TIME Applauds Language-Related Innovations from Meta, Duolingo, and LEGO

TIME Magazine recognized three language-industry products in its “Best Inventions of 2023” list, underscoring the importance of multilingual communication, accessibility, and inclusion in today’s globalized world.

The Week in Review: April 21, 2023

Over the next five years, Taiwan plans to put nearly $1 billion toward English education in the country. It’s a pretty hefty sum of...

The Week in Review: March 17, 2023

This week’s been a pretty big one in the way of artificial intelligence (AI) advancements. On Tuesday, OpenAI announced the launch of GPT-4, not even...

Looking at Duolingo’s end-of-year report on language learning trends

In addition to platform-wide trends, folks who used the app for more than five days out of the year can access personalized insights neatly packaged into a Spotify Wrapped-esque report.

Duolingo Announces 51% Bookings Growth and Accelerating User Growth in Second Quarter 2022; Raises Full Year Guidance

Duolingo, Inc. (NASDAQ: DUOL), the world’s leading mobile learning  platform, announced results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2022 in a shareholder letter that is  posted at investors.duolingo.com. 

Duolingo reports 485% increase in Ukrainian learners

The number of Duolingo users learning Ukrainian increased by 485% in the weeks following the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The company will be donating all of its ad revenue from Ukrainian learners to organizations helping Ukrainian refugees.

Language Apps Disappear from App Stores in China

A handful of language learning apps mysteriously disappeared from popular Android app stores in China — the apps, including highly popular ones like Duolingo...

Your favorite language learning app, now possibly offshore

As industries adapt their operations to survive the pandemic, the technology sector’s capacity for remote work has earned many companies a unique position of...

Catch the Pidgin at the BBC: Digital Flight of Fancy?

So what is pidgin, exactly? The BBC describe it as "a mix of English and local languages enabling people who do not share a common language to communicate".