DysEnglish named as Infinite Monkeys’ Mobile App Of The Week for January 25th - 31st

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The recently published DysEnglish mobile app stands out amongst the thousands of iPhone apps, Android apps and HTML5 mobile websites created with the Infinite Monkeys app builder.

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DysEnglish is a great example of how anyone like a small business owner can make an app themselves today.

Infinite Monkeys has announced today that DysEnglish is the company’s “App Of The Week” for January 25th - 31st.

Each week Infinite Monkeys selects one app from the thousands published with their free app maker platform. This app was chosen because it is a great example of the quality, beauty and usefulness that mobile apps can bring to a traditional community.

With more than 1 Billion smartphones now active in the world, and 84% of those users accessing the Internet via their smartphone everyday, the base of potential mobile users for DysEnglish is massive and growing by the day. It was this potential that motivated Infinite Monkeys to create an easy drag-and-drop app builder platform that allows anyone to create an app without having to hire a mobile agency for thousands of dollars, or learn how to do coding.

DysEnglish and thousands of other community groups, small businesses, blogs, and sports teams selected the Infinite Monkeys app maker platform to create and launch their mobile app for Android, iPhone and over 5,000 different models of HTML5 compatible smartphones.

The DysEnglish mobile app is very helpful for Italian dyslexics who want to study the English language. This app also teaches advanced reading and spelling skills to children and adults who struggle in those areas. While some content is in the Italian language, Infinite Monkeys' mobile app builder enables people to make apps with various languages such as Arabic, Turkish, Simplified or Traditional Chinese.

The app has a Dictionaries section where links to some online monolingual and bilingual dictionaries to help with some unfamiliar terms can be accessed. It also has the Tables-Gram section, where people can find helpful documents that contain tables compensatory divided by grammar topic.

The Flashcard section lets users find exactly the flashcard or image with the corresponding word in the English language. They are useful to store the basic vocabulary. And lastly, under LearningWeb, users can check out links to websites that are helpful in learning the English language independently and even find more links to other useful applications through DysEnglish app's LearningApp section.

To create your own mobile app, and have a chance at being named App Of The Week, go to http://www.InfiniteMonkeys.mobi and get started today.

About Infinite Monkeys
Infinite Monkeys is a self-serve drag-and-drop platform that enables anyone to create a mobile app for iPhone, Android & HTML5 smartphones - without any coding. With three pricing options, from free to just $99, Infinite Monkeys brings custom mobile apps within the reach of small businesses, schools and community groups. By servicing the long-tail of niche interests with free and low-cost apps, Infinite Monkeys was named one of the Top10 Internet Startups of 2013 and aims to be the largest DIY publisher of mobile apps in the world.

Infinite Monkeys is also featured in a new video by blogger Harrison Lloyd showing 3 simple ways for anyone to create their own mobile app. http://bit.ly/1gKhwjK

To learn more about how Infinite Monkeys is transforming the Mobile App Economy, please visit http://www.infinitemonkeys.mobi and follow @oo_monkeys on Twitter.

About DysEnglish

DysEnglish is a useful application for dyslexics who want to study English. DysEnglish is a new mobile app available for Android, iPhone and HTML5 compatible smartphones. It is the mobile presence of the DysEnglish community - and was created with the Infinite Monkeys mobile appmaker tool.

To download the DysEnglish app for your mobile phone, go to: http://apps.monk.ee/details.php?appid=100443954

To learn more about DysEnglish please visit: https://www.facebook.com/dysEnglish

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