Kingston, Massachusetts – Independent developer, Jonathan Mulcahy, today introduces Trace Your Name 1.0 for iOS, the first iPad app dedicated to teaching children how to write their name. In Trace Your Name your child can enter their name, and trace the day away.
Trace Your Name is geared towards children just learning to write their name. It allows them to trace their name over and over again without wasting paper. In Trace Your Name you can also practice writing the alphabet and numbers!
Trace Your Name allows you to store up to five names or words. You can change or remove those words at any time. Children can learn how to trace their name, individual letters of the alphabet or numbers!
Once your child has traced their name or the word on the screen, you can hide the guide letters and see how they did. As they get more advanced, you can switch off the letter arrows and just show the letter itself.
Trace Your Name is also coming to the Kindle Fire and Nook devices.
* Store up to 5 different names
* Practice tracing your name
* Practice tracing the alphabet
* Practice tracing numbers
* Show or hide letter guides
* Three different colors of chalk
* Uses D’Nealian styled font
* Beautiful Chalkboard styled Retina Graphics
* Requires iPad with iOS 4.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Trace Your Name 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category.
Jonathan Mulcahy is an independent software developer living 30 minutes south of Boston, MA. Previously released games include Monster Matcher, A Long Way Home and Owls. When not developing mobile Games, he spends his time at home with his Wife and Daughter. Copyright (C) 2012 Jonathan Mulcahy. 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.