8 Israeli Technologies to Keep Your Kids Sane While School’s Out


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School’s out for the pandemic. Thankfully, Israeli technology can help parents keep their kids occupied! Our friends at Israel21c share the top eight technologies to help with learning from home.

Check out number one on their list:


Learning to play the piano was never so easy – or high-tech. JoyTunes turns your mobile device into a virtual piano tutor, combining tried-and-true music methodologies with the latest in gaming (try “Piano Dust Buster” to compete with other gaming piano “players”).

JoyTunes’ iPhone and Android app listens to what you play to give you real-time feedback, reducing the amount of time it takes to get started. Maybe that’s why the company has a million people learning to play the piano a week, is used by 10% of U.S. music teachers and has been downloaded more than 10 million times.

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