March 24, 2009 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Springville, Utah - Clever Coding announced Monday the release of two new kids oriented iPhone applications. The apps, titled First Words and First Words Lite, are valuable learning tools for Preschool age children that assists children in learning using a combination of sharp animations and fun sound effects.
This app has been designed with children in mind. First Words is a full featured learning tool that uses stunning colors and graphics available on the iPhone to render full color pictures accompanied of everything from shapes to colors. When a child touches a picture the animated screen will zoom in on the selected item and reveal the word. The child then will hear the word spoken.. Using the combination of words and sounds children are able to easily learn new words.
First Words has been praised for its ease of use and attractive game play for children. Dinesh, an iPhone App review website, had the following to say about First Words:
"If you have a toddler that is just learning to speak and recognize images, I would highly recommend this application. With a combination of colorful graphics, sounds and animation, you cannot go wrong."
AppStoreApps, another iPhone App Review site, echoed similar sentiments regarding First Words:
"It's so easy that you don't even need to guide your child through it, they can do everything themselves."
First Words Lite is a companion app to First Words that features the same animations and effects as First Words, but is limited to the number and colors sections. First Words Lite is available for free on the App Store.
Clever Coding was founded in 2008 with the single goal in mind of creating brilliant iPhone apps. We develop apps for clients around the world as well as some killer in house apps. More information about our custom iPhone development services can be found at our website. Check out our two Apps sections to get a feel for what kind of apps we develop. Copyright 2008-2009 Clever Coding. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.