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.”