Blog Archives: March 2014

Brain Parade Interviewed on TeacherCast.net

On Friday, Stephanie O’Brien and I had the pleasure of speaking with Jeff Bradbury at TeacherCast.net and participating in his latest podcast recording. For those of you who are not familiar with the term podcast, it’s essentially a recorded radio program that you download from iTunes the same way you download a song. You.... Read More > >

Return the Special Education Category to iTunes!

When Apple launched the iPad2 they showed a video of special needs children using and benefitting from the technology (see excerpt of the video here). Shortly afterwards, Apple had a Special Education Category on the front page of the iTunes App Store. It disappeared in April 2011 and hasn’t been seen since. You can.... Read More > >

Two New User Requested Libraries Released

Tell us what you want and we’ll deliver! A few weeks ago we asked our users what libraries they’d like to see us develop next. In response we released Vehicles last week and First 100 Words just today! First 100 Words is on sale for $1.99 USD through July 20th after which it will.... Read More > >

Making a Difference with Gary James and A4CWSN

Be sure to click the link to the “blog hop” at the bottom of this post to see others who are blogging about Gary and A4CWSN. When I started Brain Parade I had a few simple goals in mind. During my career I’ve worked at large, multi-national companies like GE and Accenture, and at.... Read More > >

$0.99 libraries all weekend long !!

Celebrate with Brain Parade In the U.S. we’re celebrating Independence day In Canada, they’re celebrating Canada Day. At Brain Parade we’re celebrating . . . . . . well, we’re just celebrating! We’ve reduced the price of all of our libraries to $0.99 USD July 2nd – July 4th. Our Light It Up Blue.... Read More > >

Brain Power – Brain Parade founder discusses company’s success

  Brain Parade founder Jim McClafferty had an opportunity to speak with Ryan Doran at Westfair Online recently about Brain Parade, Apple, and developing apps for special needs children. The full text of the article can be found online here. See.Touch.Learn.™ was chosen by Apple as one of just eight educational apps to be.... Read More > >