Some of our programmers have built apps that teach mathematics, physics, chemistry, and other subjects to high school and college students.
Scarsdale, NY (PRWEB) May 31, 2013
EduAppsBuilder, a Scarsdale, New York software company, has announced that it will provide educators and educational institutions with help in making learning apps for use in mobile devices.
"Our engineers have experience in developing learning software," said a director of the company. "Our people have built apps that help learning disabled students. Some of them have built apps that teach mathematics, physics, chemistry, and other subjects to high school and college students."
"If your pipes leak, you don't need to learn to be a plumber," said the director. "You call the expert--a real plumber--to fix the problem. We are the experts who can build the apps that help you teach."
The director gave an example of an app that EduAppsBuilder might provide. He mentioned a flash card app with a voice-over. This approach has proven effective in memory-intensive learning demands, and can be used and reused endlessly. "Building this app is one of the services we can provide, like the plumber can fix the pipes."
EduAppsBuilder can be reached at (914) 721-0505, or by email at apps(at)EduAppsBuilder(dot)com. Their website is http://www.EduAppsBuilder.com.