October 31, 2013 § Leave a Comment
The highly interactive and fun collection of apps includes restored classics to modern day bestselling stories from popular children authors – something for every child from ages 3-12.
Auryn Inc., the most award-winning publisher of premiere interactive children’s apps, today announces the release of 250 story apps for Windows 8 devices. With this announcement, Auryn’s children apps have further expanded its reach to their young readers as they are now available across the top three digital platforms including iOS, Android and now Windows 8.
Auryn’s collection of story apps on Windows 8, are engaging titles with beautiful illustrations and a good mix of classic and modern day bestselling stories that will stimulate young reader’s imagination introducing them to a wide range of story based experiences. All the apps come with interactive features such as Read To Me, Auto Read and Word Highlight to improve comprehension and reading skills.
Umesh Shukla, founder and CEO of Auryn, Inc., said, “Our release of 250 interactive and award winning children stories for Windows 8 is the greatest number of Auryn apps on any digital platform, and we are thrilled to be working with such a forward-thinking company.”
Apps are available on the Windows app store at http://bit.ly/AurynWin
May 15, 2013 § Leave a Comment
“Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.” — Emilie Buchwald
This Children’s Book Week Auryn invites you to enter our giveaway http://bit.ly/11mfBJ9 and win as many as SEVEN APPS (iPhone or iPad) and a Mimiki plush for your kids.
This means you can read ONE new book everyday for a week with your child and his new best friend Mimiki. We bet, they’ll be more than delighted to welcome their new best friend.
For more info, visit https://www.facebook.com/aurynapps
Alphabet Animals, Paper Dolls, From The Game! and More App Fun for Kids and Adults this Spring from Award-Winning Digital Publisher Auryn
March 27, 2013 § Leave a Comment
Auryn Inc. springs into action with world-renowned children’s authors and illustrators to expand library of storybook apps for children and sports fans photo sharing app this Spring on iPad and tablet devices.
Auryn Inc. the most award-winning digital publisher and creator of unprecedented children’s storybook apps for iPad and tablet devices, today brings more fun to reading and learning and another great way to enjoy your favorite sporting events with a fantastic line up of titles great for Spring time, including Alphabet Animals by Suse MacDonald, Breitville by Mary Engelbreit, Abby’s Aquarium Adventures, Part 2: Predators by Heidi de Maine, Some Day, Some Night by Jack Guinan and From the Game!, a photo sharing app for sports fans.
Each of these titles brings their own entertaining and educational experience:
- Alphabet Animals: Suse MacDonald, winner of Caldecott Honor, and Auryn recently released Alphabet Animals. In this app, animals – from an alligator to a zebra – take the shapes of all the letters in the alphabet. Each animal represents a different letter – but what could it be? To find the answer, children can tap on the animal to hear its name, tap to pull the card and hear the alphabet. This app is simple enough for children to learn their ABCs and expand their vocabulary while giving the visual treat of Suse MacDonald’s unique artwork. Available on iTunes now for $1.99 at http://bit.ly/XXmguu.
- Breitville: Mary Engelbreit, world-renowned artist and graphic illustrator, and Auryn teamed up with the new release of Breitville, a paper doll dress up and play app for the digital age. Classic paper dolls are back in digital form in Breitville, a virtual town, where hours of fun await youngsters and reminiscent adults who want to play dress up with paper dolls, decorate doll houses and record their own TV show, all in digital form on the iPad. Available on iTunes now for $3.99 at http://bit.ly/paperDoll.
- Abby’s Aquarium Adventures, Part 2: Predators: Children at younger age are more curious to find out about new animals and creatures. Abby’s Aquarium Adventures 2, introduces kids not only to sea predators, but also gives an insight into the world of people who work inside the aquarium. Useful facts and fun ‘quirks’ about each fish or sea animal is presented in a language that is easy to understand but also leaves space for more exploration. Available on iTunes now for $1.99 at http://bit.ly/102qRtA.
- Some Day, Some Night: Say goodnight to the precious little one in your life with the enchanting children’s bedtime storybook Some Day, Some Night. It’s a magical tale about a special day when the sun proclaimed, “I’d like to stay!” Stay up and not go to bed that is. But, with the help of his friends–the farmer, the birds, the rooster, the flowers, the wind and the moon and the stars, the sun learns that he too, like all good little boys and girls must go to sleep at night. Soothing rhymes, lush illustrations and themes of friendship, hope and love create the perfect environment for your child at bedtime. Available on iTunes now for $1.99 at http://bit.ly/X9SuUQ.
- From the Game!: The newest most exciting way to share images and videos from your favorite professional, college, high school or even recreational league games. Easily upload videos and pictures you take and share them with other fans. Just saw the best game of your life? Have the definitive panorama shot from your local stadium? Post your photos and videos and check to see who else has posted from that game. From the Game is the simplest way to connect with other fans, see their pictures and videos and share great moments caught while in the stands. No filters allowed, only great sport moments in their true glory. Available free on iTunes now at http://bit.ly/UKdf36.
“Spring brings National Reading Month and an overall renewed energy,” said Umesh Shukla, Founder and CCO of Auryn. “It’s Auryn’s goal is to bring the best in education and entertainment apps to children for hours and hours of enjoyment and learning. We are also excited to bring some fun photo sharing to adults with From the Game! All of these Spring titles are examples of Auryn’s dedication to making learning and life’s great moments more fun and memorable.”
About Auryn, Inc.
Founded by Academy award-winning visual effects experts from Hollywood’s top movie studios, Auryn Inc. is the most award-winning digital publisher of storybook and creative apps for the iPad, iPhone, Android and other tablet devices. Uniting leading technologists and creative artists, Auryn’s patented technology enables the company to produce ground-breaking interactive content for the new emerging tablet medium. Recognized by the Producers Guild of America and Variety magazine as the Digital 25 top innovator in Emerging Media and winner of more app awards than any other digital publisher, Auryn is paving the way in digital publishing and fast-becoming the leader in children’s storybook apps. For more on Auryn, visit http://auryn.tv/ and follow on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest at: https://www.facebook.com/aurynapps, http://www.twitter.com/AurynApps and http://pinterest.com/appsbyauryn/
March 12, 2013 § 1 Comment
Played and collected Paper Dolls in your childhood? Now is the time to share your favorite game with your kids, while keeping up with technology…paper Doll Dress Up app in now available on iPad!!!!
Now, award-winning app developer Auryn has worked with Mary Engelbreit to transform the classic game of dressing up paper dolls into a fun and interactive app that brings the dolls to life, even allowing you to ask them questions and record “shows” with them! Kids wouldn’t want to leave the iPad now.
Read what others are talking about the app:
It’s super interactive and brings the paper dolls to life. You can even ask them questions or record shows with them! – Child Mode.
Breitville stays true to the simple pleasure of the paper doll, while offering top-notch iOS integrations. – Pad Gadget
If you still haven’t tried “Breitville” you sure are missing something! Visit the Appstore today!
January 14, 2013 § Leave a Comment
“There are many little ways to enlarge your child’s world. Love of books is the best of all.”
~ Jacqueline Kennedy
Auryn proudly presents its Reader and subscription app: “Auracle”. Browse through Auryn’s Auracle library, try the Sample of the apps and buy those which interest you and your children.
Now you can also get an unlimited access to the library with Auracle’s subscription services, designed specially for parents and children who love to read NEW stories every time. Why waste time searching for new stories at the Appstore when you have loads of them in ONE reader app?
“The stories are downloaded to your iPad, so you can read them offline. And the company says that new stories will be added to the app regularly.” - AppsPlayground
The company, which has released lots of individual book-apps for iOS, now has a flagship iPad app called Auracle that gathers them together.” - The Appside
Make education fun with Auracle!!
December 14, 2012 § Leave a Comment
The Chalk Box Story by Don Freeman is being recognised as the app that encourages creativity in kids.
Read the reviews for The Chalk Box Story
“The Chalk Box story is the perfect app to get kids yearning to draw and use their imaginations to create something colorful” – Teachers With Apps in their app review.
“In addition to learning about colours, children will also be entranced by the part which they play in creating the book as the story emerges.” – Gill Robins for The Chalk Box Story in the app review.
“The drawings on each page is simply breathtakingly beautiful and cute!” - I’m a Full-time Mummy in the app review for The Chalk Box Story.
December 12, 2012 § Leave a Comment
Read what Carisa Kluver from Digital storytime has to say about Auryn’s latest launch – The Chalk Box Story by Don Freeman: http://digital-storytime.com/review.php?id=689
August 9, 2012 § Leave a Comment
Celebrating 104th birthday of a very well recognised painter, printmaker, author and illustrator of numerous children’s books – Don Freeman. Join us in the celebrations.
Get the classic Don Freeman story apps for your children at $.99 ONLY on August 11. Save $3 on each of the 5 apps:
1) Hattie – The Backstage Bat : When a new play opens at the Lyceum Theatre, Hattie, the caretaker’s pet bat, has to hide while the actors are rehearsing. In order not to scare anyone, the little bat who lived backstage stayed out of sight until opening night of the new mystery play. But as the play opens, she can’t resist the chance to join in the fun–and make a grand entrance as the play’s new star.
2) Flash the Dash: Don Freeman has written a beautiful and interesting story about two dachshunds and their lives. A story about how Flash starts working and taking care of his family to his mate’s surprise.
3) Inspector Peckit: A detective, who is also a Parisian pigeon, searches the city for a little girl’s lost purse only to discover it in a rather embarrassing place. Another of Mr. Freeman’s pigeons flying high and low, a bereted and eager Peckit (“at your beck and call”) flits from the rooftops of Paris, through the Luxembourg Gardens, to an awning at a sidewalk café, all in search of a little girl’s lost knit bag.
4) Chuggy and the Blue Caboose: Forgotten on a side-track at a busy railroad yard, a lonely little blue caboose made friends with a little old fashioned engine. When the big Streamliner got stuck in the snow, she reminded the switchman that the old snowplow engine could clear the track in time.
5) Cyrano The Crow: Cyrano is a master of bird imitations. When a talent show recruits him, he performs with professional flair, but is unable to fill the last requirement of his engagement: Cyrano cannot make a crow call. Or so he thinks as he goes squawking out of the television studio. Don Freeman acknowledges the role television plays in the child’s life and uses it as a device from which to spring his whimsical fantasy.
Jamie Lee Curtis releases her first interactive storybook app with Award-winning publisher Auryn, Inc.
July 12, 2012 § Leave a Comment
Beloved actress and bestselling children’s book author proudly presents her most cutting-edge and creative venture yet
Los Angeles, Calif., July 12, 2012 — Auryn, Inc., the most award-winning digital publisher of interactive children’s stories for the iPad and other tablet devices, today announced the launch of its newest title based on Where Do Balloons Go? by New York Times bestselling author and celebrated actress Jamie Lee Curtis. AURYN HD – WHERE DO BALLOONS GO? AN UPLIFTING MYSTERY marks Curtis’ debut into digital publishing.
Fans of all ages can explore the story like never before as it follows a little boy’s imaginative journey when he accidentally lets go of his balloon. AURYN HD – WHERE DO BALLOONS GO? AN UPLIFTING MYSTERY brings Jamie Lee Curtis’ gentle and humorous story and Laura Cornell’s illustrations to life, enhancing the experience of the original book and adding delightful interactive experiences that encourage children’s creativity to soar.
AURYN HD – WHERE DO BALLOONS GO? AN UPLIFTING MYSTERY for the iPad is now available on the App Store for $5.99 at http://bit.ly/whball.
“I am blown away, excuse the pun. I had no idea how exciting this new wave of publishing could be,” said Jamie Lee Curtis. “This is the most cutting edge and creative venture I have ever been involved with and I’m so pleased that it captures the inherent poignancy of the story of losing a balloon and all the emotions that it brings. I am so very proud to present this to the world.”
“We are big fans of Jamie Lee Curtis’ books and are thrilled that she chose Auryn as her partner in bringing this bestselling children’s title to an immersive, interactive format,” said Umesh Shukla, founder of Auryn. “We’re honored to have another bestselling author and celebrity select Auryn’s award-winning creative team and patented technology to launch a ground-breaking — or in this case, gravity-defying — storytelling experience.”
AURYN HD – WHERE DO BALLOONS GO? AN UPLIFTING MYSTERY offers a wide variety of delightful and engaging surprises, allowing readers to:
- Create an animated balloon movie in the Balloon Theater by building balloon characters (using their own photos), recording dialog and enacting scenes
- Create their own balloon animals: Auryn’s virtual physics engine gives users a realistic experience of this carnival favorite. After blowing on the iPad to “inflate” virtual balloons, users can then swipe to twist and turn them into fun shapes
- Have a giggle-fit listening to a funny “helium version” of their voice
- Send hand-written e-postcards to friends and family as they join the missing balloon on vacation
- Make over 200 balloons sway to the music at the “Big Balloon Dance”
- Use a virtual fan to blow the balloons around, connect-the-dots to create new constellations in space and much more
AURYN HD – WHERE DO BALLOONS GO? AN UPLIFTING MYSTERY helps build reading skills by offering children the following reading options:
- Listen to the story, narrated by Jamie Lee Curtis herself, while the text is displayed “Karaoke-style”
- Touch a word on the page to highlight it and hear it spoken aloud
For video of Jamie Lee Curtis describing her inspiration for the story visit http://bit.ly/vidbal and to see her demonstrate the app visit http://bit.ly/vibal2 or visit Auryn’s YouTube Channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/AurynInc.
About Jamie Lee Curtis
Jamie Lee Curtis is the bestselling author of numerous children’s books. This fall, Ms. Curtis will publish her 10th book, My Brave Year of Firsts. She has also published My Mommy Hung the Moon, Big Words for Little People, Is There Really A Human Race?, It’s Hard To Be Five, I’m Gonna Like Me, Where Do Balloons Go?, Today I Feel Silly and Other Moods That Make My Day, Tell Me Again About The Night I Was Born, and When I Was Little.
She is also a film actress with starring roles in such acclaimed films as You Again, Freaky Friday, True Lies, Trading Places and A Fish Called Wanda. In television, Ms. Curtis co-starred opposite Richard Lewis in the sitcom Anything But Love, as well as the title role in TNT’s adaptation of Wendy Wasserstein’s play, The Heidi Chronicles, and the CBS telefilm, Nicholas’ Gift.
Ms. Curtis is also an AIDS activist and has a deep and active connection to many children’s charities including, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.
About Auryn, Inc.
Founded by Academy award-winning visual effects experts from Hollywood’s top movie studios, Auryn Inc. is the most award-winning digital publisher of storybook apps for the iPad, iPhone, Android and other tablet devices. Uniting leading technologists and creative artists, Auryn’s patented technology enables the company to produce ground-breaking interactive content for the new emerging tablet medium. Recognized by the Producers Guild of America and Variety magazine as the Digital 25 top innovator in Emerging Media and winner of more app awards than any other digital publisher, Auryn is paving the way in digital publishing and fast-becoming the leader in children’s storybook apps. For more on Auryn, visit www.auryn.com and follow on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest at: www.facebook.com/appsbyauryn, www.twitter.com/AurynApps and http://pinterest.com/appsbyauryn/.
June 14, 2012 § Leave a Comment
We wish you all a very happy Father’s Day!“A Dad is someone who wants to catch you before you fall But instead picks you up, Brushes you off, and lets you try again! A Dad is someone who wants to keep you from making mistakes But instead lets you find your own way, Even though his heart breaks in silence when you get hurt! A Dad is someone who holds you when you cry, Scold you when you break the rules, Shines with pride when you succeed, And has faith in you even when you fail!”
Celebrate this special day with your kids, gift them new storybook apps. Inspire your kids to read more with Auryn’s Father’s Day Sale on June 17 Only. Avail all our apps at upto 50% Off.
Here’s a list of all Auryn apps, to help you prepare your wish – list:
|Aesop in Rhyme - Hare and Tortoise||http://bit.ly/f217ki|
|Aesop in Rhyme – Crow and Pitcher||http://bit.ly/on0H9p|
|Aesop in Rhyme – Lion and Mouse||http://bit.ly/nmz3jX|
|Edsel McFarlan’s New Car||http://bit.ly/lZpPm3|
|Tail Toes Eyes Ears Nose||http://bit.ly/qurnAf|
|4th of July||http://bit.ly/qBb886|
|Love You To the Moon and Back||http://bit.ly/pL7mlQ|
|Hurray for Pre-K!||http://bit.ly/nd289K|
|The Trees Grin Beside Me||http://bit.ly/naLQgE|
|Dr. Duncan Dog on Duty||http://bit.ly/qv8iEU|
|Red Riding Hood||http://bit.ly/rrhaa|
|Miko – Mom, Wakeup and Play||http://bit.ly/abamiko|
|Miko – Mom, It Was Me||http://bit.ly/amiko2|
|Miko – No Bath! No Way!||http://bit.ly/miko3|
|Miko – Double Birthday||http://bit.ly/amiko4|
|God’s Little Lamb||http://bit.ly/aurgll|
|Fruits for Little Lamb||http://bit.ly/fllaur|
|Hattie, The Backstage Bat||http://bit.ly/htbt1|
|Miko Wants a Dog||http://bit.ly/miko5a|
|Chinese New Year||http://bit.ly/y2NqBs|
|Miko Goes on Vacation||http://bit.ly/miko6a|
|Miko – Where is Mimiki||http://bit.ly/miko7a|
|Miko Moves Out||http://bit.ly/mikoa8|
|Shadow of Elves||http://bit.ly/shadoe|
|One Cold Night||http://bit.ly/abaocn|
|Randy Kazandy, Where are your Glasses?||http://bit.ly/randyk|
|Flash the Dash||http://bit.ly/ftdfre|
|The Perilous Pit||http://bit.ly/peripi|
|The Emperor’s Race||http://bit.ly/temrac|
|Since Lulu Learned the Cancan||http://bit.ly/luluhd|
|Sister Yessa’s Story||http://bit.ly/sisyes|
|Fanny McFancy – A Passion for Fashion||http://bit.ly/fanmcf|
|Chuggy and the Blue Caboose||http://bit.ly/chblue|
|Ling Ling Looked in the Mirror||http://bit.ly/lingmi|
|Trixie and Jinx||http://bit.ly/trjinx|
|Edsel McFarlan’s New Car||http://bit.ly/ipheds|
|Tail Toes Eyes Ears Nose||http://bit.ly/iphtte|
|Love You To the Moon and Back||http://bit.ly/iphlov|
|Hurray for Pre-K!||http://bit.ly/iphhur|
|The Trees Grin Beside Me||http://bit.ly/s7ja5S|
|Dr. Duncan Dog on Duty||http://bit.ly/iphdrd|
|Miko – Mom, Wakeup and Play||http://bit.ly/iphm1|
|Miko – Mom, It Was Me||http://bit.ly/iphm2|
|Miko – No Bath! No Way!||http://bit.ly/iphm3a|
|Miko – Double Birthday||http://bit.ly/iphmi4|
|I, Trixie Who Is Dog||http://bit.ly/iphtrx|
|God’s Little Lamb||http://bit.ly/iphgll|
|Fruits for Little Lamb||http://bit.ly/iphfll|
|Hattie, The Backstage Bat||http://bit.ly/iphhat|
|Miko Wants a Dog||http://bit.ly/mi5iph|
|Miko Goes on Vacation||http://bit.ly/iph6mi|
|Miko – Where is Mimiki||http://bit.ly/mi7iph|
|Miko Moves Out||http://bit.ly/iphmi8|
|One Cold Night||http://bit.ly/iphocn|
|Randy Kazandy, Where are your Glasses?||http://bit.ly/iphran|
|Flash the Dash||http://bit.ly/iphftd|
|The Perilous Pit||http://bit.ly/tppiph|
|The Emperor’s Race||http://bit.ly/iphter|
|Since Lulu Learned the Cancan||http://bit.ly/iplulu|
|Sister Yessa’s Story||http://bit.ly/iphsis|
|Fanny McFancy A Passion for Fashion||http://bit.ly/iphfmc|
|Chuggy and the Blue Caboose||http://bit.ly/iphchu|
|Ling Ling Looked in the Mirror||http://bit.ly/iphlin|
|Trixie and Jinx||http://bit.ly/trjxip|