Project key points
Development and Implementation of Website, Ongoing Maintenance, Web Design Support and Development. Website Search Engine Optimisation, Google & Bing Engine website...
Project key points
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Melbourne AirConditioning & Heating
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While the smartphone has become our most important office tool at work, at home it has become the favorite toy for many of our kids. When they don’t have anything else to do, your children will inevitably walk up to you and demand you let them play some game on your smartphone, which often involves beating up a poor, defenseless, digital animal. Although it keeps them entertained for a while, many parents do worry of how this activity is affecting their children psychologically.
Fun and Education Smartphone Apps for Young People!
However, now there’s good news for parents with smartphone-savvy little ones! Samsung and Fingerprint – a mobile apps development company – are teaming up to bring you kid-friendly, educational apps for your smartphone!
Fingerprint will be customizing their mobile app service which will be available for select Samsung devices. This new service will debut in the first quarter of 2014 in South East Asia. The service promises a fun and safe learning environment for kids which will allow parents to create a family account so all their children can use it. The parents will receive periodical personalized reports about their children’s activities.
“We are very excited about partnering with Fingerprint,” commented Nicholas Wodtke, of Samsung Electronics Media Solution Center Southeast Asia and Oceania. “Asia has a young demographic base and a rapidly growing middle class. There are an estimated 50 million kids in the age group of 3-7 years in Southeast Asia. Samsung is focused on bringing to market a service that offers a safe mobile play and learn environment for kids.”
“Research has validated the importance of learning through play during the critical developmental years of kids,” commented head of Learning and Reading at Samsung Electronics Media Solution Center Southeast Asia and Oceania, Gerald Cai. “It is, however, challenging for parents to navigate the vast app universe to identify thoughtful and suitable apps for kids. Our goal for Samsung’s new kids’ mobile network is to offer parents peace of mind, knowing their kids will have meaningful play experiences that will help them to learn and grow.”
This development is just another example of how the mobile apps industry is booming and penetrating all areas of people’s lives. If you would like more information on how mobile apps can help your business or customers, contact IT Corp today.