JAM Language Ltd. & LuxHQ Ltd. launch 2 iPad & iPhone APPs

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[prMac.com] Dubai, United Arab Emirates - JAM Language Ltd. has introduced 99.Mandarin.verbs 1.1 and 99.Cantonese.verbs 1.0, their first Mandarin and Cantonese iOS applications. They collaborated with Lux HQ Ltd. whose headquartered in London, UK, to create the iPhone and iPad application for both flashcards. This is a follow-up to their initial collaboration and launch of 99.Spanish.verbs earlier this summer.

"We have been working diligently to create fresh new content specifically for the iTunes App Store which caters to iPhone and iPad users. We are prioritizing the languages which are in the highest demand and Mandarin and Cantonese are definitely at the top of the list." Said Maria A. Petit, Co-Founder of Jam Language Ltd.

The Apple application of 99 'expert selected' key Mandarin and Cantonese verbs is packaged in a fun flashcard format for easy memory recall. It takes the user back to the basics with simple to use and relevant essential verb information for anyone learning Mandarin and or Cantonese. Both applications include Audio by Native speakers and have been well received thus far. Additionally, Jam Language Ltd. and Lux HQ Ltd. are already working on a new format and product for Arabic which is due to be released in the next few weeks.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 3.0 or later
* 3.8 MB

Pricing and Availability:
99.Mandarin.verbs 1.1 and 99.Cantonese.verbs 1.0 are $1.99 each USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Travel category.

Lux HQ Ltd. is headquartered in London, UK specializing in programming of games and applications. Jaime and Maria met February 2009 in London UK while obtaining their Cambridge University Certificate in English Teaching to Adults. They shared a passion for learning new languages. Jaime was en-route to Brazil to teach English and was learning Portuguese while Maria had plans to continue her Arabic language studies in Yemen and teach English as a means to integrate and give back to the local community. During the course they recognized the lack of 'quality' and 'relevant' teaching tools and resources available to teachers and found they truly enjoyed creating their own stuff not just for teaching purposes but for their own learning enjoyment... thus JAM was born. Copyright (C) 2011 JAM Language Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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