Duolingo has just launched an entirely new app, as part of its renown effort in increase language-proficiency among people via its digital platform. However, this time around the American language-learning digital company is focusing its searchlight on little kids. The app will teach them how to speak English.
Code named, Duolingo ABC, the app utilizes brief tutorial sessions designed to build up the phonics, appropriate word usage and alphabet familiarity among kids between three to six years of age.
Duolingo, the parent platform, pinpoints that "Duolingo ABC" features not less than 300 lessons including but not limited to a couple of learning activities like; spelling of words derived from a collection of letters, tapping of objects which start with certain letters, tracing of outlines of capitalized letters or lowercase letters, tapping of specific words in sentences, and also tracing of names. These are some screenshots below to help you with closure.
Duolingo ABC is free and doesn't contain any in-app purchases or ads, the company said. For the time being, the app is only available on iOS, but won't be exclusive to the Apple backed OS, as further plans are in line to have an Android version built sometime in the coming months. Duolingo ABC is currently available in the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.