TinyTap, the free iPad application that allows parents and educators to create learning games for kids, has recently raised $500K in seed funding. The funding comes from Inimiti, an Israeli micro venture capital fund that invests in new media startups.

“We partnered with TinyTap as we see a huge opportunity to create massive amounts of educational content,” said Alon Geva, a founder and General Partner at Inimiti.

Yogev Shelly of TinyTap said: “We believe in the power of personalization. We provide super simple game creation tools that anyone can use – from a child to his grandparents. It gives us great pleasure to see how TinyTap is being used by families and schools around the world.” TinyTap has been used to teach languages and create learning apps focusing on such subjects as Autism and Down Syndrome.

TinyTap is a privately held app development company based in Tel Aviv, Israel. TinyTap was founded in 2012 by Yogev Shelly and Oren Elbaz.

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