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Extentia launches its first iPhone application: iWordCards

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Extentia Information Technology announced the launch of its first iPhone application: iWordCards.

Extentia Information Technology announced the launch of its first iPhone application: iWordCards.

19 May, Pune, India: Extentia Information Technology today announced the launch of its first iPhone application: iWordCards.

iWordCards is an iPhone/iPod Touch application designed for those learning to read and those wanting to expand their vocabulary and reading speed. The simple-to-use interface is suitable for children and adults alike, and enables learners to get started quickly.

There are two main versions of the application: iWordCards Lite (a free version) and iWordCards Max (a paid-for version).

iWordCards Lite includes a word list with 20,000 standard English words. These words are displayed on screen for a user-selectable period of time on screen, helping learners to build vocabulary. Customization options enable users to adjust the maximum length of displayed words, as well as the application look and feel.

iWordCards Max also includes a number of extra features, including support for additional word lists, anagrams, ‘jumbled’ words, individual learner profiles and web integration for dictionary definitions.

In contrast to many iPhone applications, iWordCards serves an educational purpose in addition to being entertaining. Expert English trainer Farhad Desai (from www.expertenglishteacher.com) explains: “The App Store includes a lot of novelty applications. That’s fine, but iWordCards is genuinely useful. The iPhone has massive potential as an educational tool – and here is an application that realizes that potential.”

Extentia already has significant experience in developing mobile applications for a range of platforms. However, this is the first time that the company has released software for the iPhone.

In order to add the application to the official iPhone App Store, Extentia had to pass Apple’s strict quality control provisions.

“This is just the first of many iPhone applications”, Extentia director Umeed Kothavala revealed. “We already have more applications in the pipeline. We’re really excited to be working in this sector.”

The product is available now from the Apple App Store:
http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=311463649&mt=8

Established in 1998, Extentia is a global software development and consulting organization delivering IT solutions to clients throughout Europe and North America.

With strong technical skills both on Microsoft and Java platforms, Extentia is committed to delivering high quality, information technology solutions. The company focuses on providing global solutions, and addresses the needs of corporations and software development companies requiring Internet, web-based and client-server solutions based on industry standards and emerging technologies.

Extentia Information Technology
Lane E, North Main Road
Koregaon Park, Pune 411001
INDIA
Tel: +91-20-26154811, +91-20-26155507
Fax: +91-20-26153104

Abhinav Kottalgi
Business Partnership Manager
http://www.extentia.com/
info@extentia.com

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