The National Literacy Trust launches a website to help parents and teachers get the most out of apps. by James Huggins

We worked with the National Literacy Trust to develop an online resource and framework to highlight the very best apps that support language and literacy development. Working in collaboration with Natalia Kucirkova from the Open University, the National Literacy Trust developed a framework for reviewing apps based on a number of criteria that focus on the potential for language and literacy development.

The Literacy Apps Guide is an online resource that explains how parents and teachers can apply this framework themselves as well as providing more than a hundred app reviews at launch

Our latest app Boredom Busters is now live! by James Huggins

Over the last 6 months we've been working with the fabulous folk at Play Scotland, a charity that champions the rights of Scottish children and families to play. They wanted an app  that would tap into children's screen time and ever popular YouTube habits to allow them to inspire each other with new and innovative ways to play.

The result is Boredom Busters, a free app that lets you create and upload videos that show the world all the crazy, fun or downright silly things you do to keep boredom at bay.

Millie Moreorless launches with a blast in time for World Down Syndrome Day by James Huggins

Millie Moreorless is an app to help children with Down's Syndrome grasp fundamental maths concepts. We were thrilled to be a part of the project thanks to Enabling Play and are even happier to see it being so well received as it launched in time for World Down Syndrome Day.

With a headline feature from Apple in the iTunes app store (pictured) and an Editor's Choice pick from the Children's Technology Review, we're confident that Millie Moreorless' adventures are only just beginning...