We will continue to use customer feedback and newer technologies to drive the updates to the Red Apple Reading program.
Billings, MT (PRWEB) September 30, 2014
As a new school year gets underway, Red Apple Reading is ready to launch students, teachers, and parents into a successful year of reading—and rockets. This spaced out scene is just part of Red Apple Reading’s new offerings and improvements recently released for this fall.
Red Apple Reading is an online software program aimed at helping young children learn valuable reading skills. Visitors to the Level B program will see the changes firsthand, with the level renamed “Park Planet” and major upgrades to the animation and graphics, just in time for new students starting a new year. Users will now be guided through the galaxy to Park Planet by Professor Bookworm, expanding their literacy skills and spacing out—in a good way.
Red Apple Reading’s futuristic overhaul continued until late last week, with the unveiling of 3D “pop-up” pages in the company’s latest app release: Red Apple Readers – Park Planet. Illustrated by Deveo Media, the modified storybook design now has a special tilt feature on the pages, adding a whole new dimension for Red Apple Reading’s iPad tablet users.
Red Apple Reading members will also notice a user experience that is better than ever. The entire program was reworked to boast a database with better coding and a more secure interface, allowing all users a noticeably improved interactive experience.
Teachers and parents will also benefit from the autumn advancements. Red Apple Reading recently unveiled a new user Dashboard, complete with easy access to accounts, members-only apps, downloads, membership changes and renewals. A “Quick Links” section makes navigating the Red Apple Reading account easier than ever before.
Tammy Bennecke, president and founder of Red Apple Reading, notes that users have played an integral role in all the improvements made—and those still to come. She adds that, in addition to the changes in interface, interaction, and levels, customer comments have helped pave the way for the Red Apple Reading structure—especially the presence of free “Members Only” apps available through iTunes and Google Play.
“We are very happy with these developments and will continue to use customer feedback and newer technologies to drive the updates to the Red Apple Reading program,” Bennecke said.
And drive on Red Apple Reading will. Next up? The release of “Carnival Fun,” a pre-reading program for preschoolers. The release, slated for December, will make Red Apple Reading’s program beneficial for Pre-K through third grade learning levels.
Find out more about Red Apple Reading and try the first unit of both Park Planet and Island Adventures for free at: http://www.redapplereading.com/freeplay
About Red Apple Reading:
Red Apple Reading was founded in 2011 by educator Tammy Bennecke. With the aim of fulfilling their motto of being “a small company with a big heart,” Red Apple Reading is nearing completion of a full range of pre-kindergarten through third grade reading products, both online and as apps. Red Apple Reading also plans to expand into other subject areas as the company’s growth continues. Find out more about Red Apple Reading at http://www.RedAppleReading.com.