Interview: Chocolapps on Educational Mobile Apps


We recently wrote about Chocolapps, a European edutainment company, that creates interactive e-books and apps for young children. We caught up with the Chocolapps team to learn more about their strategy and how their apps can help kids learn. Check Continue reading

Chocolapps Creates Interactive E-Books for Kids


Navigating the App Store can be daunting, especially when you’re looking for kid-appropriate, educational apps and games. The space is getting crowded and it can be hard to sort through the noise. We recently checked out apps created by Chocolapps Continue reading

Ancient Rome Is Delighted to Announce the Launch of the All New…


Tomorrow marks the in-store release of the much-anticipated iPhone 5. Despite American vloggers standing in line outside Apple stores since this morning, Aussies going nuts for Steve Wozniak, and French Apple Store employees reportedly planning to peace out on release day, we here at Continue reading

50 Apps for Lifelong Learners

National Geographic

Last week, Edudemic and their content partner Online College Courses published a list of the 50 best educational iOS apps for lifelong learners to download. For those of us who are finished with school and but aren’t ready to stop Continue reading

MindSnacks Announces $6.5 Million Funding from Sequoia


MindSnacks today announced they’ve raised $6.5 million from Sequoia Capital to continue making educational mobile games. MindSnacks games have over 4 million downloads to date and they will use the new funding to continue to make games for SAT prep Continue reading

Inkling Announces Version 3.0


We saw it first on Jason Calacanis’ LAUNCH Ticker that Inkling rolled out Version 3.0 of its interactive book platform. TheNextWeb reported that this version is now optimized for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Now students can learn on-the-go via mobile smartphones Continue reading

Bring Your Own Device: Mobile Technology’s Place in the Classroom


Mobile technology might work better when embraced by class teachers instead of outlawed by them. At least that’s the way schools like Avon Lake High School in Ohio see it. In January 2012, ALHS announced what it called BYOD—Bring Your Continue reading

OneSchool Secures $750K Funding, Launches College Management App for Students


College may be the best time of your life, but nobody promised it would be easy. In between studying for your mid-terms in kinesthesiology, electrical engineering, and classic British literature, your mind is going to be pretty well occupied – Continue reading