Duolingo Announces New Math Learning App for Kids • iPhone in Canada Blog


Duolingo has just shared new details about its new “Maths” learning app for kids, which presents lessons and exercises as if they were mini-games to challenge students.

First launched last year by company CEO Luis von Ahn, Duolingo Math is the company’s first app that goes beyond language, though the company says “math can be considered as a universal language”.

Duolingo says the main idea behind the new app is to make the process of learning basic math concepts fun. However, the company plans to add more complex exercises in the future.

You can register here to join a waiting list for the application. “Join the waitlist! Be among the first to try a beta version of our upcoming app. It teaches 3rd grade math,” the company explains.

Duolingo Math will be available exclusively for iPhone and iPad users at first and only in English.

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