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Angula launches Widgets for iOS and Android apps! 🚀

We're thrilled to announce a significant enhancement to your language learning experience with Angula – the introduction of Widgets on our iOS and Android mobile apps! At Angula, we are dedicated to making the process of learning African languages not only enriching but also seamlessly integrated into your daily life. With the new widgets feature, we aim to bring your learning journey to the forefront of your mobile device, helping you stay connected to your progress effortlessly.

🚀 Introducing two powerful widgets:

Streak widget: 

Ever wondered how consistent you've been with your language learning? The Streak widget is here to answer that! This handy widget provides a quick snapshot of your learning streak for a specific language. Watch your streak grow as you stay committed to your daily language lessons. Celebrate milestones and keep the momentum going!

Recommendation widget:

Say goodbye to decision fatigue! The Recommendation widget suggests the perfect lesson for you each day. Tailored to your learning preferences and progress, this widget ensures that every lesson is a step forward in your language journey. Embrace the suggested lessons and discover the joy of seamless, personalized learning.

📊 Why widgets?

The introduction of widgets is a strategic move to make your learning progress more visible and accessible. We understand the importance of staying motivated and engaged in your language learning journey, and the widgets aim to do just that. Whether you are on iOS or Android, the widgets will be your companions, right on your home screen, providing a constant reminder of your commitment to mastering African languages.

👉 How to get started:

  1. Update your Angula app: Make sure you have the latest version of Angula installed on your iOS or Android device.
  2. Add widgets to your home screen: Simply long-press on your home screen, tap the '+' icon, and look for the Angula widgets. Choose from Streak and Recommendation to customize your learning experience.
  3. Stay connected to your progress: Watch as your learning streak grows and follow the daily recommendations to make the most out of your language learning journey.

🌐 A global community of learners: 

Angula is not just an app; it's a community of language enthusiasts on a shared mission to explore and appreciate African languages. With the new widgets, we're taking a step further to ensure that your language learning experience is not just confined to the app but seamlessly integrated into your daily life.

Ready to elevate your language learning journey? Update your Angula app now and unlock the power of Streak and Recommendation widgets! Embrace the joy of learning, one widget at a time.

Happy Learning!


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