September News

I thought I would just ‘flutter by’ to inform everyone about things that will be happening in September from the team here at Primary Apps.

We will be launching a brand new app in the coming weeks which is designed to help children learn how to work out coordinates.  They will be able to work out coordinates in one quadrant (beginner) or four quadrants (expert).  We’ve tested this app amongst children and they simply love it so we hope that everyone else does too!  The success rate of the app is really high and has proved to improve the understanding of coordinates in children as young as 7.

The game will feature a Brian the Butterfly – and we’ll post some screenshots of him as soon as we can.

In addition, during September, we will be launching a multipack app which will contain our first three apps (Monty’s Quest, Secret Numbers and Grid Guru).  We’ve been asked if we would release our apps as a bundle (particularly schools) to help reduce the amount of apps pupils have to choose from in lesson time.  So ‘Maths Attack Pack 1’ is scheduled for release this coming month!

All very exciting and we have many more events planned on the run up to the end of 2011.  Stay tuned for more info.

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Dedicated to creating fun, engaging apps for primary school aged children. Apps that are designed to work on iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads.

Posted on September 4, 2011, in Apps. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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