February 2, 2011 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Boston, Massachusetts - Electric Peel Software is joining Developers Against Poverty. For the month of February, 50% of the profits from Note-A-Lator for iPhone, a music reading quiz app, will be donated to charity: water. Developers Against Poverty is a campaign asking software developers from around the world to help bring clean water to areas of that world that lack it. The goal of Developers Against Poverty is to raise $50,000 to ensure clean water for the next 20 years for 2500 people.
charity: water is a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. 100% of public donations directly fund sustainable water solutions. $20 can give one person clean water for 20 years. Direct donations can also be made at the charity: water website.
Note-A-Lator for iPhone helps students learn to read music by giving them note and rhythm identification quizzes. It lets students learn independently by drawing all of their wrong answers on a staff so that they can be compared to the correct answers. It also offers advice at the end of each quiz based on the student's performance. The quizzes are completely customizable. Students can choose which clefs, keys, accidentals and rhythms they would like to be quizzed on.
Located in Boston, Massachusetts, Electric Peel Software was founded in 2009 by Peter Stuart. We develop Mac OS X and iPhone/iPad software for music students and teachers. All Material and Software (C) 2009-2011 Electric Peel Software. / All Rights Reserved. Apple and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.