An India-based developer has created a video-gaming app for children, which they hope will teach them the value of empathy and connect them with other children in need.
The app, called the Informed Care, is based on a service developed by a local NGO and was launched last month.
It provides a free, simple and personalized video game for children to play while sharing positive stories about their lives.
The app, dubbed The Informed Child, uses a video game called Informed, which is an app for the child’s age group that uses a picture and sounds to communicate with children in the same age group.
The game is designed to teach children the importance of empathy, a term often used to describe the ability to empathize with other people.
The children in The Inform Care video game can be as young as four and as old as eight.
They can be taught how to identify and react to emotions.
They also get to interact with other kids and their parents and have their own stories shared with them.
The parents can also share videos from their lives and videos of friends they have made.
The children are also given the chance to share a story about how they have overcome adversity.
The Informed Children video game is free and works on both iOS and Android, but there are a few limitations.
The first is that the app only works with the app-based service known as Vidya.
Vidya is a service for Indian parents that offers video games, music and other entertainment for their children.
Vidyanas apps are available in all 50 states.
VidYas service is not available in other countries.
The second limitation is that The Informing Care is not designed to be a social media app.
Its aim is to provide the kids with a fun, interactive and educational game, said the company, which did not provide any specific details about how it plans to monetize the game.
The third limitation is the video game’s age range.
The game’s goal is for it to teach the kids about empathy and the value they should place on their interactions with others.