Atlanta, GA, April 22, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Zyrobotics, a leading assistive technology company has received the Editor’s Choice Award from Family Review Center for their most recent app OctoPlus. According to the review, Zyrobotics has a “winner on their hands” with OctoPlus, an interactive game that teaches and reinforces key math skills.
For over 14 years, Family Review Center has provided families with the most impressive and current family-friendly products on the market. OctoPlus is recognized by Family Review Center for a “carefully designed program for any child struggling with math.”
By fusing math into an interactive gaming environment, OctoPlus is a game that builds mathematical confidence and comprehension. As children embark on an underwater adventure, they battle turtles using their math addition skills to score points. Its customizable features allow for individualized learning and its switch-accessibility enables children with special needs to play as well. OctoPlus is designed to enhance motor skills for young children and kids with motor or cognitive delays. It can also improve visual attention, timing, coordination and control.
Zyrobotics is extremely thankful for this honor and will continue to pursue their mission of providing freedom through technology. By offering a quality product and educational value at a great price, OctoPlus has gained the seal of approval from Family Review Center Magazine.
App Page: http://zyrobotics.com/octoplusthegame/
Zyrobotics, LLC is an inclusive technology company that was conceived in the summer of 2012 and officially incorporated in 2013 as a Georgia Tech Venturelab spin-off company. Our mission is to enable freedom through technology by developing products that are adaptive to each individual's capabilities. For children, our products uniquely focus on accessible play. Zyrobotics' first product offerings include accessible interfaces and smart toys, socially assistive robots, and a suite of educational apps that are specially designed to enable educational and accessible play.