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New Math App from Dexteria Named a Best New App in Education by Apple

Feb 24, 2014 - Dexteria Dots, the new math app from BinaryLabs, has been named a Best New App in Education by Apple, and is currently being featured on the App Store. The app takes a unique, intuitive approach to math education and supports many of the Common Core Standards for early mathematics education. Rather than the typical "drill-and-kill" type of app, Dexteria Dots features intuitive gesturing and multiple representations of numbers & relative value, resulting in understanding at the conceptual level.

Dexteria Jr. Featured in Parents Magazine

Aug 09, 2013 - San Diego based interactive media developer, BinaryLabs announced that Dexteria Jr. has been featured in the tablet version of Parents Magazine. The app is one of four apps featured in the playroom section of the newly released September issue. Dexteria Jr. helps to improve fine motor skills in kids of all ages. Designed in consultation with licensed occupational therapists, the apps feature a set of hand and figure exercises that are fun and engaging.

Dexteria Jr Wins Editor's Choice Award from Children's Technology Review

Jun 16, 2013 - Dexteria Jr. wins the Editor's Choice Award from Children's Technology Review and continues to impress all audiences. The app recently added many awards to its impressive collection. With awards from various online sites and publications, this educational yet fun app is delivering on its promise that learning fine motor skills can be fun for children. Dexteria Jr. has become popular among the everyday pre-kindergarten learner as well as occupational therapists.

BinaryLabs to introduce Dexteria, Jr. app at annual AOTA tradeshow

Apr 26, 2013 - BinaryLabs has launched new app to develop fine motor skills in preschoolers at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference & Expo. Dexteria Jr. 1.0.1 for iPad includes three different activities with multiple levels on each activity to develop different aspects of a child's fine motor skills. Specifically, the apps focus on proper pencil grip, fine motor coordination, and pre-writing skills. Progress is easily tracked for each activity to view how your child has improved.

Top-Ranked Fine Motor Skill App Now Available for Toddlers/Preschoolers

Apr 04, 2013 - Recent research indicates a strong relationship between the development of fine motor skills in early childhood and later success in math, reading, and science. BinaryLabs is addressing this need with Dexteria Jr. 1.0, the new iPad app that teaches fine motor skills to toddlers and preschoolers. The app features interactive exercises that require specific finger and hand movements. They combine the principles of game design and occupational therapy to form an engaging, repeatable experience.

BinaryLabs Wins Developer of Distinction Award for iPad Apps

Jan 17, 2013 - BinaryLabs, the leading developer of iPad apps for occupational therapy, has been name a 2012 Developer of Distinction by, and leading website for the special needs community. In addition to Dexteria, the company's apps include LetterReflex and P.O.V. LetterReflex helps kids overcome letter reversals, like when they get their b's and d's mixed up, using kinesthetic learning techniques. P.O.V. improves spatial reasoning skills using multi-viewpoint visualization exercises.

New iPhone App Uses Kinesthetics to Help Kids Get Their Letters Straight

Dec 24, 2011 - BinaryLabs introduce LetterReflex 1.0 for iOS devices. The app features kinesthetic learning techniques to help kids tell the difference between b's and d's, as well as other commonly reversed letters and words. Kinesthetic learning teaches concepts through doing and moving, and the iPad/iPhone are ideally suited for supporting this learning approach. It adds to the company's mission of using mobile devices as therapeutic tools rather than just for content delivery.

Top Selling Medical App Now Available For iPhone

Sep 15, 2011 - BinaryLabs is responding to strong customer demand by releasing Dexteria 1.2, a universal version of their popular medical app that runs on all iOS devices. Highly touted by therapists and parents of kids with special needs, Dexteria features interactive exercises designed by licensed occupational therapists that require specific finger and hand movements. They combine the principles of game design and occupational therapy to form an engaging, repeatable experience.