19 Year Old and Oxford University Press Release Christmas Book Apps
December 14, 2011 in Books
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - EducationApps Ltd is pleased to announce the release of two Christmas Storybooks: 'Nonsense Christmas Rhymes' and 'Twelve Days of Christmas', produced in collaboration with Oxford University Press (OUP), the world's largest university press. The apps were made available via the iTunes App Store at the end of November and are EducationApps first apps available on the iPad.
Liz Cross, Children's Publisher at OUP says: "These books have been delighting children and their parents at Christmas for many years, and it's wonderful that they are now available to share in a new way."
George Burgess, 19-year-old Founder and Managing Director of EducationApps says: "We're excited to take these fun Christmas titles onto the iPad and make them available to children all over the world. We hope the splendid, humorous narration will bring the spirit of the festive season to children and parents alike."
Within the app, children can tap 'Read to me' to have the entire book read to them or 'I'll read' to try and read the stories themselves; if they have difficulty at any time, they can simply tap a page to hear the narration.
Mobile devices are personal, portable and accessible, making them ideal study aids for students. EducationApps is a leader of the mobile education market in the UK and is working with several academic publishers as well as producing its own range of assessment and revision guides to revolutionise the way students at home and abroad prepare for their exams. The release of these storybooks marks the beginning of an ongoing relationship between EducationApps and OUP, with numerous academic apps already in the pipeline.
Burgess says, "We're thrilled that Oxford University Press and other academic publishers are interested in what we're doing to revolutionise the mobile learning space. With their support, we can help bring the highest quality educational content to students via their mobile devices."
EducationApps Ltd is the UK's leading educational mobile app developer. The company produces its own branded apps and also works with the world's leading publishers to take their content onto mobile devices. Copyright (C) 2009-2011 EducationApps Ltd. 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.