Interactive Moolt apps have been downloaded over 15 million times

Educational mobile apps by Interactive Moolt have reached 15 million downloads. The largest publisher of educational mobile apps for kids in Eastern Europe has managed to achieve such impressive results in 2.5 years after release of its first product "Rolando Locomotov"

At the moment, 10 educational applications for children based on the five popular Russian animated universes - "Be-be-bears", "Paper tales", "Fantasy Patrol", "Magic Lantern" and "Rolando Locomotov" in the lineup of "Interactive Moolt", as well as one VOD-application with cartoons "MOOLT". They are created in collaboration with leading children’s psychologists and aimed at developing diligence, attentiveness, logic, and also promote the development of creative thinking.

By the end of the year, five more products are planned to be released, including those based on the animated series “Leo and Tig” about the adventures of the animals in fairy forest Taiga, as well as the second VR application of Interactive Moolt - MOOLT VR, where children can watch cartoons in a realistic atmosphere in the company of their favorite animation characters.

The products of the Russian developer become popular not only in Russia and the CIS. “Interactive Moolt” products are regularly featured in the world ratings of App Store and Google Play. Applications and games are translated into ten languages, including Chinese and Indonesian. By the results of 2016, "Be-be-bears" app was featured by editors of App Store and Google Play as one of the best apps in family and educations categories.

“Interactive Moolt” is one of the TOP-5 largest publishers of mobile applications for children and the leader in this market segment in Russia and CIS. The main focus of “Interactive Moolt” is development, publishing, and marketing of educational mobile games and apps based on popular cartoons of “Moolt” TV channel. Interactive Moolt was launched in July 2015 as a gaming department of the largest Russian media holding VGTRK. The publisher released ten applications, including the one for virtual reality glasses HTC Vive.