Thousands of children worldwide are set to benefit from a new educational mobile application released on iTunes.
The Ancient Rome app developed by Encyclopædia Britannica is aimed at children aged 8 – 12 and contains all of Britannica’s exclusive curriculum-based content, specifically designed to help them with homework, projects and exams.
Priced at £4.99, the app is packed with facts, interactive features and games, bringing the Ancient Romans to life, at the touch of a button.
The app also includes exclusive content on:
The rise of Rome
The Roman Republic
The Roman Empire
Art and Architecture
Available for download on iPod, iPhone and iPad, parents can be assured that the content is fully age-appropriate and completely safe for their children to use.
Ian Grant, Managing Director of Encyclopædia Britannica UK said: “Educational apps are proving increasingly popular for both parents and children when learning about new and exciting topics. We’re finding that for many families, these apps are quickly becoming essential learning tools in helping their children complete their homework or research projects. We’re excited to release Ancient Romans as part of Britannica’s on-going commitment to providing expert and reliable content for all of our users. ”
Ancient Rome is the latest in a series of informative and educational mobile apps developed by Britannica. Other titles in the series include:
Solar Systems and Rainforests
Knights and Castles (released in March)