First Armenian interactive tale available in the Apple Store

Sona Hakobyan

The first Armenian interactive tale has been created. Programmer Vahram Gevorgyan has developed the application on the basis of the Ghazaros Aghayan’s “Anahit.”

The program allows to listen to the tale, participate in the developments and feel a hero of it. It took 4-5 months to complete the project. The author says the opinions and proposals of children helped him a lot.

The tale is accompanied by classical music, the story is presented in three languages. The cost of the program in the Apple Store is $3.99. The application is meant for iPad and iPad mini. The Android version will be presented in the near future.

Vahram Gevorgyan has received a number of cooperation offers, which he has turned down. The author says he does not pursue commercial goals. “It’s more of a hobby than business.”

“The tale is suitable for children with autism and its use in specialized establishments has already yielded positive results,” the author said.

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