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Israel’s JoyTunes, which develops applications for fun music learning, received the United Nations’ “World Summit Award 2011” in a special ceremony held in Cairo, Egypt on April 27th.

According to the World Summit Award (WSA) press release, JoyTunes was selected by a Jury of ICT Experts in Hong Kong from 460 projects and 105 countries that were submitted by regional experts.

The press release quotes JoyTunes CEO Yuval Kaminka: “Eighty five percent of adults surveyed wished they knew how to play an instrument.” JoyTunes has developed award-winning interactive video games that help children and adults alike, discover their love of music. An elite team of developers, musicians and music educators created the unique patent-pending technology that lets music lovers worldwide create and enjoy playing real music with a real instrument.

JoyTunes has also announced a clever new application – Piano Dust Buster.  According to the Company’s website, this app allows music lovers to play songs using the touch of an instrument, while also encouraging children to discover or rediscover a love for music and the piano. The free application adds to another JoyTunes application – The Recorder Master – which has already received the 2010 “Parent’s Choice Award” and the 2011 and 2012 National Association of Music Merchants’ (NAMM), “Best Tool for Beginners Award.”

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