Rage Communications, a digital communications agency and technology consultancy firm, has announced the launch of AlphaLearn, a mobile app for Windows Phone 7.
AlphaLearn is an interactive learning app for preschoolers exploring the alphabet. The app helps them learn the alphabet and the sounds they make. The app starts with a random display of alphabets. Tapping an alphabet brings up a larger display of the alphabet and a voice reading the alphabet.
Using the app, the preschoolers not only can learn to identify the alphabet but also learn to pronounce it. The app is self-contained and does not present any options or settings screens, making it very child-friendly.
Launched a few weeks ago, the app has received more than 400 downloads in less than three weeks. The app is currently available for Windows devices. The app will soon be available for Android and iOS devices.
According to Ajay Kumar, assistant vice president, “The next version of the app will include more interactive child-friendly ways to reinforce the learning of alphabets. We are also planning to introduce more apps for children to facilitate interactive learning and extend the platform to other languages.”
“We all know how interactive learning is important for children in the pre-school age,” said JRK Rao, managing director of Rage Communications. “AlphaLearn engages the kids through audio and visual clues, providing some excitement in the learning process.”
AlphaLearn is available free on the Windows Marketplace.