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Brighter Minds line-up

Silly Numbers, Silly Animals and Silly Letters launched for the iPad with the aim of honing youngsters' minds.

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COLUMBUS, OH – August 24, 2010 – Brighter Minds is proud to announce three unique apps for the incredible Apple iPad. The newly released apps, which can be found through iTunes and through the iPad’s App Store, include Silly Numbers, Silly Animals, and Silly Letters. Silly Numbers has been featured by Apple as a “What’s Hot” product and a “New & Noteworthy” release. It has been on the Education Top 50 Best Sellers list.

“A very lucky generation of children is growing up with the iPad as an everyday part of their lives,” said Ran Flasterstein, Publisher at Brighter Minds. “We are pleased to offer beautiful apps that work as one with the platform the iPad provides so that kids can learn early reading and counting skills in a truly new and enjoyable way.”

Geared towards children in preschool and kindergarten, the Silly line of apps provide an entertaining and interactive way for children to review numbers, letters, and animals while strengthening their reading skills.

Isabelle Duston, Founder of Apps of All Nations and creator of a series of successful recipe apps, saw the potential for children to engage with the iPad and partnered with Brighter Minds to bring these titles to life. “I believe the iPad revolutionizes the way children learn by allowing them to interact through a series of visual and auditory stimulations.”

Priced at $3.99, each Silly app features colorful artwork, hilarious characters, music, sound effects, voice narration, and animation that are sure to keep children laughing as they learn. The apps will also be available in French starting in September and will be translated into various additional languages for international audiences.

Other apps currently available from Brighter Minds include:

I Know My Daddy Loves Me I Know My Mommy Loves Me I Know My Grandma Loves Me I Know My Grandpa Loves Me PEEK-A-BOO! Maggie and the Trouble with Monkeys

Contact: Ran Flasterstein

ranf@brightermindsmedia.com 

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