Springfield, MA, December 20, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The app was developed by the mobile application company to help educate children while entertaining and stimulating their aural and visual senses simultaneously. It is widely known that hearing is the first sense to fully develop in children. RemyLearnsSounds is an excellent tool to use in fostering this development.
The app plays sounds while displaying matching images, teaching children to associate the sounds with the appropriate object. For example, they might hear a dog barking while looking at a photograph of a puppy, or hear a guitar strumming while seeing the instrument onscreen.
“Kids learn best through visual stimulation and entertaining methods that keep them engaged,” explains Zachary Lamour, president of T3K Dad, Inc. “The interface of this app is very straightforward and the images are larger than life, so it really appeals to children and captures their attention.”
There is no need for parents to be concerned about the quality of their child’s entertainment - with RemyLearnsSounds children can have fun and learn skills critical to their early development.
The iOS app can be used on an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and costs just $1.99 in the App Store. It requires 13.4 MB of space.
For more information, visit http://www.myappwebsite.com/remylearnssounds.