Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Noyo, an education software company based in Boston, MA, is excited to announce the availability of its MacOS Chinese Vocab app, designed to systematically boost the vocabulary of beginning Mandarin students.
The popular iPad apps by Noyo has received over 30 five-star reviews in the iTunes store. Noyo revamped the app to be included in the iTunes MacOS store after requests from Language teachers looking to use Noyo's apps on the interactive Smart Boards and Eno boards in the classroom.
The attractive interactive platform created by Noyo features nearly 200 custom-illustrated scenes, professional audio, and built-in assessment questions to help students learn over 1,800 Chinese vocabulary words and phrases.
“Noyo’s unique vocabulary-building system was created to give novice students a jumpstart on learning a new language and really brings the classroom to life when used on an interactive whiteboard,” said Co-Creator Mike Sullivan, who serves as Chief Learning Officer.
When the Noyo Chinese app is projected from the MacBook Pro to a white interactive Smart Board, the classroom comes alive as students go on a virtual journey through a colorful landscape of exciting scenes. The curriculum introduces words and phrases in context to help beginning learners strengthen their Chinese vocabulary.
Features of the Noyo Chinese app for Apple iPad and MacOS include:
-Over 1800 vocabulary words, each reinforced by supporting audio, visual representation, and written translation
-194 custom-illustrated scenes, packed with friendly characters and amusing scenarios
-Audio by a professional voice artist who is a native Chinese speaker
-10 targeted units (Food, Travel, City, House & Home, Seasons, Animals, Schools, Sports)
-Built-in assessment questions at the end of each unit
-Intuitive, user-friendly navigation system
-Content designed for teacher classroom use, parents to use with young children, and self-study for teens/adults
-Available in iTunes app store for iPad, Spanish, French, ESL, Chinese, Portuguese and Hebrew, all coming to the MacOS store soon
Noyo was created through the combined vision of popular Language teacher Mike Sullivan and innovative mobile software entrepreneur Ted Chan, who specializes in mobile user interface design.
Noyo Chinese is now available on iTunes at an introductory price of $3.99 Learning on the iPad, and the MacOS store.
Noyo is headquartered in Boston, MA. It is dedicated to providing engaging, cost-effective, high-value supplemental learning tools for tablets to language learners of all ages. More information can be found at http://www.noyo.com.