Singapore (PRWEB) July 30, 2012
Skoolbo Core Skills, the world’s largest educational game ever, is now available on Google Play for Android tablets, making it the fifth platform in addition to PC, Mac, iTunes, and Samsung Apps.
“Our dream is for every child to learn to read and gain a confidence with numbers,” explained Skoolbo CEO Shane Hill. “We are committed to making Skoolbo freely available across as many platforms as possible. Google Play opens up Skoolbo to a whole new Android audience.”
“The intuitive nature of touch screen tablets is ideal for young children. It’s really quite incredible what children are able to achieve in that environment,” stated Hill.
Skoolbo also announced that Core Skills will be available on the Kindle Fire in the coming weeks.
Skoolbo is created by a team of educators and developers spanning the globe and its headquarters is in Singapore. The company believes that technology can drastically improve learning outcomes for children by recognizing and harnessing the way children learn.
Skoolbo’s eLearning programs focus on improving foundation reading and numeracy skills. The 3D racing games combine state-of-the-art technology and potent learning puzzles with the most important element of eLearning – fun. This is the underlying principle highlighted in all of Skoolbo’s applications. Skoolbo provides the central elements of all of their applications for free with additional premium options available for purchase.
Skoolbo Core Skills, the largest educational game ever, was released at the ISTE conference in San Diego in June 2012.
For more information, please visit http://www.skoolbo.com