Art Education iPhone and iPad App is Now Available at No Cost
Jan 09, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Art ABC, from Oh Factory, is a popular educational app designed to help little ones learn the alphabet with fun and sophistication, is temporarily being offered as a free download in the iTunes App Store.
Usually, Art ABC retails for $0.99, and its affordable price point and cultured presentation have already earned the app accolades from fans. Parents love that Art ABC is simple enough for tiny hands to use without much help, as well as the fact that it is illustrated with backgrounds from famous artwork rather than stock cartoon art. Children love its interactive nature, which allows them to explore each background, and rewards them with creative animations and images as they discover objects which match each letter of the alphabet.
Soothing background music and a gentle narrator ensure that Art ABC doesn't overstimulate while it entertains budding scholars. Beautiful artistic backgrounds delight children as they transform when tiny fingers tap the screen, highlighting objects in varied and unique ways. For example, a prompting icon encourages children to tap an impressionistic sky for the letter "M," which reveals the painted moon, lighting the landscape.
Art ABC teaches the alphabet, presents the correlation between sound and letter, and does this in a beautifully artistic setting. It's a great choice for parents seeking apps that can enrich their children's education.
Now is the best time to download the app, given the fact that it's available at no charge. Parents can find Art ABC in the iTunes App Store.
iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/art-abc/id577729562 mt=8
iPad: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/art-abc-hd/id577730848 mt=8
iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
Requires iOS 4.2 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Art ABC 1.2.1 is now free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store for both the iPhone and iPad.
About the Developer:
Oh Factory is an edutainment app developer who strives to use famous images and classic stories to provide creative methods for children when beginning to learn the alphabet, English vocabulary, numbers and colors.
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