The Most Comprehensive App for Vocabulary Building is now Available for Android Phones

July 5th, 2011

Hello-Hello launches the Android Phone Version its Top Selling Vocabulary-Building Apps

Hello-Hello, a pioneer company for innovative mobile language learning has introduced the Android version of its top selling iPhone and iPad vocabulary building app.  The app is available in 11 different languages: Basic Spanish, Basic French, Basic German, Basic Italian, Basic Portuguese, Basic English, Basic Chinese, Basic Japanese, Basic Indonesian, Basic Russian and Basic Dutch.

Hello-Hello’s Basic Courses are based on a proven learning methodology supported by images; native speaker recorded audio files and engaging exercises. The app contains more than 1,000 commonly used words and phrases for day-to-day formal and informal communication. The app features 7 different modules for learning, 4 of which designed specifically to practice listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. The learning process is enhanced with the use of word games, self-voice recording and spelling check.
Sarah Gontijo, Hello-Hello’s Founder & CEO said, “Android-based phones represent 49 % of Smartphone users around the world. The availability of our basic courses to Android-based phones will allow millions of people to improve their vocabulary in a foreign language in a fun, interactive and convenient way”.  

Hello-Hello also offers a variety of language courses for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Conversational Course: It is a full-fledged language course with 30 conversational lessons and hundreds of flashcards to practice vocabulary. The courses were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), which is the largest association of teachers and administrators of all languages at all levels, serving more than 12,000 educators.
 
Kids App: Hello-Hello Kids version 1.0 allows children to learn new languages while solidifying their initial mathematical base (i.e., strengthening the knowledge of the number system from 1 to 20). The application offers an engaging playful self-teaching platform with an animation-enriched interface, which combines visual and audio clues for learning numbers with beautiful sound effects.
 
Love App: with Hello-Hello Love users can find and learn the perfect phrases and send beautiful and fully customizable greeting cards. Hello-Hello Love offers a variety of phrases in different categories that will suit your needs. Whether you are completely in love, still looking for someone, need to tell your friends how special they are, want to invite that beautiful guy/girl out need to be forgiven or is not interested. You can then share your thoughts by emailing greeting cards where you can select the background, customize the text font, write your own message or choose from our library.

  

Learn Spanish and Other Foreign Languages With the New Range of Android Tablet Apps.

June 9th, 2011

Hello-Hello introduces the Android Tablet version of its popular vocabulary building iPhone & iPad apps in 11 foreign languages

Hello-Hello a pioneer company for innovative mobile language learning and makers of the top selling language learning apps on iTunes has introduced a new range of vocabulary-building apps for Android Tablets. Hello-Hello’s Basic courses will help users to learn Spanish, French, German, Italian, English, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch, Japanese, Russian and Indonesian with more then 1,000 words and phrases.

The 11 new language courses are: Basic Spanish Tablet)Basic French (Tablet)Basic German (Tablet)Basic Italian (Tablet)Basic Portuguese (Tablet)Basic English (Tablet)Basic Chinese (Tablet)Basic Japanese (Tablet)Basic Indonesian (Tablet)Basic Dutch (Tablet) and Basic Russian (Tablet).

Hello-Hello’s Basic courses feature more than 1,000 commonly used words and phrases for day-to-day formal and informal communication. Each word in the app is clearly defined with native speaker recorded audio and supporting image. The app features, 7 different modules for learning 4 of which designed specifically to practice listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. The learning process is enhanced with the use of word games, self-voice recording and spelling check.

Sarah Gontijo, Hello-Hello’s Founder & CEO said: “We are happy to extend our product line and bring our Basic courses to Android Tablet users. Vocabulary building is an integral part of the process of gaining fluency in a given language. Our methodology was designed to make it a fun and interactive learning experience. I am confident that our apps are by far the best vocabulary building tool available not only on iTunes store but now also in the Android Market”.

The Best Vocabulary-Building Apps Are Now Available For Millions of iPhone and iPod Touch Users.

May 4th, 2011

Hello-Hello launches the iPhone and iPod Touch version of its acclaimed basic courses for Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, English, Chinese, Japanese, Indonesian, Dutch and Russian languages.

4′th May 2011, Washington DC: Hello-Hello, a pioneer company in innovative mobile language learning, released the iPhone/iPod Touch versions of its highly praised Basic Courses, already available for the iPad in 11 different languages. Basic Spanish (for iPhone),Basic French (for iPhone)Basic German (for iPhone)Basic Italian (for iPhone)Basic Portuguese (for iPhone)Basic English (for iPhone)Basic Chinese (for iPhone)Basic Japanese (for iPhone)Basic Indonesian (for iPhone)Basic Dutch (for iPhone) and Basic Russian (for iPhone).

Hello-Hello’s basic courses are, by far, the best vocabulary-building tool available on iTunes with more than 1,000 commonly used words and phrases for day-to-day formal and informal communication. Each word in the app is clearly defined with native speaker recorded audio and supporting image.  The app features 7 different modules for learning, 4 of which designed specifically to practice listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. The learning process is enhanced with the use of word games, self-voice recording and spelling check.

Sarah Gontijo, Hello-Hello’s Founder & CEO said: “Vocabulary building is an integral part of the process of gaining fluency in a given language. Our basic courses were designed to transform a process that can be very tedious into a fun and interactive activity. There are a number of apps out in the market focused on vocabulary building. However, I believe our course is far superior given the availability of 7 different modules of learning including exercises that especifically help develop writing, speaking, reading and listening skills.”

The World’s Most Popular Mobile Language-Learning Apps Debut on Android Phones

April 20th, 2011

Hello-Hello launches Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish language courses for Android phones.

20 April 2011, Washington DC: Hello-Hello, a pioneering company in mobile language learning, announced the launch of 11 new language courses for Android phones. Hello-Hello apps are the top selling language learning apps on the iPad and are also available on the iPhone and Android tablets.

The language courses were developed in collaboration with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL).  Each course offers 30 conversational lessons based on real-life situations supplemented by hundreds of flashcards containing words and sentences for vocabulary building. Courses are available in Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Indonesian, Dutch and Chinese.

The new Hello-Hello language learning apps incorporate special features including animation-rich frameworks, beautiful graphical interface, high-quality audio files and a research-based methodology. Users can learn a new language by building conversational skills rather then teaching out-of context words and sentences.

Sarah Gontijo, Hello-Hello’s Founder & CEO said: “Today, Android-based smartphones are the top selling smartphones in the world. They are available in a wide price range and are sold in almost in every country. Our new Android smartphone apps will reach more users who want the convenience of learning a new language on their mobile device.”

Hello-Hello apps also offer users the freedom to access lessons anywhere and anytime since the content for the app is stored locally on the phone itself and requires no network connection (such as Wi-Fi or 3G).

Top selling iPad app developers launch language-learning apps for the iPhone.

March 25th, 2011

Hello-Hello introduces the world’s most popular range of mobile language learning application for the iPhone.

24′th March 2011, Washington DC: Hello-Hello, a pioneering company that develops top selling innovative mobile language learning courses for the iPad & Android tablets, announced the launch of 11 new courses for the iPhone. The new range of apps offer 30 conversational lessons based on realistic situations supplemented with hundreds of flashcards containing words and sentences for vocabulary building. The content of the app has been developed in collaboration with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). Courses are available in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Indonesian.

Spanish iPhone appThe new Hello-Hello language learning apps are specially designed for iPhone and contain brilliant graphical interfaces with rich animations and high quality native speaker recorded files. Users can learn a new language with fun, ease and experience a highly engaging app that focus on building conversational skills rather then teaching out-of context words and sentences. Furthermore, each app offers a choice of 6 different localized languages, i.e. Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Italian, English and Chinese, so users can learn their desired languages in their own native tongue.

Sarah Gontijo, Hello-Hello’s Founder & CEO said: “Our apps for the iPad are among the top-selling language learning apps not only in the U.S. but internationally.With launch of the new iPhone apps, we will now servemore than 160 million iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users worldwide. In other words, more people will be able to learn foreign languages to improve their career skills, bring convenience to their travel to a foreign land, bring managerial and business efficiency or simply improve academic knowledge”.

Hello-Hello also offers a variety of language courses for the iPad:

  • Basic Courses: The most comprehensive tool for vocabulary training till date. The courses contain more than 1,000 words and phrases plus seven different modules for learning. There are exercises designed specifically to practice listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. The learning process is enhanced using word games, self-voice recording and spelling check.
  • Kids App: Hello-Hello Kids version 1.0 allows children to learn new languages while solidifying their initial mathematical base (i.e., strengthening the knowledge of the number system from 1 to 20). The application offers an engaging playful self-teaching platform with an animation-enriched interface, which combines visual and audio clues for learning numbers with beautiful sound effects.
  • Love App: with Hello-Hello Love users can find and learn the perfect phrases and send beautiful and fully customizable greeting cards. Hello-Hello Love offers a variety of phrases in different categories that will suit your needs. Whether you are completely in love, still looking for someone, need to tell your friends how special they are, want to invite that beautiful guy/girl out need to be forgiven or is not interested. You can then share your thoughts by emailing greeting cards where you can select the background, customize the text font, write your own message or choose from our library.
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iPad’s Top-Selling Language Learning Apps Launched on Samsung Galaxy Tab

February 25th, 2011

Hello-Hello launches its language learning courses on the Android platform and extends its leadership in the mobile language learning space.

Hello-Hello, a pioneering company that develops innovative mobile language learning courses, has announced the launch of its conversational courses for EnglishFrenchGermanSpanishItalianIndonesianRussianChinese, DutchJapanese and Portuguese on Android Tablets including the newest Samsung Galaxy Tab. With the launch of the new apps, which are built on the latest Google’s Android 2.2 platform, Hello-Hello has paved a new path for language learning on Samsung Galaxy Tab as well as other & upcoming tablets such as ViewSonic’s  ViewPad 10, LG PAD, HTC’s Tablet and Creative Ziio

Sarah Gontijo, CEO & Founder of Hello-Hello, said, “We are happy to bring our top-selling language learning courses to the Android platform and provide more people with the convenience of learning a new language using their mobile devices. This launch is very strategic to help consolidate our leadership in the mobile language learning space. Our apps for the iPad are among the top-selling language learning apps not only in the U.S. but internationally and I am confident that they will also become a success on Android Market”

All the seven new language-learning apps by Hello-Hello are based on a contemporary mobile platform powered by Froyo, Google’s Android™ 2.2 platform, which brings great performance, beautiful design and speedy access. Users will have the freedom to access lessons anywhere and anytime since, once installed, the content for the Hello-Hello apps is stored locally on the Galaxy Tab itself and requires no network connection (such as Wi-Fi or 3G).

Hello-Hello also offers a variety of language courses for the iPad, available in 11 different languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, and Indonesian.

  • Basic Courses: The most comprehensive toll for vocabulary training till date. The courses contain more than 1,000 words and phrases and seven different modules for learning four of which designed specifically to practice listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. The learning process is enhanced with the use of word games, self-voice recording and spelling check.
  • Kids App: Hello-Hello Kids version 1.0 allows children to learn new languages while solidifying their initial mathematical base (i.e., strengthening the knowledge of the number system from 1 to 20). The application offers an engaging playful self-teaching platform with an animation-enriched interface, which combines visual and audio clues for learning numbers with beautiful sound effects.
  • Love App: with Hello-Hello Love users can find and learn the perfect phrases and send beautiful and fully customizable greeting cards. Hello-Hello Love offers a variety of phrases in different categories that will suit your needs. Whether you are completely in love, still looking for someone, need to tell your friends how special they are, want to invite that beautiful guy/girl out need to be forgiven or is not interested. You can then share your thoughts by emailing greeting cards where you can select the background, customize the text font, write your own message or choose from our library.

Also, visit the Hello-Hello.com website to find native speakers and make friends around the world!

Hello-hello.com is a revolutionary interactive online language course with a community of like-minded individuals that help each other in the learning process. And all for FREE!

With Hello-Hello.com you can:

  • LEARN a new language anytime, anywhere with online lessons that develop all the skills you need.

  • TEACH other members your language and learn from native speakers by submitting exercises for them to review as well as providing feedback on their exercises.
  • COMMUNICATE with native speakers through audio, video and text with our live Chat to practice the language and make friends all over the world!


New range of language learning apps available for the iPad.

February 17th, 2011

Hello-Hello extends its product line with the most comprehensive courses for vocabulary building.

February 17, 2011 (Washington, DC): Hello-Hello, a pioneer company in innovative mobile language learning, has released a new line of language courses focused on vocabulary training. The apps offer great way to build vocabulary and are available in 11 different languages: Basic Chinese, Basic Dutch, Basic English, Basic French, Basic German, Basic Indonesian, Basic Italian, Basic Japanese, Basic Russian, Basic Portuguese and Basic Spanish.

The new iPad apps are the most comprehensive toll for vocabulary training till date. The courses contain more than 1,000 words and phrases and seven different modules for learning four of which designed specifically to practice listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. The learning process is enhanced with the use of word games, self-voice recording and spelling check.

The integration of excellent graphics, well-defined word categories and clear audio files, further help the application to increase user engagement. These features help the apps to become a good traveling companion in a foreign land as well as a first-class learning and teaching platform for vocabulary building.

Hello-Hello also has a series of Conversation courses apps that incorporates a full language course with 30 conversational lessons and hundreds of flashcards to practice vocabulary. The courses were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), which is the largest association of teachers and administrators of all languages at all levels, serving more than 12,000 educators.

All the apps by Hello-Hello are found in the following link: http://itunes.apple.com/in/artist/hello-hello/id371655433.

Hello-Hello’s language learning website (www.hello-hello.com) offers language courses combined with social networking where members can:

1. LEARN a new language with complete online courses that develop all the skills they need.

2. TEACH other members their language by providing feedback on their exercises and learn from native speakers by submitting exercises for them to review.

3. COMMUNICATE with native speakers through audio, video and text Chat to practice the language and make friends all over the world!

The website was launched in August 2009 and today has a worldwide membership base that spans more than 70 countries.

About Hello-Hello

Hello-Hello is an innovative language-learning company that offers state-of-the-art online and mobile courses. Hello-Hello’s website couples social networking with language learning which allows users to interact with native speakers around the world. Hello-Hello’s iPad apps are among the top language learning apps on the iPad.


Apps for Valentines Day Open New Opportunities For Developers Across Platforms

February 11th, 2011

Hello-Hello launches new iPad, iPhone and Android apps that allow users to express their affection in 6 different languages.

Washington DC, February 11′th, 2011: On the annual day for celebrating love and friendship, Hello-Hello, a pioneer company for innovative mobile language learning launches Hello-Hello Love. This beautifully designed app is exclusively focused on Valentines Day and allows users to express their affection in 6 different languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, German and Portuguese. The app is available for the iPad, iPhone and Android Tablets.

With Hello-Hello Love users can find and learn the perfect phrases and send beautiful and fully customizable greeting cards. Hello-Hello Love offers a variety of phrases in different categories that will suit your needs. Whether you are completely in love, still looking for someone, need to tell your friends how special they are, want to invite that beautiful guy/girl out out, need to be forgiven or is not interested. You can then share your thoughts by emailing greeting cards where you can select the background, customize the text font, write your own message or choose from our library.

Sarah Gontijo, Hello-Hello Founder & CEO said: “Love has no barriers and expressing it should not have barriers either. Hello-Hello Love is the perfect way to express affection across cultures and nationalities.”

Hello-Hello also offers a variety of language courses for the iPad, available in 11 different languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, and Indonesian.

  • Conversational Course: It is a full-fledged language course with 30 conversational lessons and hundreds of flashcards to practice vocabulary. The courses were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), which is the largest association of teachers and administrators of all languages at all levels, serving more than 12,000 educators.
  • Basic Courses: The most comprehensive toll for vocabulary training till date. The courses contain more than 1,000 words and phrases and seven different modules for learning four of which designed specifically to practice listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. The learning process is enhanced with the use of word games, self-voice recording and spelling check.
  • Kids App: Hello-Hello Kids version 1.0 allows children to learn new languages while solidifying their initial mathematical base (i.e., strengthening the knowledge of the number system from 1 to 20). The application offers an engaging playful self-teaching platform with an animation-enriched interface, which combines visual and audio clues for learning numbers with beautiful sound effects.

Hello-Hello English Hits #1 Position in Educational iPad Apps in Spain

November 3rd, 2010

Hello-Hello English Becomes the Top-Selling Language Learning iPad App in Spain

Washington, DC, November 3, 2010: Hello-Hello English today became the top-selling language learning iPad app in Spain by reaching the #1 position in the Spanish iTunes store in the education category.

We believe the reasons that this app has become a huge hit in Spain and in other countries are its effective research-based methodology, excellent course content, beautiful graphical interface and the app’s ability to be used anytime and anywhere.

Sarah Gontijo, CEO & Founder of Hello-Hello said, “We are very proud to become the top-selling educational app in Spain, which is among the most important markets for our company. This accomplishment not only proves the high quality of our apps but also confirms Hello-Hello’s leadership in the mobile language learning space.”

Hello-Hello English contains a complete English language course with 30 conversational lessons based on realistic situations supplemented by hundreds of flashcards containing words and sentences for vocabulary building. The content was developed in collaboration with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language (ACTFL).

Hello-Hello already offers a range of eight successful educational apps: Hello-Hello ChineseHello-Hello English, Hello-Hello FrenchHello-Hello GermanHello-Hello ItalianHello-Hello Portuguese,  Hello-Hello Spanish, and Hello-Hello Kids. More apps will be coming soon.

All Hello-Hello’s language learning apps for the iPad are based on an innovative learning approach powered by iPad’s unique interface that gives users the freedom to access lessons anywhere, anytime. The content for all Hello-Hello apps is stored locally on the iPad itself and requires no network connection (such as Wi-Fi or 3G) to work providing speedy response time and easy access to learning on this device.

Hello-Hello’s language learning website (www.hello-hello.com) offers language courses combined with social networking where members can:

1. LEARN a new language with complete online courses that develop all the skills they need.

2. TEACH other members their language by providing feedback on their exercises and learn from native speakers by submitting exercises for them to review.

3. COMMUNICATE with native speakers through audio, video and text Chat to practice the language and make friends all over the world!

The website was launched in August 2009 and today has a worldwide membership base that spans more than 70 countries.

About Hello-Hello:

Hello-Hello is an innovative language learning company that offers state-of-the-art online and mobile courses. Hello-Hello’s website couples social networking with language learning which allows users to interact with native speakers around the world. Hello-Hello’s iPad apps are among the top language learning apps on the iPad. Our conversational courses were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), which is the largest association of teachers and administrators of all languages at all levels, serving more than 12,000.

Hello-Hello Releases Chinese Language Learning Course for the iPad.

September 30th, 2010

Hello-Hello Opens Opportunities for Millions of People Learning Chinese Worldwide

Washington, DC, September 30, 2010: Hello-Hello, a pioneer company for innovative mobile language learning courses, today has released the Hello-Hello Chinese app, which is a Mandarin Chinese language learning course for the contemporary iPad device. The new app offers 30 conversational lessons based on realistic situations supplemented with hundreds of flashcards containing words and sentences for vocabulary building. The content of the app has been developed in collaboration with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) and is available in the iTunes store at an attractive priced tag of $9.99.

Hello-Hello has built the application with a combination of advanced audio, beautiful graphics and a research based learning methodology, to ensure an enjoyable, easy and fast learning process for every user, who are willing to learn Mandarin Chinese, which is today a key language for global cultural and for the international business environment.

Hello-Hello Chinese also offers to the users, fully localized content in the following languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. Users can select any of these languages and view the entire app including the translation of the lessons and flashcards in that language.

According to Sarah Gontijo, Hello-Hello’s Founder & CEO, “Hello-Hello Chinese is a wonderful application to learn Mandarin Chinese language with ease. The Chinese language has placed itself among the key languages in global business and cultural environment, with approximately 900 million people speaking it. I am confident that our app will definitely help users to open new doors for employment and education.”

Hello-Hello already offers a range of eight successful educational apps: Hello-Hello EnglishHello-Hello FrenchHello-Hello GermanHello-Hello ItalianHello-Hello PortugueseHello-Hello Spanish and Hello-Hello Kids. More apps will be coming soon.

All Hello-Hello’s language learning apps are based on an innovative learning approach powered by iPad’s unique interface that gives users the freedom to access lessons anywhere, anytime. The content for all Hello-Hello apps is stored locally on the iPad itself and requires no network connection (such as Wi-Fi or 3G) to work providing speedy response time and easy access to learning on this device.

Hello-Hello’s language learning website (www.hello-hello.com) offers FREE language courses combined with social networking where members can:

  1. LEARN a new language with complete online courses that develop all the skills they need.
  2. TEACH other members their language by providing feedback on their exercises and learn from native speakers by submitting exercises for them to review.
  3. COMMUNICATE with native speakers through audio, video and text Chat to practice the Language and make friends all over the world!

The website was launched in August 2009 and today has a worldwide membership base that spans more than 70 countries.

About Hello-Hello: Hello-Hello is an innovative language learning company that offers state-of-the-art online and mobile courses. Hello-Hello’s website couples social networking with language learning which allows users to interact with native speakers around the world. Hello-Hello’s iPad apps are among the top language learning apps on the iPad. Our conversational courses were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), which is the largest association of teachers and administrators of all languages at all levels, serving more than 12,000.