Insane Logic, a London, UK-based edtech startup, raised £1m in equity funding.
Ananda Ventures made the investment.
The company intends to use the funds to roll out its products and form partnerships with major educational and disability service providers.
Founded by Zoe Peden, chief executive officer, Insane Logic develops educational iPad apps for language development & communication in early years.
Its MyChoicePad uses Makaton symbols and sign language with real sounding speech. It is used by families, schools and speech and language professionals to enable language development and increase confidence to communicate.
The app is also used by more than 50,000 individual parents and carers.