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|The Tabby Awards Recognize Rosetta Stone for Mobile Innovation with Two Awards|
“2018 is going to be an important year for Rosetta Stone and what better way to kick it off than with these two awards,” said Matt Hulett, President of Language, Rosetta Stone. “It’s great to have our team recognized for their hard work and innovation on both the iOS and Android platforms, and we’re excited to continue building upon that success with plans to deliver new features and resources that will delight our learners later this year.”
The 2017 Tabby Award winners were selected based on a combination of quantitative metrics and qualitative factors. The analytical evaluation component focused on app review scores submitted over the course of 2017 to measure user engagement. The qualitative component - benefiting from the Tabby Awards expertise in judging app awards since 2012 - focused on user interface, design, and innovation. An elite field of winners were selected in various categories ranging from Education and Entertainment, to Finance and Health & Fitness, by an international panel of independent app experts.
For more than 25 years, Rosetta Stone has led the industry in leveraging technology to accelerate language learning through its immersive curriculum. Developed by language and education experts, Rosetta Stone’s mobile apps feature powerful tools to get learners speaking in their new language confidently and accurately, right from the first lesson. Trusted by millions worldwide, the program is sequenced to introduce new skills in a way that stimulates your brain’s natural learning abilities, and it’s the only language platform that helps learners improve pronunciation and build confidence through its best-in-class TruAccent™ speech recognition technology software and live tutoring with native speakers. With downloadable lessons, users can learn anytime, anywhere—even offline.
Visit the Apple app store or Google Play store to download Rosetta Stone and start your free trial today. Additional information about Rosetta Stone’s digital language learning programs can be found online at www.rosettastone.com.
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