SoftwareInternational Children’s Digital Library application for iPhone entertains children with new stories

International Children’s Digital Library application for iPhone entertains children with new stories

iPhone, ICDL Application

The International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL), which is the world’s largest collection of children’s literature, has released ICDL application for iPhone kid’s owners, with support from Zumobi and the University of Maryland’s Human-Computer Interaction Lab. It’s going to be available for free at the Apple’s App store. Using an iPhone will surely bring pleasure to children after taking a full advantage of the ICDL application.

The iPhone integrates a selection of books from their master collections. There are thousands of children’s stories from sixty different countries which are made available in English and other native languages. The ICDL application for iPhone incorporates ICDL’s Clear Text Technology which enables the iPhone users to read stories more clearly with attractive images which may interest the kids on reading the stories. The application will be updated regularly as more stories are made available.

The ICDL application syncs through Wi-Fi and enables the user to download the latest children’s books directly to the device, so that it can be accessed offline some time later. The application is compatible with any iPhone with operating system version 2.0.

“Our ICDL for iPhone application is incredibly exciting for us because it provides such broad access to our wonderful parent-friendly content, “noted Tim Browne, Executive Director of the International Children’s Digital Library Foundation. “Thanks to Zumobi and its wildly attractive platform, we see this as a perfect way to deliver children’s educational and cultural content to the ever growing world of Apple iPhone users. Honestly, we hope it brings in a whole new group of ICDL supporters, who cannot resist becoming first time donors!”

Few other additional features included in the ICDL application for iPhone are as follows:

  • The application provides offline reading. The users can read over from 3000 titles in 48 languages from 60 different countries.
  • iPhone makes navigation very simple. The users can view books with engaging animations quickly and easily.
  • The iPhone’s auto-rotation feature enables the user to view one or two pages with clear text.
  • Do not miss this outrageous entertaining and educational ICDL application for iPhone which is available for free at the Apple’s App stores.

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