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We believe the advancements of technology should offer the opportunity for young minds to develop creatively and encourage the process of learning through imagination. With great pleasure, Offsiteteam Corp. has been working with Bebebe Co. to create and develop a series of educational apps for kids - Baby Learns project.

Baby Learns series is unique. It is a combination of complex and powerful functionality with user-friendly and easy to use interface.

Baby Learns Series are:

One of our goals was to make the apps available to a wide international audience through the concept of community voice-overs. The users have a unique opportunity to record custom voice-overs, set up a customized interface and create rich content with the app. The implementation of this concept involved the development of fully functional voice-over storage and processing, as well as the sharing between users, which was implemented via Amazon AWS-hosted web services.

Technology is our life's work, and we want to apply it to enhance the learning experience through fun and exploration. Developing new techniques for interactive learning - what could be more exciting or fulfilling than that?

Have a great idea for a kid-friendly app? Let us know! We will help you create a top-tier, next generation app of which you can be proud.

Client: Bebebe Co.

Site: www.babylearns.com

Technologies: Objective-C, Cocos2D, Box2D, C++, OpenGL, SQLite, CoreGraphics, GameKit

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