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Katakune Super Flash Cards 1.0 for iPhone Has Released

Swag Soft LLP has released Katakune Super Flash Cards 1.0, a new iPhone app featuring a set of more than 170 beautifully rendered 3D graphics baby flash cards, designed to help babies and toddlers learn new words. Every flash card also comes with a voiceover to let young kids learn how to pronounce the corresponding featured item. Categories can be toggled on and off to design a child’s learning curriculum and an built-in testing feature allows kids to be tested on what they have learned.

Description

Singapore – Following their success with the ‘Sing with Olive’ nursery rhyme app, Swag Soft LLP from Singapore has released Katakune Super Flash Cards 1.0, a new iPhone app featuring a set of more than 170 beautifully rendered 3D graphics baby flash cards on the Apple iTunes store, designed to help babies and toddlers learn new words.

Featuring cartoon characters from the award-winning preschooler cartoon series Katakune, Katakune Super Flash Cards teaches babies and young kids more than 170 everyday commonly used words from different categories such as animals, clothing, colors, food, fruits, gadgets, nature, numbers, sports, space, vehicles and more through 3D rendered graphics.

Using more than 4 months for production, award-winning animation studio MediaFreaks designed the graphics featured on this app. Parents and kids will be delighted by the colourful and detailed artwork. An early tester had this to say about the flash cards – “This is definitely the most comprehensive and beautiful set of Flash Cards ever made! Most other flash card apps simply pale in comparison!”

A reviewer from Apps Playground said, “What I like about this app is the graphics, which are beautiful in comparison to some of the low-budget rivals.”

Besides the large number of words being taught, every flash card also comes with a voiceover to let young kids learn how to pronounce the corresponding featured item. Categories can be toggled on and off to design a child’s learning curriculum and an inbuilt testing feature allows kids to be tested on what they have learned.

Aldric Chang – Executive Producer for Swag Soft and Creator of the award-winning Travels of Wiglington and Wenks Virtual World – says, “Like all the products my colleagues and I have created, we have put in a great deal of effort to make Katakune Super Flash Cards the best product of its kind. I am certain parents will find great pleasure in seeing their young ones learn so many new words through such an enjoyable and fun app.”

About Katakune:
Katakune is an award-winning 3D cartoon series for preschoolers featuring a cute silkworm and his group of colorful friends from Tazzle Land.

About Aldric Chang:
Aldric Chang is the founder of award-winning animation studio MediaFreaks and a creative entrepreneur with business interests in virtual worlds, mobile apps, animation, cartoons, interactive digital media, internet marketing, web 2.0 and music. He is also the Creator of award-winning virtual world for kids – The Travels of Wiglington and Wenks.

Features

– Added theme song when loading.
– Fixed image issues when loading from iPad.
– Categories of “Gadget” and “Things in the House” now appears correctly.
– Added Correct and Wrong sound effects to improve on user experience.
– General UI improvement fixes.

Device Requirements:

* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.0 or later (iOS 4.0 Tested)
* 29.4 MB

Pricing and Availability:

For a limited time, Katakune Super Flash Cards 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category. Katakune Super Flash Cards is a steal for the exceptional educational value and high quality graphics it provides. The iPad version will also be available soon in the iTunes store.

Some screenshots are given below.

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