January 10, 2012 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Tampa, Florida - Developer of children's learning apps, Happi Papi, today announces the general launch of a free, no obligation, evaluation program for schools all over the world. Interested schools that are using iPads (or iPods/iPhones) in the classroom can sign up at Happi Papi's website.
Participants will get an email with an evaluation code every time Happi Papi releases a new app. The code makes it possible to install a copy of the app free of charge.
By inviting schools all over the world to evaluate its apps, Happi Papi hopes to both make apps better suited for education purposes and increase awareness about how great a learning tool the iPad can be in a school setting.
The program is completely free and there are no obligations says Patrick Larson co-founder of Happi Papi. Instead we hope that educators will take this opportunity to help us create great learning apps through our voluntary feedback section, continues Patrick.
At the moment there is no limit on the number of participants. We hope to keep it that way but if our sneak preview launch in Sweden through a teacher's Facebook page is any indication we might have to reconsider. We got 40 applications within the first hour even though the application form was released at 9 PM, concludes Patrick Larson enthusiastically.
Happi Papi is a US - Swedish joint venture created by Patrick Larson and Jens Ode from WannaPlay, Europe's first DVD-game Studio. We are two dads who belive it is possible to create quality apps for kids in a profitable way without the use of in-app ads, links and purchases. Our apps will always be free of tricks and gimmicks and will always be easy and rewarding to play. Happi Papi specializes in "Edutainment" apps for kids. When using our apps, children between the age of 2-7 will always learn something about the world around them in a safe and fun playing environment. Play and learn is our motto and what kids do best. Copyright (C) 2012 Happi Papi. 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.