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Creators of Top Ranked YouTube Channel ChuChu TV, ChuChuTV Studios, Launch New App "ChuChu Puzzle"
By Mark Johnson on August 23, 2016
Creators of Top Ranked YouTube Channel ChuChu TV, ChuChuTV Studios, Launch New App "ChuChu Puzzle"
By Mark Johnson on August 23, 2016

myChuChu Puzzle by ChuChuTV Studios is a no-cost iPad and iPad mini app in which kids create puzzles that feature friendly characters and familiar shapes from different nursery rhymes. The app also helps kids build their cognitive skills, visual spatial skills, tactile skills, fine motor skills, pronunciation skills, shape recognition abilities, and vocabulary.

 

Just over a month after launching myChuChu Coloring Book, the first companion app to their top ranked YouTube Channel ChuChu TV (over 1 million subscribers and over 1 billion views), ChuChuTV Studios has released a delightful new follow-up app that is sure to delight youngsters and parents alike: myChuChu Puzzle.

myChuChu Puzzle is a no-cost iPad and iPad mini app in which kids slide and snap puzzle pieces into their proper places, in order to create vividly colorful puzzles that feature friendly characters and familiar shapes from three different nursery rhymes. In total, there are 15 charming levels, and more than 50 unique objects and characters for kids to identify.

 

However, what makes myChuChu Puzzle truly stand out is that it’s not merely entertaining: it’s also educational. To that end, while they’re having fun, kids are building and practicing their cognitive skills, visual spatial skills, tactile skills, and fine motor skills. In addition, the app’s built-in voiceover teaches kids shape recognition, builds vocabulary, and develops pronunciation ability.

 

“The myChuChu concept has always been to create super fun and interactive experiences for kids that are entertaining, but that also deliver valuable educational lessons and processes that help young minds develop and grow,” commented Vinoth Chandar of ChuChuTV Studios “myChuChu Puzzle is a perfect example of our vision, and the feedback we’ve received so far from parents has been unanimously positive. Their kids love the app and can’t get enough!”

 

myChuChu Puzzle is available now at no-cost for iPad and iPad mini from the App Store at http://blip.tv/dailyappshow/mychuchu-puzzle-ipad-app-demo-dailyappshow-7188475. An iPhone version is currently in development and will be released in the near future.

 

Additional app information, including screenshots, is available at: http://www.chuchutv.com/.

 

About ChuChuTV Studios
The ChuChu TV YouTube Channel is the property of ChuChu TV Studios, a media firm based in Chennai, India. The channel’s mission is to connect with children throughout the world with colorful, upbeat songs, each one featuring a memorable cast of ChuChu characters.

 

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