Agile E-Learning Mobile App, Gelling: Akeakami Quest, Releases Updated Version with Artwork Enhancement, Additional Facebook Capability, and Bug Fixes Matawan, N.J., August 2, 2017 - Agile Literacy announces the official update of their agile e-learning mobile app, Gelling: Akeakami Quest. This update includes a number of notable changes to the app including cosmetic ones. The Avatar Selection process has been updated to include more detailed character artwork, as well as additional characters. The Main Menu has become a more interactive experience for navigating the application. Additional Facebook Capability, has allowed for sharing scores through social media, earning personal badges, and updating current game status. Push notifications have been added to supplement users learning experience with best Agile tips and practices. Current bugs have also been fixed to make application usability more seamless. Gelling: Akeakami Quest is designed to inspire open communication and problem-solving skills, build trust and respect, and help teams achieve a level of quality that they may not have been able to reach alone. Combined with Agile practices, the game is meant to improve the focus, commitment and motivation of a team "An engrossing story is one of the most effective ways to learn the new skills that allow teams to reach their highest potential," said Leonor Urena, CEO at Gelling. "That is Akeakami Quest's highest goal." Gelling: Akeakami Quest is now available free for download on iOS and Android. You can find it in the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gelling-akeakami-teamwork/id1177522993?mt=8 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gelling.akeakamiquest About Gelling Based in Matawan, N.J., in 2012, Gelling is an extension of Agile Literacy that is dedicated to helping individuals learn Agile concepts and team building skills. By using educational problem solving games and interactive storytelling methods, team skills are introduced, nurtured, and reinforced. For more information, visit http://gelling.agileliteracy.com.