Lingokids, an English language-learning platform has reached over 5 million downloads worldwide with the most number of downloads from India with over 400000 users followed by Brazil and Mexico since its launch in 2016. The percentage downloads from Maharashtra are at 22.9 per cent being highest in India, 16.4 per cent in Delhi followed by 10.5 per cent in Karnataka. The online Education market In India is expected to touch $1.96 billion by 2021 and witness a 8X growth in the next 5 years according to a recent report by Google, KPMG. The reason for demand of online education has been the growth in Internet penetration and easy accessibility to affordable and quality education online. Lingokids offers complete English courses with lots of activities for every learning style for kids from 2 to 8 years and offers well-researched, superior educational content through ELT, a division of the esteemed Oxford University Press and a global leader in multimedia English language teaching.
50 per cent of the ability to learn is developed in the first years of life and Lingokids immersive program encourages early learning and development for children by constantly exposing children to various grammatical structures and more than 3,000 vocabulary words, the apps hits-and-errors algorithm adapts each lesson to the child’s learning speed and the curriculum follows a methodology guided by a prestigious Board of Educators from diverse backgrounds in the field of education with expertise in literacy instruction, vocabulary development, child psychology, ESL instruction, and educational technology.
Mr Cristobal Viedma, CEO and Founder, Lingokids said, “The response from India for has been very positive and Lingokids has reached a milestone of over 400000 users. The English language opens doors to the world and prepares children to become global citizens and our mission is to take down language barriers and provide equal opportunities for children across cultures. Lingokids is a perfect platform to give children a headstart at learning in a 100 per cent ad-free and safe environment.”