Mocomi.com Launched As New Website For Kids

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Mumbai: Mocomi.com has been launched as an online edutainment platform for kids to tap into a child’s inherent curiosity and enable them to learn by being visually stimulated. The site caters to children under 12 years in India.



Mocomi.com has a variety of games, activites, stories, videos and crafts for kids to choose from. Launched by Jesh Krishna Murthy, the site already has over 300 registered users since its launch. Murthy is also the CEO and founder of Anibrain Digital Technologies, a VFX studio based in Pune. He is in talks with schools, NGOs and different educational bodies to carry the website to interiors of India.



The site provides a world class platform that caters to the needs of all kids and families irrespective f their geographical background. One can find activity ideas, experience a variety of interactive educational programming ranging from science, culture, history, entertainment and several others including play games. The company does not have plans to take the website onto mobile platforms and currently the apps are available for iPad and iPhone.



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