New Educational Apps from Britannica Kids!

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Date: January 27, 2011 Review by: SBurton

Seller: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc

This is the video showcasing some of the benefits of using Britannica apps! 😀

If your kids love playing with your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, then why not impress them by downloading the latest Solar System app from Encyclopaedia Britannica. As well as having a slick interface and high-resolution graphics that is ideal for the iPhone 4 retina display, the new Solar System app contains fantastic videos and animations from the historic Moon landing in 1969 to the birth of a planetary system.

The company famous for educational products has launched a series of apps, which will keep children busy for hours on end. Each one is a fantastic tool to help kids get their homework and projects done.

Created with children aged 8-12 in mind, each app is themed around an individual national curriculum topic. Parents can be assured that the apps are appropriate and safe for children to use and are packed full of Britannica facts and content. They also contain a mass of interactive features such as maps, games, quizzes, puzzles, videos and memory tests.

Apps currently available in the series – Volcanoes, Dinosaurs, Ancient Egypt and now Solar Systems – are available to download for the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch now, with new titles including; Rainforests, Ancient Rome and Knights and Castles – coming soon. For more information go to: www.britannica.co.uk/apps or go to the iTunes Store and search ‘Britannica’ to download the apps before handing over your device to your kids and letting the fun commence!


Category: Education
Type: Universal App
Seller: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc

Price for iPhone: $3.99 (As of: January 27, 2011 Report)
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Price for iPad: $3.99 (As of: January 27, 2011 Report)



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  • mizzmozzy

    My kids love these apps, they already have the Dinosaurs and Ancient Egypt and had to have the Solar System one too!

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