Wednesday, November 27, 2013

AniMoby Officially Released to Google Play Store

Appsis Tecnologia announced yesterday the official release of edtech app AniMoby to the Google Play Store for Android-powered tablets.

Only AniMoby Standard (the free version) is available in the Google Play Store, according to Kaio Soares, AniMoby's head Android developer. 

AniMoby has already received great success with their version for iPads that is available in the iTunes App Store. The app has been downloaded by more than 25,000 users from throughout the world. 

"I have heard from thousands of teachers, from Thailand to Texas, who have used AniMoby as part of a successful integration of technology to their classroom," Koyanagi said. "Technology has changed so much in our lives already, and it is finally making headways into education - making the way we teach and learn more effective and efficient, so we can do more with less time.

"We know our release to the Google Play Store will only encourage more edtech integration," Koyanagi added. "We are very happy to be part of this education revolution."

The education-focused app provides an interactive whiteboard, sound/voice recording capabilities, and access to a variety of design tools (paint, draw, insert photos and text, etc.). 

These tools allow teachers to use the app to make lessons that can be uploaded to the AniMoby website, and from there, students can view the lessons anytime/anywhere with any computer or mobile device with internet access.

AniMoby features a large education-focused clip art library designed to help teachers make lessons. Using AniMoby, PowerPoint presentations can be uploaded to the app where voice and design tools can be added to the slides (find out how by clicking here). 

AniMoby is the perfect app for teachers who are interested in using class flipping techniques, and the AniMoby staff is currently busy introducing the class flip methodology to teachers in Brazil.

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