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How time flies! One minute we’re sharing this update in May and the next minute, it’s October! Thankfully, we’re not stagnant as we continue our exciting journey of making African language-learning resources for children.  It’s been  5 months since our...
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Yoruba101: unlocking paid items for free after updating app

Yoruba101 3.1 is now available for iPhone, iPad and Android. First, apologies for the blank screen error some of you experienced in version 3.0. A big thank you to Sewa, Hugo and Mary for pointing out the problem. Yoruba101 3.1 fixes the bug and is now available for download. For...
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2015 in a whiz! 2016 with a bang!

Published in the nick of time! I’d set a personal goal to publish this piece before the end of January. Yay! * sips iced water* See, I didn’t want to just spew out a recap of the past year without including the interesting things that Genii Games is already working on this year....
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Yoruba101: Yoruba language teaching App for IOS & Android

LAGOS, NIGERIA – May 11, 2015 – Genii Games Limited announced an updated version 2.0 of its app, Yoruba101: a Yoruba language teaching mobile app for iOS and Android. Yoruba101 version 2.0 for iOS and Android is a good starter to the Yoruba language and Culture for kids. The...
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What makes a Native Language tick?

This post examines the simple things that make our native languages appealing. These things though simple are often missed. A few years ago while living in Abuja, I was riding on one of the popular El-Rufai buses from the city center to Gwagwalada. Seated by my side was a young...
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Exploring the cool factor in African language learning among kids

Exploring the cool factor in learning African languages among kids

Often times, I’ve had parents express to me how hard it is to get their kids to learn our native African languages. This is especially common in homes where the language of communication isn’t the native African language as with many African families in major cities home and...
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London Adventures: out and about with Asa Ambassadors

Sometime ago, I wrote about the community it takes to build an app. By extension, it captures our intent to build the Asa brand around a community of interesting people of diverse backgrounds, age bracket, places etc. While we haven’t matched our growing community of Asa...
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Update: Yoruba101- Legend Edition

After what seemed ages, the updated Yoruba101 2.0 was released for iPads on Friday, March 13, 2015. Its Android equivalent followed on Wednesday April 1 while the iPhone version remains in the works. This has since been followed by an updated version 2.1 for iPads and Androids...
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Manchester Adventures: 20th Future Everything Festival

Formal exhibition sessions at the FutureEverything Festival were held on Thursday, February 26 and Friday, February 27. The Manchester Town Hall – venue for the FutureEverything festival exhibition and talks – bore hallmarks of a rich Culture going back centuries. The...
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Manchester Adventures: In the beginning…

Beyond the excitement of constantly seeking out interesting ways to deliver African Cultural contents for kids vis-à-vis Asa apps & videos lies the yearning for regular motivations: opportunities to experience new Cultures, add faces to customers known only virtually, engage...
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