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If you have an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and want to learn Navajo, there’s an app you should check out. Navajo Toddler works by displaying digital flash cards with cartoon images and corresponding written and spoken words in Navajo. … Continue reading
Thornton Media recently announced the release of a first-of-a kind application for the iPad and iPhone that teaches users to write in Cherokee syllabary. This comes on the heels of iPad/iPhone creator Apple’s release of software enabling the use of … Continue reading
The Cherokee Nation has partnered with consumer electronics giant Apple in the development of language software for three of its most popular products- the iPhone, iPod, and iPad. Apple’s line of computers, Macintosh, has supported the Cherokee language since 2003. … Continue reading