Educational mobile apps by Interactive Moolt have reached 10 million downloads. According to Alexey Ilin, the producer, the rapid increase in the number of downloads means favorable market conditions are in place for educational mobile apps: "Playing is a vital aspect of child's development, and children's mobile games are a convenient and modern product of our digital technology age. It makes us so happy that so many moms and dads choose apps by Interactive Moolt for their kids."
By now, Interactive Moolt has released seven educational apps for children and one app for watching cartoons. These apps are meant to help develop attention span and focus, as well as logical and creative thinking. They also let kids learn more about the surrounding world in a safe interactive environment and help them develop useful practical skills needed for everyday life. On average, users spend about 12 minutes a day playing Interactive Moolt apps, and our monthly audience reaches about 2 million people.
Products by this Russian developer become increasingly popular outside Russia and CIS countries. Be-be-bears and Paper Tales have been translated into nine languages, including Chinese and Hindi. In 2016, the first game of the Be-be-bears franchise was one of the App Store's 10 best iPad apps of the year and was also featured in Google Play Editor's Choice as one of the top 5 family games. It's these apps that were downloaded the most, and out of 10 million downloads, they account for more than 50 percent.
Other apps by Interactive Moolt — Be-be-bears - Creative World, Rolando Locomotov and Fantasy Patrol and — have also been consistently featured on Editor's Choice pages of different digital distribution platforms.
Interactive Moolt is one of the top 5 developers of educational mobile apps for children, and is a leader in this market sector in Russia and the CIS countries. The company was started in July of 2015 as a game department of the biggest Russian broadcasting company, VGTRK. Since then, Interactive Moolt has released eight apps, including one for virtual reality devices.