NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jan 21, 2016) - Counting Parrots, a new educational math app for kids by Yingele, announces today its launch in the United States which will include an online social media campaign by mother bloggers. The app teaches toddlers all the arithmetical foundations they need to know for kindergarten and first grade, through colorful, engaging parrots games. The app is now available for download with two versions: Free and extended for $5.99 on the App Store, Google Play and Amazon.

Yingele CEO, Yosi Bloomshtein, noted, "As a parent and a professional in this industry, I'm extremely excited to launch Counting Parrots Game after an extensive process. I've designed this game for our kids, with lots of care for their development and entertainment. Counting Parrots provide toddlers with the mathematical foundation they need on the one hand, and parents with safe, non-advertisement and well thought over app on the other hand, that will give them peace of mind while their kids are playing with it."

Counting Parrots Game provides a fun, entertaining rudimentary mathematics learning experience for children ages 3-7. Children learn to count, associate numbers with quantities, practice patterns and grouping, understand simple equations, and strengthen fine motor skills and memory. The children have a goal -- they must teach the parrots to fly. They share the success with animated celebrations that let the children know they have "won" the game. Each time the children play, they get a different combination of experiences, and the games increases in difficulty as they progress through the series.

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About Yingele
Yingele is a company who specializes in creating early childhood educational games, amongst the "Counting Parrots" game, with 25 years of global experience. Its approach is firmly rooted in the philosophy that creating a fun environment is the first step in sharing the joy of learning. All of Yingele's products are based on the latest educational and psychological research on the acquisition and development of language and numerical skills. Yingele founders, Joseph Bloomshtein and Michael Becker, bring years of experience creating dynamic game-based learning to their apps. Bloomshtein developed numerous educational games, including some for the Sesame Street workshop. Becker is a professor of linguistics at SUNY Stony Brook and earned his PhD from Harvard University.

Contact Information:

Company Contact
Yosi Bloomshtein

Media / PR Contact:
Matthew Bird
+1 (800) 872-6185