Learn Foreign Language Online Over Hello-Hello
Hello-Hello is an online language learning tool that lets you learn foreign languages spoken world-wide. This tool to learn foreign language provides various online language courses including online language lessons, online language training, language tutors, and more.
Kids Can Say Hello in Seven Languages With the Hello-Hello App
Hello-Hello Kids is a new iPhone app that gives children a head start in learning different languages in a fun and engaging way. The app focuses on using bright, kid-friendly images to explain concepts and teach new words, and includes animated flashcards and audio examples.
New Range of Blackberry Playbook Apps for Vocabulary Building
Hello-Hello extends its product line with new courses for the Blackberry Playbook
WASHINGTON, DC – 4’th April 2012 - Hello-Hello, an innovative language learning startup released a new range of apps for the Blackberry Playbook. The new apps are the most comprehensive toll for vocabulary training till date. The learning process is enhanced with the use of word games, self-voice recording and spelling check.
Hello-Hello on Blackberry Playbook Tablet
Hello-Hello changes the game with new language learning apps for BlackBerry PlayBook
Hello-Hello, an innovative startup firm that develops mobile apps to help people learn new languages for their educational, business and travel needs, announced today the release of 10 language courses for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet PC.
Hello-Hello Changes the Game with New Language Learning Apps for BlackBerry PlayBook
The Hello-Hello apps combine robust lessons, social networking to maximize learning
WASHINGTON, DC – January 25, 2012 - Hello-Hello, an innovative startup firm that develops mobile apps to help people learn new languages for their educational, business and travel needs, announced today the release of 11 language courses for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet PC.
Learn a Foreign Language on Your iPad – with Help from Your Friends
Learning a foreign language on your own can be difficult because it’s almost impossible to tell if you’re pronouncing words correctly. The Hello-Hello World iPad app offers language courses for 11 different languages, and it has a social aspect that can help you learn better and faster.
Hello-Hello Wins Best Start-up Company Award at the 9th SiliconIndia Startup City Event
Hello-Hello was awarded as ‘Best Start-up 2011’ at India’s premier technology showcase event organized by SiliconIndia.
New Delhi, November 16th, 2011: Hello-Hello an innovative mobile language learning start-up won ‘Best Start-up Company Award’ at the 9th edition of SiliconIndia’s Startup City, a technology showcase event, after proving it’s strong foothold during TechCrunch Disrupt in the US.
Hello-Hello Language Learning Apps Now Available for Kindle Fire Tablet PC
Company Releases 11 Apps to help people improve conversational skills
WASHINGTON, DC – November 15, 2011 – Hello-Hello, an innovative startup firm that develops mobile apps to help people learn new languages for their educational, business and travel needs, announced today the release of apps in 11 different languages for the Kindle Fire tablet PC.
Hello-Hello World Review – Social Based Language Learning
Nowadays, there are already many methods to learn foreign languages. We can do it by taking private courses, going to language institutes, or even having an autodidactic language learning, which is digitally doable in this era where you can search for many tutorials in the web.
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“Se o objetivo for estudar uma língua nova, há programas mais eficientes. Os mais conhecidos são os da linha Hello-Hello, criados nos Estados Unidos pela brasileira Sarah Gontijo e vendidos em 100 países. Ainda exclusivos para o iPad, os aplicativos contam com cursos pagos de onze idiomas, como alemão, chinês e inglês. Professores avaliam as lições e tiram dúvidas on-line. O mais novo da série, o Hello-Hello World, integra o aprendizado a uma rede social na Internet.
Hello-Hello World (free; iPad)
What it is: A way to learn language with help from Hello-Hello users the world over.
How it works: Use the app to connect to native speakers anywhere, anytime.
Why it's great: It's free, plus the conversational courses were developed in collaboration with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, which is a respected association for language teachers and professionals.
Language Learning Goes Social on Mobile
Hello-Hello World's First Language Learning App that Integrates Social Networking.
Washington, DC, October 10'th, 2011. –: Hello-Hello an innovative language learning start-up, has announced the launch of Hello-Hello World, a free application for mobile devices that helps people learn a new language by connecting them with native speakers through social networking.
The application lets users complete language lessons and connect with Hello-Hello’s already established global community of language learners with members in almost 100 countries to help each other in the learning process.
The Most Comprehensive App for Vocabulary Building is now Available for Android Phones
Hello-Hello launches the Android Phone Version its Top Selling Vocabulary-Building Apps.
Washington, DC, July 1, 2011: 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.
Learn Spanish and Other Foreign Languages With the New Range of Android Tablet Apps
Hello-Hello introduces the Android Tablet version of its popular vocabulary building iPhone & iPad apps in 11 foreign languages
Washington, DC, June 9, 2011: 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.
Conquer the world of words with newly launched range of iPad apps by Hello-Hello
Hello-Hello has launched 10 language learning apps for Chinese, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish and Dutch
Washington, DC, January 3, 2011: Hello-Hello, a pioneer company in innovative mobile language learning courses, has released 10 new language learning apps for the iPad, which are Basic Chinese, Basic English, Basic French, Basic German, Basic Indonesian, Basic Italian, Basic Japanese, Basic Portuguese, Basic Spanish and Basic Dutch. The apps contain more than 1,000 words and phrases, which are most likely been used in day-to-day communications in airports, hotels, restaurants, department stores, railway stations and other places.
Hello-Hello English Hits #1 Position in Educational iPad Apps in Spain
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.
Hello-Hello Releases Chinese Language Learning Course for the iPad
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 Establishes Leadership Position in International iPad App Market
Hello-Hello advances its strategy with new offerings focused on the international market
August 27, 2010- Hello-Hello, an innovative language learning company, advances its international strategy and establishes leadership on mobile language learning worldwide with the addition of fully localized content and the launch of the Hello-Hello English language learning app.Within 24 hours of its launch, Hello-Hello English witnessed strong customer acceptance by placing among the top 5 educational iPad apps in Brazil, China, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Russia, Spain and Switzerland with the #1 position in Brazil, Italy and Spain.
Hello-Hello Launches Language Learning iPad app for Kids.
Hello-Hello releases language & number learning iPad app for kids.
June 23, 2010 (Washington, DC)- 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.
Press Release: Hello-Hello Pioneers Mobile Language Learning on the iPad.
Hello-Hello Launches Courses for French, German, Italian and Portuguese on the iPad.
June 1, 2010 (Washington, DC)- Hello-Hello, an innovative language learning company, today announced the launch of the world's first complete language courses for French, German, Italian and Portuguese on today's most desired gizmo - the Apple iPad. Hello-Hello developed these courses in collaboration with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language (ACTFL) and has attractively priced these complete sets of 30 conversational lessons at $9.99 each.
Hello-Hello Launches New Online Courses for German and Italian
USPRwire, Thu May 13 2010- Hello-Hello, an innovative language learning company, today announced the global launch of its online German and Italian language courses. The Hello-Hello 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. ...
Hello-Hello Launches Two New Free Language Learning Courses
Tuesday, May 11, 2010:- Hello-Hello, an innovative language learning company, today announced the global launch of its online German and Italian language courses. The Hello-Hello 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. Hello-Hello has made both the German and Italian language programs available for free to every user similar to the other language courses already available on its official website at The two new language programs follow ACTFL‘s research-based approach to teaching ...
Press Release: New language course app for the iPad will open the next frontier for language learning.
Hello-Hello.com Launches Revolutionary Language Course App for the iPad.
April 1, 2010 (Washington, DC)- Hello-Hello.com, a market leading language learning website, announced the launch of their iPad app that will be available starting on April 3rd. Apple has approved Hello-Hello's language learning app for the Grand Opening of the iPad App Store. The Hello-Hello iPad app will be priced at $4.99 initially and will feature Hello-Hello's complete Spanish course developed in collaboration with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). The Spanish language app will be available upon the iPad's release and apps for other languages will be launched in the coming weeks. Future iPad apps from Hello-Hello will include social networking features that will allow language learners to interact with native speakers of the language they are learning. You will be able to find the app on iTunes store through the following link...
Press Release: New Free Language Learning Website Officially Launches During ACTFL Convention
San Diego and Washington (Vocus/PRWEB ) November 19, 2009 -- Hello-Hello.com, the world's first free online language learning and social networking website developed in collaboration with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), will be officially launched during ACTFL's Annual Convention and World Languages Expo. The conference begins Nov. 20 in San Diego.
Maintain the Brain Power July, 2009
" Study another language. Parlez-vous francais? Non? Then you may find yourself less able to stave off dementia when you're older. In a 2007 study at York University in Toronto, bilingual seniors kept the worst effects of the condition at bay 4 years longer than those who'd never ventured beyond their native tongue. Learning a second language appears to increase the density of gray matter in the areas of your brain that govern attention and memory, says researcher Ellen Bialystok, Ph.D.
Do this: During your commute, play some language-instruction CDs, such as one from Macmillan's Behind the Wheel series (macmillanaudio.com, or download the MP3 version from audible.com.) Then reinforce your lessons by signing onto social-networking sites that let you interact with native speakers. "They use functional language that you'd hear in conversation," says Marty Abbott, director of education for the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Her favorite is hello-hello.com. Finally, rent a movie once a month in the language you're studying and watch it sans subtitles. "
ACTFL sends e-mail to all their members
ACTFL leadership is always seeking ways to enhance the hard work that you do in the classroom and we wanted to let you know about our new partnership with Hello-Hello.com which will officially launch during this year's Convention Nov. 19-22, 2009 in San Diego, CA.