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”.