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Apple's U.S. Retail Stores feature Brain Parade's See.Touch.Learn. app

Apple’s U.S. Retail Stores feature Brain Parade’s See.Touch.Learn. app

Brain Parade today announced that Apple Stores in the U.S. are now featuring See.Touch.Learn., their application for children with autism and special needs. See.Touch.Learn. combines the effectiveness of picture cards with the power and interactivity of the iPad to improve the learning experience for children with autism and other special learning needs. Parents and learning professionals can choose from professionally-designed exercises and lessons or they can create their own.

See.Touch.Learn. iPad app for Autism, Special Needs

See.Touch.Learn. iPad app for Autism, Special Needs

Brain Parade has reduced the price of all picture card libraries for its See.Touch.Learn. iPad app for special needs children for a limited time. Parents and educators working with special needs children who take advantage of this pricing can save hundreds of dollars versus the cost of picture cards. Brain Parade recently introduced version 1.1 of See.Touch.Learn. which offers features that its customers have asked for including enhanced audio capabilities which make a significant improvements.

Brain Parade updates See.Touch.Learn. iPad Autism App with Custom Audio

Brain Parade updates See.Touch.Learn. iPad Autism App with Custom Audio

Brain Parade today announces See.Touch.Learn. 1.1, an update to its premiere special education app for iPad devices. The autism and special needs app for the iPad combines the effectiveness of picture cards with the power and interactivity of the iPad to improve the learning experience for children with autism and other special learning needs. Version 1.1 introduces enhanced audio capabilities as well as new features and usability improvements in direct response to user input and feedback.

See.Touch.Learn. iPad App for Special Needs Reaches 30,000 Users

See.Touch.Learn. iPad App for Special Needs Reaches 30,000 Users

Stamford, Connecticut – Brain Parade, a pioneer in innovative mobile, education solutions, announced today that over 30,000 customers have downloaded its premiere iPad application, “See.Touch.Learn(TM)”. Launched in early March, this special education app has received overwhelmingly positive reviews by users on iTunes.
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