Having participated in its development and UX design, ZEPPELIN released a smartphone-based educational support app, "neu.Tutor". The initiators and supervisors of this project are Mr. Takuya Hane, a former lecturer at Harvard University who, in 1994, received a "Certificate of Distinction in Teaching"; and Mr. Satoshi Nakajima, a super engineer who used to work in Microsoft as the chief architect of Windows 95/98. neu.Tutor realized what other educational apps failed to : provide a platform that enabled users to continue learning actively, regardless of time or place by getting people around the world to share their knowledge with each other - an efficient method of studying; a whole new world of "education".
neu.Tutor won the Smart Learning Division Award in the 2012 Japan e-Learning Awards.