Eco-conscious parents have a new way to educate their children with Encyclopedia Britannica’s new iPhone app. The lastest app released from Encyclopedia Britannica – called “Rainforests” – is designed for children between the ages of 8 and 14. Available for $4.99, the product is marketed as a handy go-to educational, yet entertaining solution for traveling.
Included in the app are several features like photos and video of unique animals, scientifically accurate articles, and quizzes. Also of note are the interactive games, like photographic memory matches, digital jigsaw puzzles, and an interactive map that allows kids to see where the closest rainforest is located in relation to the phone’s position.
Other interesting features include a navigation wheel at the bottom of the screen for easier content browsing as well as the fact that users can also share their app progress on Facebook and Twitter.
This educational entertainment tool was developed by Concentric Sky. The Eugene, Oregon development company has also developed a solution for ZooBorns that features pictures of exotic baby animals from all over the world, and NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day.