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Hi everyone, We've recently launched a beta version of our Language learning web site. Check it out at: http://language.tech We're starting with those three main tools: SpeakUP (phrasebooks) LanguageParallels (parallel stories) LatteChat (Language learning chat). The site is in beta so we welcome any feedback. SpeakUP is also available on Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=LanguageTech&hl=en and iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/developer/belvek-ltd./id1072684083 We're working on Android and iOS mobile apps for LatteChat and LanguageParallels. And... we're only getting started! One of our the coming products is called VocabSmasher and will make vocabulary learning fun! Lots of new features to the existing products and our flagship product are yet to be released. Also, we're constantly working on adding more language material (More SpeakUP languages, more LanguageParallels stories). Check our blog and social pages: http://blog.language.tech/ https://www.facebook.com/speakupphrasebooks/ If you have any feedback or just want to say Hi you can contact us at [email protected] Best, LanguageTech
Hey everyone. I've been working on a website for language learners and travelers and would like to share it here. It is called UPhrasebook. The video would explain it better. Why I've decided to make something like this? Many successful language learners say it is better to learn phrases instead of single words. I didn't find anything quite like this online. Forvo is great for checking pronunciation. Although, this is the only thing it is good for. Plus it mostly works with single words. Google Translate and other machine translators often make awful translations and have artificial voices with weird intonations to voice out the words. The phrases you find in printed phrasebooks and online often don't have any explanations and might be weird and unnatural. At the moment there's still a lot of work to be done, but the core functionality is ready. I've already opened the registration for the public and would like to invite everyone to register and make some translations and record pronunciations to share your language knowledge with others. I've already done some translations myself (mostly from Russian, so check it out if you're learning Russian). Would love to get some feedback and suggestions as well.