Cool slate app to be launched on Aug 29

Cool slate app to be launched on Aug 29
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Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu appreciated the efforts of NRIs, who developed a mobile application ‘cool slate’, that will be useful for Telugu learners. He also suggested to the officials to learn the usage of the app, so as to introduce the same in schools. 

Vijayawada: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu appreciated the efforts of NRIs, who developed a mobile application ‘cool slate’, that will be useful for Telugu learners. He also suggested to the officials to learn the usage of the app, so as to introduce the same in schools.

The app developers Ranjith Kollu, Kiran Yarlagadda and Venkat Yeleti, all old students of St John’s Higher Secondary School at Gannavaram in Krishna district, now working as software professionals, met the Chief Minister at his camp office here on Tuesday and demonstrated the mobile app.

The Coolphabets, a US-based start-up company promoting the learning of alphabets in major global languages through social media and mobile phones, is launching an app that will be useful for Telugu learners on the World Telugu Day on August 29.

Speaking on the occasion, Ranjit said Coolphabets has already made its mark in helping the ‘digital generation’ learn alphabets in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Punjabi printed on household objects and merchandise made in the United States.

He said the free app named ‘cool slate’, currently under testing and evaluation, will be available for downloading from the Google Play Store from August 29 and it contains alphabets of Telugu and other select Indian and foreign languages.

He said the cool slate will be a WhatsApp-like app that lets a child write and understand Telugu alphabets and share the content with family and friends on a real-time basis.

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