January 24, 2012 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Fremont, California - Emantra's educational and consumer application development arm, Punflay has seen an increase in popularity of some of its award-winning educational apps. Out of the 20,000 educational apps available on iTunes, seven were briefly showcased during the Apple Educational Keynote Presentation in New York, while outlining the potential of educational apps on iTunes. Two of Punflay's educational apps Frog Dissection & Cell Structure were mentioned by Apple Vice President, Phil Schiller.
A multiple award winner, Frog Dissection is an ethical and educative alternative to real animal dissection. Available for desktops, laptops, Macs, iPads, netbooks and interactive whiteboards, and recognized by animal rights advocacy groups, the Frog Dissection App enables students to learn animal anatomy without needless animal culling.
Cell & Cell Structure:
Released in August 2011, Cell & Cell Structure helps middle school students understand cell functioning and structure, and is supported by interactive activities to test recollection and emphasize cell parts and functions. Specifically designed for middle-school students, this app complements life-science curriculum. Cell & Cell Structure is now a finalist in the Best Ever App Awards for the Best Middle School Student App category.
Punflay specializes in interactive educational games for iPads, iPhones, iTouches and online, and has released over two dozen apps, several of which have featured on "Noteworthy" and "Top 25" lists.
Punflay, a brand of Emantras develops educational iPad and iPhone apps for kids. The division's talented team designs its apps through meticulous research and testing. Aimed to educate and please children, Punflay's apps are very kid-friendly and intuitive to use. Copyright (C) 2010-2012 Punflay. 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.