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Count It Easy is a learning game developed by WebTeam Corporation to assist parents and special educators in teaching basic counting skills to children with autism. The colorful, animated app is built on the principles of applied behavior analysis aka ABA.In the gameplay session, the child is shown different animals and is asked to count the number of animals being shown. Each screen appears with n number of a single animal, together with three answers one of which is right.The ABA method of intervention necessitates positive reinforcements on correct responses. Whenever the child makes a correct response, an animation is played as a reward of his or her performance.In the app settings, the user can opt for training; set time and specify question order. There is an option called Question Intro enabling which activates the sounds animals make. The basic purpose of this feature is to familiarize children with various animal sounds and offer them some fun as they learn.Total score for a particular session is displayed at the end of an activity. The user can like or share the score on Facebook/Twitter, and may also rate the app on a scale of 1 to 5 stars. ***About WebTeam Corporation***Incorporated in 2005, WebTeam Corporation is a Somerset-based mobile application development firm that has pioneered the development of an autism management program comprising screening, assessment and intervention apps. WebTeams ABA-based autism apps help parents, teachers, health care experts, researchers and other stakeholders worldwide efficiently manage the entire life-cycle of autism from infancy to adulthood and employment.By developing apps for autism intervention, WebTeam replicates individualized autism services on mobile devices, thereby making these necessary services available to the under-served population globally, especially in countries that lack the expertise necessary to tackle autism efficiently and in a cost-effective manner.WebTeams innovative idea backed by proprietary technology, which was awarded by Verizon in the 2013 Powerful Answers Award competition, lets caregivers collect and share data efficiently to foster effective collaborations that will ultimately solve one of the worlds largest and growing developmental disorders.