Press Releases

May 25, 2012 08:53 EDT Happi Papi New childrens iPad app recreates driving experience to make any child feel like a real Fireman, Race car driver, Pilot or Submarine captain.

May 09, 2012 11:06 EDT Happi Papi Recently six app developers from different parts of the world joined forces in an App Evaluation Program for Schools. The program will provide educators everywhere with free quality learning apps for the iPad platform. So far, more than 300 teachers from four continents have taken the opportunity to sign up.

Apr 23, 2012 13:15 EDT Happi Papi Since the launch of its free App Evaluation Program for Schools a few months ago, Happi Papi has seen more than 250 teachers sign up to test its new apps for free. Every time Happi Papi releases a new app, teachers in the program get a personalized download link sent to them in an email without any obligations on their part.

Mar 15, 2012 09:12 EDT Happi Papi Use your fingers to practice math. It’s the natural way and you always have them with you, says Happi Papi makers of the popular Happi suite of learning apps. The app maker today extends its popular line of learning games for smartphones and tablets with Happi 123 - a math game where kids age 4-8 can practice everything from counting and addition to number series and pattern recognition.

Jan 09, 2012 12:03 EST Happi Papi Developer of children’s learning apps, Happi Papi, today announces the general launch of a free, no obligation, evaluation program for schools all over the world. Interested schools that are using iPads (or iPods/iPhones) in the classroom can sign up at Happi Papi’s website.

Dec 28, 2011 13:40 EST Happi Papi The new Nook Color my be the serious readers’ choice but what about his or her kids? After all, they are the serious readers of tomorrow. Why not introduce them to reading and the Nook Color already as kids? Not a bad idea says Happi Papi, a kids app development company out of Sarasota, Florida.

Dec 22, 2011 17:59 EST Happi Papi Independent app developer Happi Papi is committed to all the major app platforms. It released its first app, Happi Reads, on Android early on but sales were weak. However, that is all in the past now. Since Amazon's release of Kindle Fire sales are booming. Being an early adopter of the Kindle Fire platform has been one of our best business decisions so far, says Patrick Larson of Happi Papi.

Oct 13, 2011 06:00 EDT Happi Papi Happi Papi today announces the release of Happi Spells for iPhone and iPad. The game is a sequel to Happi Reads which has topped the lists in several countries throughout the summer. - Our first game Happi Reads has quickly become a favorite among schools who use iPads in the classroom. Happi Spells is even more of a school age type of app than its predecessor, says Patrick Larson of Happi Papi.