Happi Papi Gives Away Their Apps to Educators

Posted by Kevin Stout on April 5th, 2012

Happi Papi, developer of education apps for kids, has recently started an App Evaluation Program for Schools where the developer makes Happi Papi apps available to educators for free. Interested educators can sign up for the program here.

Happi Papi has already started releasing free apps for the program. Over 100 schools have already received their first promo code links to Happi 123, the first game available for the program.

Happi Papi is an active member of the Moms With Apps (MWA) forum of family developers. Five other developers have joined the program created by Happi Papi. All developers in the program share the common vision of creating children’s apps without ads, in-app purchases, or links.

Happi Papi is a joint venture of two dads creating quality apps for children. They call their apps “edutainment.” They create learning environments for children between the ages of 2 and 8 that are both educational and fun. Happi Papi apps include Happi 123, Happi Spells, and Happi Reads.