Learn the Ojibway language today in your classroom and home with your iPhone, Android or Windows device! Created by Ogoki Learning Inc. App developers based on the Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation Ojibway. iTunes download, Android via Google Play and Windows Desktop.
Ojibway Main App Features
Clear Audio at the touch of a button
Learn the Ojibway language the easy way by listening to professionally recorded spoken words. The app features more than 200 Ojibway common words and phrases to help you start speaking Ojibway with proper pronunciation. Also, learn about the Ojibway people, Treaties and more! Listen to important phrases like “Greetings”, “Numbers”, “Weather”, “Family relations” and more. Learn to write basic Syllabics as well.
Watch a demo of the App
Watch the Android Launch Commercial
Ojibway the iPhone and Android App Goal
Our goal is to have our App in every Ojibway language classroom and school and continue updates.
That is the reason why we made the App available for free. It’s currently only available on the iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone, Android, Windows and HTML5.
Designed to work in Remote Communities
Our app is uniquely designed to work in remote communities because it does not require an internet connection. Did you know that First Nation communities within the province of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario have very limited access to the Internet with connection speeds that rival 3rd world countries? It’s true, according to published reports from Manitoba and the First Mile project, the connection speeds are limited to non existent. That’s why we created the app to work without an Internet connection.
It’s so easy to use, a child can speak Ojibway by using it. (watch our video on YouTube to see a 2 year old speaking Ojibway using our App)
Darrick Baxter, Ogoki Learning Inc. in Winnipeg @ 204-615-6454 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you interested in developing a language app for your community? Contact us for details on our language app development and youth training program? Drop us a line to see how our experiences can help.
We are currently updating our free iPhone App Source Code to XCODE 7.3 and Swift 3. (Sept 2016)