April 30, 2019 – Leading Chinese language learning company, ChineseABC, announces the launch of its new professional Chinese learning app for iOS devices. Setting a new standard in Chinese learning, ChineseABC provides over 200 situational video lessons based on real-life conversations which makes learning the Chinese language not only effective, but easy and fast.
The app features over 200 short situational videos, speech recognition system for pronunciation improvement, ability to improve speaking accuracy, game-like quizzes, and a set of advanced systematic Pinyin Lessons. ChineseABC app makes learning Chinese effortless. The video lessons from over 10 language experts from Beijing Normal University are designed to help anyone learn Chinese in the most leisurely way imaginable.
“Releasing this App brings so much joy and fulfillment – Finally people can learn Chinese without tears. You can take a single app and qualify to study in China in just 2 months. Knowing that using what we have developed can help people learn Chinese, explore the Chinese tradition, study and do business China is mind blowing,” says Allie Xie.
She says further, “If learning Chinese is a priority for you, downloading the ChineseABC app is what you need to do now and get started! With over 200 situational videos, pace setting speech recognition and accuracy testing, you are set on your way to becoming proficient in speaking the Chinese language.”
Want to start the journey to mastering Chinese? Download ChineseABC on APP Store
ChineseABC also has a great user interface, making it easy to navigate and use. Users can easily browse through each learning video and make the best use of its unique features. With courses connected to HSK (Chinese Proficiency Test), users can level up to HSK5 using the revolutionary ChineseABC app.
About ChineseABC Limited
Chinese ABC Limited is founded by Chinese language teaching experts. They know exactly what learners need, the mistakes they would easily make, and all the tips they need to know during learning Mandarin Chinese. That’s why they made the iOS app ChineseABC, and will soon launch the Android one.