Muuzii Inc. announced today that it has added a new Chinese product line, including a Chinese language course for English speakers and a Chinese-English translator, to its existing popular line of mobile text translator and bilingual course on AT&T.
Muuzii first launched two mobile learning products - an English and Spanish text dictionary translator and a mobile text English course with audio for Spanish speakers -in December 2013. With the Chinese New Year right around the corner, Muuzii is adding a new Chinese language product line to usher in the New Year and help Chinese language enthusiasts learn a new language in a simple and fun way.
Muuzii's mobile bilingual language courses are designed for age groups K-12 and adult learners, and support all types of mobile devices. The courses are designed as simple MMS text lessons with audio that are delivered to subscribers twice a week, plus a weekly interactive quiz. Muuzii's text dictionary translator offers real-time translation and supports mobile learning on the go. The services are available to all AT&T subscribers, with easy access through AT&T's wireless network.
"We are extremely happy that our product line has been selected by AT&T as a Top Pick in its Android mobile store for the past few weeks," said Eric Fang, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Muuzii Inc. "We have had a lot of requests from potential customers to provide simple Chinese lessons via cell phone, and our team is proud to be able to provide this new addition to our lineup. We will continue to listen to our customers and provide them a simple and fun learning experience."
"Today's economic development requires multilingual language skills," added Mitchell Stanley, President of Muuzii Inc. "Learning Chinese is picking up speed in the United States. Adding this Chinese language product line will certainly help young professionals and K-12 students meet the future challenges of economic development."
About Muuzii Inc.
Muuzii is a software-based mobile language learning solutions provider working in conjunction with mobile carriers to deliver mobile language learning courses, digital content and high-quality mobile text translations based on SMS, MMS and the Mobile Internet to subscribers globally. The company is headquartered in Washington, DC.