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Médecins du Monde is an international humanitarian organisation providing medical care to vulnerable populations affected by war, natural disasters, disease, famine, poverty or exclusion. The network delivers over 300 projects in more than 70 countries through 3,000 volunteers.
The apps help kids 6-12 to practice basic math in a fun and stimulating way. Mingo Matte l is designed as a game where you can compete against yourself on time or play and compete with a friend.
The graphics are clean and calm. Mingo Math l is therefore particularly suitable for children who are easily disturbed by many choices and moving objects.
The kids are training Friends of ten, Doubling, Units and tens, as well as Multiplication and Division for all tables. The game is a stimulating complement to what children have to learn in school.
We do not collect any personal information or other information about users. Both our website and apps are completely free of advertising.
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The apps are available in 16 languages and is automatically loaded into the language available on your tablet or mobile phone. You can download and play on all the commonly used models of tablets and smartphones. You can change the language within the game.
Mingo Matte l (Apple) is a free version where you can play Friends of ten and also purchase all skills gradually inside the app.
Mingo Matte l Lite (Samsung, Sony, Motorola and others) is a free version where you can play Friends of ten.
Mingo Matte l PREMIUM is the version where kids can practice all the skills.
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For the time being it is not possible to download Mingo Math I and Mingo Math Premium from Appstore. We are upgrading Mingo Math in order to make the app work with the new operating system IOS 11 that will be released later this autumn.