The New Mango Expands Features Across Entire Platform to Make Language Learning More Engaging as Part of the Company's Ground-Up Rebranding
DETROIT (June 19, 2019) —
Award-winning Mango Languages, one of the most popular language learning systems in America's academic institutions and public libraries recently unveiled a new brand identity with the release of major advancements to its platform. This host of new features is designed to create a learning experience centered around you. Organic user reviews in both the Apple App Store® and Google Play™ store give stellar recommendations and constructive input for potential users considering giving Mango's two-week free trial a spin.
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"As many of the reviews reflect, Mango's new features and brand identity satisfy the craving so many among us have for learning a new language. Different from other language learning systems, Mango was created for people who want to erase cultural barriers and experience the world more completely," said Mango Languages Linguapreneur and CEO Jason Teshuba.
Now through Labor Day, new Mango users will receive a promotional offer of $7.99/month for three months with access to all 70+ languages after a free two-week trial. Standard pricing after the promotional period will be $7.99 for one language, and $17.99 for all languages.
About Mango Languages
Headquartered in Detroit, Mango Languages is the award-winning language-training resource for individuals and organizations around the world. On a mission to inspire curious people to forge deeper connections and meaningful interactions, Mango is the only adaptive language-learning system powered by proven methodologies and presents language-specific learning content designed to establish retention and rapidly build conversation skills. To learn more about how Mango prepares you to start the conversation in another language, visit mangolanguages.com, or follow @mangolanguages on Twitter.