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Fluent Forever, The App: Learn to *Think* in Any Language

A project in Chicago, IL by Gabriel Wyner

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Language is a memory game. Fluent Forever is the cheat code. Announcing the first app that can teach you to think in a new language.
Backers: 4434
Average Pledge Per Backer: $133

Funded: $587,785 of $250,000
Dates: Sep 19th -> Oct 19th (30 days)
Project By: Gabriel Wyner
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We're the most funded app in history. Let's keep going!

September 27th - via:
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This Kickstarter sensation wants to change how you learn languages

September 27th - via:
The most successful app to launch on Kickstarter came about because its creator cheated on a French placement test. Gabriel Wyner, a Chicago-based opera singer and engineer, needed to learn French as part of his opera training. But he didn’t want to start from scratch, so he decided to make himself look more proficient than he really was (Read More)

Alumnus creates Kickstarter’s most funded app

September 26th - via:
Breaking the Kickstarter record of most funded apps of all time on Tuesday, Gabe Wyner ’01 raised over $340,000 to fund his new language learning app “Fluent Forever.” The app, based on a book that he wrote in 2014, approaches language learning differently from other apps in terms of what and how the user learns, Wyner said. (Read More)

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September 23rd - via:
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Former opera singer's language learning app on its way to becoming most funded Kickstarter app ever

September 22nd - via:
There have been a number of solid attempts at effective language learning apps in recent years, from the likes of the free Duolingo approach, to the award-winning Memrise and its subscription model. Fluent Forever could be the next great app to help you learn another language, as it has just been successfully backed on Kickstarter. And it might become the most funded Kickstarter app project ever. (Read More)

Fluent Forever App Is 2nd Most Funded App in Kickstarter's History

September 21st - via:
The Fluent Forever App uses a powerful tool known as a Spaced Repetition System. They're basically flashcards on steroids. (Read More)

Um...holy crap

September 20th - via: folks funded this thing in 17.5 hours...Um...yeah. Stuff that happenedYesterday was insanely exciting, thanks to you. I was aiming for $100k in the first day, and instead we got there in 53 minutes.  We also got "Project We Love" status... (Read More)

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