Byju’s Launches Disney-BYJU’s Early Learn App for Kids

Disney?BYJU's Early Learn App for Kids

BYJU’s, an Edtech Unicorn in India has launched Disney?BYJU’s Early Learn app for kids of age 6-8 years, i.e. in Classes I-III.

In the app, kids are able to learn while being entertained with Disney’s popular and timeless characters and franchises like Frozen, Lion King, Cars, Disney Princess and Toy Story.

The app combines offline and online learning and offers a ‘learn-by-doing’ experience using Byju’s recently acquired Osmo platform.

Disney?BYJU’s Early Learn app is currently available on Google Play and will soon be available on Apple App Store, as well.

The app brings together content expertise of BYJU’s and compelling story-telling of Disney.

It offers a personalized learning experience that adapts itself to the learning patterns of individual learners.

Learners can choose their learning quests and take quizzes to practice what they learn, through the app.

Here are some salient features of the Disney?BYJU’s Early Learn app:

  • Disney’s capturing stories and characters for learning
  • Thousands of videos, games, quizzes, activities, and stories
  • Digitally-enabled worksheets with real-time feedback
  • Personalized learning experience for learners
  • Advanced parental reporting system with live progress reports

?BYJU?S pedagogy and content expertise are enhanced by the compelling storytelling of Disney in this app and will give a strong head start to the way young children learn their first concepts in India.?

Byju Raveendran, Founder and CEO, BYJU?s

?Disney stories continue to entertain and inspire kids and families in unique ways. With BYJU?s, we are excited to offer another unique way for kids in India to interact with Disney characters on a platform they value.?

Veronica Cabalina, Regional Director – Disney Publishing, APAC

BYJU’s secured INR 214 crore funding in March 2019 from its investors General Atlantic and Tencent for global expansion.

Last month, the Edtech unicorn announced that its revenue is tripled to INR 1,430 crore in the financial year 2018-19, and it has also become profitable on a full-year basis.

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