Icelandic company Cooori has developed an online language-learning app in ten languages: English, French, German, Japanese, Icelandic, Italian, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish and Thai.
From Keflavík International Airport. Photo: Geir Ólafsson/Iceland.
Entitled LingoWorld, the software aims to have users learning basic phrases effectively and in a short time. The software is described as flexible and interactive, and with the use of Artificial Intelligence, adjusts to each user’s learning ability.
“LingoWorld contains the phrases necessary to take a taxi and direct the driver to a specific location, check into a room, ask for good restaurants, order food, pay the bill, go shopping in the market and make new friends. Even if the user can’t learn all the phrases quickly, all of LingoWorld’s phrases are easily accessible via the Phrasebook and beats using a paper phrasebook in terms of convenience,” a press release states.
Cooori is headquartered in Reykjavík with offices in Belgium, Japan and the U.K. The software company focuses on introducing new ways of learning languages.