"We created a platform that allows the user to go through real life scenes interacting with thousands of Portuguesevocabulary words in context." Mike Sullivan, Chief Learning Officer.
Boston, Ma (PRWEB) January 04, 2013
Noyo, a Boston based educational software company has created a new vocabulary learning platform that allows users to quickly learn Portuguese vocabulary. Noyo makes language learning apps that are fun for kids of all ages.
"We looked to improve upon the rote memorization of the flashcard model," says Mike Sullivan, Chief Learning Officer. "We created a platform that allows the user to go through real life scenes interacting with thousands of Portuguese vocabulary words in context."
Available on the iPad, Kindle Fire, and Android tablets, Noyo Portuguese is a targeted vocabulary-building system for language learners in their first three years of Portuguese study. Vocabulary items are integrated into colorful, interactive scenes, and each of nearly 2000 vocabulary items is paired with high-quality audio recorded by a native speaker of Brasil.
Noyo language learning apps are also available in French, Portuguese, Chinese, Spanish and English as a second language. There is always a 50% volume discount for educators when they purchase Noyo apps in iTunes.
•Over 1800 words and phrases, 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 Portuguese speaker
•Built-in assessment questions at the end of each unit
•Intuitive, user-friendly navigation system
•10 targeted units, featuring vocabulary related to: Food, Travel, Transportation, The City, House and Home, Seasons, Animals, School, Sports, Family
Noyo Portuguese is now available for download on iTune and the Amazon App store for an introductory price of $7.99.
Noyo is headquartered in Boston, MA. It is dedicated to providing engaging, cost-effective, high-value supplemental learning tools to language learners of all ages. More information can be found at http://www.noyo.com.