September 15, 2011 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Stamford, Connecticut - Brain Parade is celebrating the 100,000th download of its flagship product See.Touch.Learn.(TM) with a special price reduction for its users. This significant milestone was achieved just six months after See.Touch.Learn.(TM) was launched. Routinely appearing in the Top 10 Ranking of Free iPad Education Apps on the Apple iTunes Store and receiving hundreds of 5 star reviews, See.Touch.Learn. has proven to be huge hit with teachers and parents of children with special needs.
See.Touch.Learn.(TM) meets a real need:
Brain Parade founder Jim McClafferty said, "I founded Brain Parade on the premise that there was a great opportunity to use technology to improve the learning experience for children with autism and other special needs and their teachers and caregivers. With See.Touch.Learn. we designed a product that has been incredibly well received and has confirmed our belief that parents and teachers are looking for high-quality, innovative tools to use with their students and children."
As further acknowledgement of the excellent design of See.Touch.Learn., Apple(TM) selected See.Touch.Learn.(TM) to be installed on all iPads in its Retail Stores, an honor reserved for a very small fraction of the more than 425,000 apps available for Apple's iOS platform.
Stunning images and a top-notch user experience:
See.Touch.Learn. is a FREE app for the iPad that uses stunning high-resolution photos to bring flash card education into the 21st Century. These images combined with an incredibly flexible and easy to use interface, let users create custom lessons specifically for each child. Brain Parade currently offers 21 image libraries containing over 3,000 images and exercises designed by a Certified Behavior Analyst. New image libraries are being released monthly.
Sharing the Celebration:
Brain Parade maintains a strong relationship with its users, continually reaching out to them for input on product design and providing them with information about future product plans. "We are grateful for the active involvement of our users and we want to celebrate this significant achievement with them", says Jim McClafferty, "so we've dropped the prices on all of our libraries to $1.99 or less (USD) from September 15-19, 2011. This is a significant reduction - between 50% and 67%." Users can simply purchase these libraries from within the Free See.Touch.Learn. app.
Brain Parade plans to release an update to See.Touch.Learn. in October that will offer the user the ability to use his or her own images - a feature that has been the most frequently requested by its users. There are also plans for a See.Touch.Learn.(TM) "Pro" edition designed for teachers and other professional users. Timing and pricing for the See.Touch.Learn.(TM) Pro edition will be available in October.
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 4.2 or later
* 10.0 MB
Pricing and Availability:
See.Touch.Learn. 1.1 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category.
Brain Parade builds innovative, mobile, technology solutions that improve the learning experience for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Jim McClafferty, a veteran technology executive and consultant, founded Brain Parade in 2010 with the goal of developing educational tools that capitalize on the power of the iPad platform to transform the ways in which students with autism and special needs learn. Copyright (C) 2011 Brain Parade, 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.