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KittyPad Announces New SDK for App Developers

Aug 10, 2011 - KittyPad today released their new SDK that is geared toward both developers of educational applications for kids and general game developers. Designed specifically to help spread game awareness and increase downloads, the SDK includes tools for implementing health protection, subscriptions and exchange downloading. The primary component is KittyPad's group purchase/subscription service, which users can purchase via an In-App-Purchase.


Kitty Words-Bilingual Vocabulary Builders for Kids

Jun 17, 2011 - Kitty Pad has released Kitty Words 1.1 for iPad. Kitty Words is a vocabulary game that can be used to improve both English and Chinese. This educational application for the iPad designed and developed by Kitty Pad with the help of primary education experts. This game is targeted at preschoolers and early elementary students. Kids can use Kitty Words to practice and play. It combines English and Chinese words learning in one game.


Math Ninja HD by Kitty Pad Provides Math Practice for Children

Jun 16, 2011 - Math Ninja HD 1.0 by Kitty Pad educational application for the iPad designed and developed by Kitty Pad with the help of primary education experts available for sale in the ITunes store. The target age is anywhere from 6-12. Kids can use Math Ninja to learn and practice math skills, from basic concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, to more advanced and complicated problem solving such as mixed operator usage.


Math Ninja Lite a Free Educational App for Learning Math Basics

Jun 16, 2011 - Math Ninja Lite is a free educational application for the iPad designed and developed by Kitty Pad with the help of primary education experts available for sale in the iTunes store. The target age is anywhere from 6-12. Kids can use Math Ninja to learn and practice math skills, from basic concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, to more advanced and complicated problem solving such as mixed operator usage.