San Jose, California – Technology (Spl) Education is having an Appy Apps for Autism Event, high-lighting huge app sales, free apps, as well as an opportunity for parents, professionals, and educators to learn more about great apps for Autism. Many developers, with an enormous number of apps, will be participating in Technology (Spl) Education’s Appy Apps for Autism Event on April 2nd, 2014.
This event is one in a series of Appy Events that Technology (Spl) Education organizes on Facebook. This event was organized specifically to help parents and professional to discover new apps for autism, learn more about these apps, and Influence apps in special education with emphasis on Autism. Technology in (SPL) education is the home of “Apps for IEP Goals/Skills”. This is the most popular page on our website. Technology in (SPL) education built a new site fully dedicated to autism called “Apps for Autism” where parents can view a large number of apps for autism suggested by our over 50K Friends on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Who: Technology in (Spl) Education Educator APPy Event is sponsored by Mobile Education Store and Hamaguchi Apps who both provide top Special needs educational apps.
When: April 2nd, 2014
Mush Dev Studio, 123 Kids Fun Apps, IGetItApps, TapTapToink, Close 2 Home Apps, LLC, Mobile Education Store LLC, BrightStart LLC, TalkTime Pediatric Speech Academy, Story Bayou, Inc., Hamaguchi Apps for Speech, Language & Auditory Development.
The AppyMall is the ultimate online destination for parents and educators to find the best educational iOS apps for children. Developed by the creator of the Technology in Education website with a popular Facebook community of over 20K active fans, AppyMall was designed to address the increasing App Store search and discovery problem for schools and parents. With AppyMall, consumers will be able to shop in 5 anchor stores that will organize book, game, and educational apps by the grade levels and categories. Copyright (C) 2014 AppyMall. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.