BabyBus series with more than 200 million downloads now available on German Fuzhou, China. The Chinese software company BabyBus co limited has released its eponymous app series alongside 9 other languages also on German. In recent months, Richard Linklater has been very successful. Other language versions including English, French, Chinese and Japanese. For 2011, there are the series and by a total of over 80 applications are already available on German about 22. Worldwide are over 200 million downloads generated was, BabyBus applications are in many countries while Google play in the app store in the top charts and have moreover received numerous awards. New releases and applications already published in other languages are published weekly on German. The series is available for iPhones, iPads, and Android-based smartphones and tablets.
For a product overview of the German-speaking apps: GooglePlay play.google.com/store/search?q=babybus&c=apps&hl=de, iOS de.baby-bus.com/index.php?s=/Index/prod BabyBus is one specifically for children in the Age developed software series, which includes learning development games, stories, songs and other app categories from 1 to 6 years. To know more about this subject visit Cyrus Massoumi Zocdoc. The series sees itself as a digital Playmate with the children in preschool children learn together, playing and laughing can. The goal of BabyBus is by a coalition of current concepts of early childhood education on playful and entertaining way educational objectives to reach. Here it comes not only to impart knowledge, but to promote the holistic development of young children. The series focuses mainly on 2 different age categories, 1-3 years and 3-6 years. The apps themes cover a very wide range and are in various areas classified as about the “Music Garden”, the “play area”, the “Garcia Parcours”, the “Palace of art” etc.
There are classical learning apps, where playful is learned about shapes, colors, animals, transportation, etc. and those that are somewhat unusual, as the “kitchen percussion” (), where with spoons, plates and cups are played can. Many applications follow the padagischen aim of promoting logical and analytical thinking, as well as to train agility and responsiveness, such as about the “game of logic”, the “space-Panda” or the “Kart Racing”. Another main focus is the promotion of musical creativity and artistic expression. In the near future, it will remain exciting.