Elmo may have a target on his head at next week’s App Developers Conference. He and other well-known characters share an increasingly strong presence in the kids mobile space. But what about apps based on lesser known IPs? Jay Schiffman, president of New Jersey-based Dreamkind and a speaker at the conference, believes the key to survival – and success – from this group hinges on three simple rules.
In celebration of Elmo’s birthday tomorrow, a collection Sesame Street titles featuring popular characters such as Grover, Elmo and Abby are now available to Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet and NOOK Color customers in North America.
In a move to help children develop literacy skills through mobile technologies, Sesame Workshop has branched further into the app world by launching two interactive book apps for Nokia Symbian smartphones.
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