(Communicated) - In the context of the pandemic and the growing demand for digital tools, Appligogics improved its applications Madame Mo and Words without ailments and created a new platform that facilitates remote work.
The new support portal
Appligogiques has developed a portal that allows education professionals to assign licenses to students, to create a group or a class and to follow their progress. Everyone's results are now logged in one place that can be viewed online. So whether students are working from school or home, the results are available at all times.
Madame Mo now in English and soon in Spanish
Madam Word was born and offers its services to English language speakers. In addition, a team of international speech therapists is working on the Spanish adaptation. Señora Palabra will therefore be available very soon. All three languages are available on the same license. Despite this improvement in the offer, the application remains at the same price.
Words without pain revised and improved
The application Words without ailments has been updated to give it a new, simpler and more intuitive graphical user interface. The contents of the application have been improved, in particular by the addition of Words Without Worries, the English version of the application. As for Madame Mo, the Spanish version, Palabra sin Problemas, will be released in early 2021.
Applications now sold as licenses
Appligogiques now offers its applications in the form of an annual license to educational institutions. Pricing is based on the number of students. This new formula allows all students to use the application at the same time and not alternately as the applications were originally designed.
advice : To take advantage of the new features, make sure you have the latest version of each application by making the available updates.
Appligogics (APPLIcations + EDUCATIONAL) develop edutainment applications for children aged 5 to 12 for learning to read and write. These applications are designed from scientific research on phonological awareness. They allow young people to get ahead, consolidate achievements or work on specific difficulties.