Hello-Hello releases language & number learning iPad app for kids
Hello-Hello, the leading mobile language learning company, today announced the launch of Hello-Hello Kids version 1.0, an iPad apps, which is designed to help children to learn NUMBERS in seven languages – English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Mandarin Chinese and Portuguese. The app is available through the iTunes Stores at an attractive introductory price of $0.99.
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.
The Hello-Hello Kids’ educational methodology includes a time-tested combination of learning and playing. Kids can LEARN with animated flashcards, adorable icons along with entertaining sounds. The PLAY section of the application offers numbers quizzes to improve a child’s retention of numbers.
According to Hello-Hello CEO & Founder, Sarah Gontijo “Hello-Hello Kids is the perfect app for parents who want to provide educational entertainment for their children. The app is especially attractive to parents who want their kids to learn their numbers while developing their language skills at a young age.”
Hello-Hello also offer language learning apps for adults featuring 30 conversational lessons and hundreds of flashcards developed in collaboration with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). The Hello-Hello Spanish iPad app was part of the Grand Opening of the iPad App Store, reached #2 position in the Education category and was features as one of Apple’s Staff Favorites right after its launch. You can find all Hello-Hello apps using the following link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/hello-hello/id371655433
Hello-Hello also offers a free language learning website (www.hello-hello.com) 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 which spans over more than 70 countries.