December 24, 2010 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Redmond, Washington - Slothmedia, LLC is proud to announce that their Family edition of Kosmic Math has been updated to version 1.4, and it is available in the Apple iTunes Appstore. This release corrects a usability problem which affected many new customers by preventing them from adding players. KosmicMath family edition is a five player mathematical space game which encourages young minds to memorize basic math facts. Specific versions are available for the iPad (KosmicMathHD Family) and the iPhone / iPod-Touch (KosmicMath-Famiy). iPad, iPhone / iPod touch customers whom have previously purchased KosmicMathHD Family or KosmicMath-Family will receive v1.4 as a free update through iTunes when they perform the Update Applications and synch their devices.
Version 1.4 brings a simplified mission control enrollment process whereby once completed parents will receive email reports of player promotions, game status and drill scores so they can monitor their children's mathematical development. Subscribing to the mission control can now be directly accessed from the main control screen.
As with all versions of KosmciMath, players will enjoy their ability to access all modalities of the entire program, jumping between grade levels and challenging themselves to any one of over 25 levels of play. Advanced data synchronization between devices ensures seamless game play across all Apple IOS products--enabling users to continue their play on any device that has been registered with the KosmicMath Mission Control Center using the same parent's email address. Registration with Mission Control also enables parents to receive email reports of player performance, promotions and scored drill / test completion results - making KosmicMath the parent and educator preferred tool for math drills and multiplication tables. KosmicMath tracks each player's performance individually and summarizes that data into a convenient report for mom, dad or educators to check up on their students progress.
KosmicMath captivates children to master their math tables. KosmicMath offers a practice mode (space mission) and a drill mode (pop quiz). In mission mode, players are urged to demonstrate mastery over basic mathematical operations as they travel through the solar system collecting alien trophies and visiting NASA web sites. In Drill mode, players are given a pop quiz which is individually scored, emailed and archived along with the problem set, player answers and statistics about the players responses. Data from mission mode and drill mode is saved for each player, synchronized to other iPhone, iPod-Touch or iPad devices and archived into the KosmicMath WEB portal for parent and teacher analysis of player performance.
KosmicMath for the iPad, iPhone / iPod-touch is sold in the iTunes AppStore as single player, single grade or family multi-player, multi-grade editions. KosmicMath Classroom and School editions are targeted for the professional educator and school systems. Slothmedia and KosmicMath are definitely on Santa's list.
Located in Redmond, Washington, SlothMedia, LLC was established by Jerry Ketterling with the aim to bring excellence to iPhone, iPod and iPad educational software. The company currently offers Family, School and Lite versions on the iTunes AppStore with others in the works. Slothmedia and KosmicMath are definitely on the watch list. Copyright (C) 2010 SlothMedia, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.