Popular Kids’ Math App is Featured on Dubai TV Leading Technology Show
McLean, Virginia – Alam Alia, a leading technology program on Dubai TV, features popular math game NxtApp 4 Kids in a special episode. The episode discusses the importance of spending summer vacation productively through apps and social media. NxtApp 4 Kids is a number sequencing game that sharpens kids’ mental math skills in a fun-filled atmosphere. It is farm-themed with engaging barnyard animals holding banners with sequences. NxtApp 4 Kids, compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, has been gaining popularity since its launch in June 2011.
Alia, Assistant Producer and Presenter, says “NxtApp 4 Kids will get you addicted to your iPad and is ideal for exercising kids’ minds while maintaining the element of fun. Kids will especially like the competitive feel of the game when vying to reach the top of its global leaderboards.”
The app includes five skill levels which range from simple counting in Stage 1 (6, 7, 8, ?) to the far-more advanced Stage 5 (6, 14, 22, ?). Children must use addition and subtraction to get through the five levels. Each section has 10 questions and the player’s time is recorded so they can try to beat their high score the next time they play. The app is also Gamecenter connected so that a child/parent can see how the top scores compare to others.
NxtApp 4 Kids is available at 50% sale to celebrate its recent launch.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.2 or later
* 10.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
NxtApp 4 Kids 1.0 is only $0.99 (USD) for a limited time (or equivalent amount in other currencies) worldwide, exclusively through the App Store in the Game and Education categories.
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