Learn African languages with the Genii Games App
Learning African languages has a new addition to it with the public release of the Genii Games app for Android and iOS. Its release comes with a dedicated website containing information on available modules within the app. For some time, we had been working and sharing updates with you on the Genii Games App. For a bit of background, this African language learning app was necessitated by a need to converge all related apps from Genii Games into one single platform. That way, users have only to download, learn and track their progress from a single app.
As with our popular Igbo language and Yoruba language apps – Igbo101 and Yoruba101 – for getting started in both languages, the Genii Games App consists of a growing collection of interactive African language-learning modules spanning languages across the African continent. These include additions like Kiswahili which is widely spoken across East African countries like Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Somalia. We also have Twi and Ewe language modules which are widely spoken across Ghana. Wolof language, widely spoken in Senegal is another new addition which comes with the new Genii Games App. Lastly, we have Yoruba and Igbo sequels to the Yoruba101 and Igbo101 apps. Below are more specific questions and answers relating to the new Genii Games app.
What is the Genii Games App?
The Genii Games App is an interactive iOS and Android app for learning multiple African languages.
- Download the GeniiGames App for iOS on Apple Store
- Download the GeniiGames App for Android on Google Play
What is included in the Genii Games App?
The Genii Games App includes a growing collection of African language modules. Each language module covers a specific theme with several lessons, games and a dashboard to track one’s learning progess. These language modules were written and recorded by native writers and speakers across different African countries – Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, Kenya and Senegal – where they are chiefly spoken. Its initial release includes 6 language modules as follows:
What are the benefits of the Genii Games App?
There are a number of benefits to you with respect to the Genii Games App. These include:
- Organization – the app is structured such that each African language module sits on its own.
- Control – each available African language module within the Genii Games app is a standalone package. Hence, as a user, you have the choice of downloading only the one of choice or interest to you. The physical space or storage on the device is better managed such that the user can download or delete any content at anytime.
- Interactive lessons and games – each module consists of interactive lessons and games to aid the user.
- Progress Tracking – each module comes with a dashboard to track the user’s progress.
- Subtitles – the Genii Games App is currently available in English and French subtitles.
How does the Genii Games app work?
Simply download the Genii Games App for free from Google Play or Apple Store. The app requires an optional registration feature which allows the user access to the same content across multiple platforms. Thus, with a single sign-in, the user can access his or her modules across any device they own.
The app is very intuitive to use. As a user, you have access to the multiple available African language modules. Simply press to access the menu of each one as shown below.
Once inside, you can scroll to see all available topics within that module. Press to see more information on each and then chose to download it to your device.
What is the plan for the future with respect to new content?
With the release of the Genii Games app, subsequent African language learning modules will be released within the app. Also, plans are underway to include the existing Yoruba101 and Igbo101 apps within the Genii Games App.
How can we get more information?
Given the Genii Games App for iOS and Android holds a growing collection of diverse African language modules, we created a dedicated website – http://geniigames.app to cater for related information. On the platform, you will find extensive details about the African language modules and subsequent ones to come as we develop them. These include photos, an FAQ page for related questions and personalized pages for registered users.
Could you guys make the soundtrack available for listening to on somewhere like Youtube, or Spotify?
Could you please make the soundtrack available for listening to on somewhere like YouTube or Spotify