Have you ever want to do a transaction in a local area where no one understand the English you ‘re speaking? Have you ever feel like communicating with someone from other tribe and English is not helping? Have you ever feel like speaking more than one Nigeria Language?
Naijapedia is a mobile application for Learning Hausa, Ibo, Yoruba and Pidgin right from your phone including Blackberry Phones. Naijapedia is very easy to install
A friend just sent this, and I’m glad to share with you. I’m so excited about the mobile app revolution in Nigeria…
Imagine a Nigeria where a quarter of the citizens can speak at least 3 major languages. It’s finally here, yipeeee! Naijapedia 1.0 is a mobile application for learning Hausa, Ibo, Yoruba and Pidgin right from your phone including BlackBerry phones. Very easy to install and use. And it’s absolutely free! It contains a database of pre-installed phrases and sentences in English that is instantly translated to the four languages.
To download, visit http://www.cameleona.com/mdownload on your BlackBerry or other Java enabled phones (e.g. Nokia, Samsung, LG, Techno, etc). For more details, visit http://www.cameleona.com. According to Gbenga Sesan, it is exciting and educating and can be a life saver for some. Now you can learn these languages right from the comfort of your phone! No hassles. Enjoy and God bless Nigeria.
What is NaijaPedia?
NaijaPedia 1.0 is an application that translates, common everyday phrases from English language to major Nigerian languages. It is the perfect language learning tool for anyone interested in learning Nigerian languages. The debut edition features translations to Yoruba, Hausa, Ibo and Pidgin English. It is a mobile application that runs on any java enabled mobile phone including blackberry phones. It is simple to use. The user selects a language, presses the next key, selects a phrase to translate and then press the translate key. The application then does the rest. It is that simple. You can also change the primary language. For example, you can use Yoruba as your primary language and translate phrases to Ibo, Hausa or English. This tool is a very useful tool that will immensely affect the way people interact and do business in Nigeria. Imagine a trader or businessman who comes from Ondo state but does his business in Nasarawa state. All he needs to communicate is to use this tool.