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New reading technology lets parents tell stories to their children from across the world

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A new iPad and iPhone technology allows parents to read a bedtime story to their children even if they are away in a different country. Nursery Rhymes with StoryTime is the first interactive book to feature the new StoryTime technology — a system that turns any two iPads or iPhones into remote-reading devices. The new technology means parents will never miss bedtime again, no matter where they are on the planet.

“In a frantic modern world where business trips, expeditions and sometime separations draw parents further from their children, Nursery Rhymes with StoryTime brings them back together. This is the first true revolution in bedtime stories for over five hundred years,” says Chris Stevens, CEO Atomic Antelope.

“Nursery Rhymes with StoryTime is without a shadow of a doubt the most wonderful interactive publishing ever seen on the iPad.” – mills, ustwo co-founder

The app is a collaboration between Atomic Antelope, creator of last year’s smash-hit Alice for the iPad app, and ustwo, creator of the brilliant MouthOff and Granimator apps. Nursery Rhymes is available to download now on the App Store.

Children can play with Humpty Dumpty, Jack & Jill, Three Blind Mice and many other classic nursery rhyme characters, either on their own, or with an adult reading to them from anywhere in the world. The book has wonderful potential for strengthening future relationships between parent and child. Nursery Rhymes with StoryTime is a feast for the head and the heart. Bedtimes have changed forever.

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