sky Live, Search, or Star Spotter directly from home screen, and calendar of astronomy events for 2016.
Feb 18, 2016 - Mezmedia today introduces Space Station 1.0.0 for iOS, a wonderfully interactive app that takes kids on an adventure in outer space. Fire up the hyperdrive as budding astronauts play make-believe on a futuristic space station traversing the deep unexplored reaches of the galaxy. There are tons to do on Bamba Space Station. Study alien goo in the Space Lab, grow vegetables in the Greenhouse, have a party in the Pool Deck or put on a Space Suit and turn on the Gravity-Nullifier.
Feb 04, 2016 - Have Fun Learn Chinese today is proud to announce the release of EmojiWords 1.0 for iOS, a new addition to the company's collection of game-shaped exercises. Suitable for beginners and intermediate level learners, EmojiWords uses the ubiquitous and familiar emoji icons to help you build a strong mental link between objects, sounds and words. The game will guide you though learning 400 basic Chinese words, checking your knowledge and introducing more and more complex tasks as you progress.