July 27, 2012 in Music (F)
[prMac.com] Washington, District Of Columbia - The mobile developer SmartyShortz LLC, has announced they will be releasing their second educational App this summer: Smarty Potty Training. The app will be available through Apple's iTunes App Store mid summer 2012. The App, available for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, provides children and parents with a fun, interactive way to learn about and become comfortable with the potty training process.
The App is built around music from the Cris and Lou Project, a popular children's music band based in Philadelphia. The band specializes in songs meant to teach children values and good habits, all through current sounding music with an indie flare. In the App, the Cris and Lou Project's music accompanies a "big kid" through the steps of using the potty; the "big kid" is someone with whom every potty trainer can identify and be at ease.
A child can go on a journey with the "big kid" by easily maneuvering the app in one of two ways. The first option allows the child to learn by listening to Cris and Lou's encouraging and instructional music while seeing engaging graphics. The second option involves the child interactively making their way through scenes allowing for chalkboard drawing, learning and hearing the alphabet on the ABC magnet board, or even spending hours making funny potty related sounds. Both options allow the child to become relaxed with using the potty.
The App is available for the low price of $1.99 and is the first in a suite of Apps SmartyShortz is creating collaboratively with the children's songwriters, the Cris and Lou Project.
Located in Washington, District Of Columbia, SmartyShortz LLC specializes in the development of educational mobile Apps, particularly on iOS, has been in business since April 2009 and has over 25 apps in the app store. SmartyShortz Creative Director Jill Mikols Etesse heads up a team trying to create products that are of the highest educational quality without the hefty price-tag. Team members take constant inspiration and user interface cues from their own kids who serve as "beta testers" to their developers! Copyright (C) 2012 SmartyShortz 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.