Co-founded in 2012 by Babar Baig—the CEO of the organisation and has over 12 years of startup experience— WriteReader had published the first version of its iPad application of the same name in 2013. After several years of development in the application, today it is available in over 40 countries, in several localised languages. Till date, a total number of over one million books have been created on WriteReader. The white label solution has further boosted this adoption across institutions that wanted to engage better with kids and their families. It enables third-party organisations to set up their unique branded platform and book printing, have a customised image bank, and fully localise in any language. Also, the users do not need to worry about the maintenance of the application, and the solution includes analytics setup and user data reporting for a seamless use of the application by a third-party.
In an attempt to help kids learn the way they want to, WriteReader came up with this application and solution that comprises the story-telling method of learning. Using WriteReader’s solution, different educational institutions are also helping the kids learn with fun. On these platforms, kids can carry out fun activities like setting a cartoon character of their choice as the profile picture, recording their voice notes for reference, and more. The kids can also share their digital books with family and friends. Reports from researches conducted by different organisations indicate that kids have shown significant improvement in their language learning after participating in WriteReader’s digital learning process. Baig and his team at WriteReader are geared to break the monotony of the century-old learning and teaching process, and motivate today’s kids to transform writing into a rewarding experience.
Baig and his team at WriteReader are geared to break the monotony of the century-old learning and teaching process, and motivate today’s kids to transform writing into a rewarding experience