Beeblio app available on the ios app store
Beeblio has launched its mobile app on the apple app store. The vocabulary web application can now be downloaded from the ios store and utilized on your mobile device. Beeblio is the easiest and fastest way to learn individually the words you want to know in order to read better, write more easily, and think sharp.
It provides a unique experience for each person that uses the app to enable them to learn new words they specifically do not know. It offers a new fun way for students, educators, institutions, professionals, journalists, and anyone who wants to improve their lives by developing strong vocabulary skills.
Beeblio’s well-designed mobile app and platform will give you results much quicker than most other vocabulary apps. By using Beeblio, you will learn new words faster without any cookie-cutter experience.
Beeblio has also been praised for the ease of use of its interface. We like how the main interactions that the user has with the application occur in just a couple of pages with a clean and simplistic design style.
One of the main design objectives was to keep everything that the user doesn’t need away from the sight until the user needs it. And when the user needs a feature, it’s intuitively available while remaining discreet. We’re very proud of the result, and the user feedback so far confirms our optimism.
Users will get access to over 250,000 words/questionnaires to learn from. The app utilizes some of the best dictionaries in the world to provide its users with the best search results for words.
The beeblio application was made to give you a less difficult faster way to deal with learning new words to improve your vocabulary. Built using intuitive algorithms, this application offers the best insights to help you with improving your vocabulary within the briefest possible time.
“Our goal is simply to make language learning even easier than what it already is, and also fun. More than 80% of adults have a need to learn a foreign language at some point in their life. If we can improve the experience of only one person who embarks on the journey of learning a language, whether it be a new language or just improving their level in the native language, then we feel it will be worth it.,” says the founder of Beeblio. “There is no other application (as far as we know) that takes the same approach that we’re taking with Beeblio”
Beeblio is made such that it can be beneficial to each language user, paying little heed to the level. As an application, it is currently accessible in only English and will require some experience with the environment and the device where it is being used, however, any user 10 years and above can benefit from Beeblio.
Benefits of Using Beeblio include:
· Multi-faceted application, suitable for anyone.
· Easy to use interface and navigation
· Great for teachers and students.
Sooner or later, You’ll begin to wonder whenever you study a new text: what if I could instantly get from this text a list of all the words that are new to me? How fast would that make my studying? How many more texts would I be able to study in the same amount of time? How quickly would that help me master the language? Now, of course, knowing a language is a lot more than just knowing a list of words. Grammar and idiomatic expressions are just a couple of language ideas that may appear not to be straightforwardly associated with vocabulary.
The Beeblio app will be available on the app stores starting February 2021. For more information on what the app has to offer and how to use it, visit web.beebl.io
About the Founder:
The founder of the vocabulary app Beeblio has been a tech fanatic and has a love for creating and building tech startups. He studied physics and engineering, and has worked in the tech industry, in different roles, for many years now.
“I love thinking about, designing, and building products. Not only software products but everything that can stimulate my engineering mind. I have had previous experiences with other tech startups, but this time around, I wanted to take things in my arms, from the technical to the operational standpoint, and develop something that has been on my mind for a long time now. I believe in using technology to improve people’s lives, from the most mundane aspects to the most serious.”