Maori Language Apps

Maori Language Apps are helping revitalize the language. It is opening to a new generation and the tech Savvy generation Y
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A brand new app available on iTunes and Google Play for all want a fun challenge while learning Te Reo Māori...download and give it heaps!  Ko te reo te mauri o te Mana Māori!

A brand new app available on iTunes and Google Play for all want a fun challenge while learning Te Reo Māori...download and give it heaps! Ko te reo te mauri o te Mana Māori!

Te Reo Maori - launch of the Hika Lite app. Free on iTunes or Vodafone website

Te Reo Maori - launch of the Hika Lite app. Free on iTunes or Vodafone website

New app Kura has gone live and aims to change the way New Zealanders learn te reo Māori. Developed by Victoria University’s Faculty of Education, it includes a range of games modules that allow users to improve their knowledge and understanding of the Māori language. Users are timed and can pit their skills against others via a scoreboard. It's available for Android on Google Play and iOS on Apple’s iTunes Store.

New app Kura has gone live and aims to change the way New Zealanders learn te reo Māori. Developed by Victoria University’s Faculty of Education, it includes a range of games modules that allow users to improve their knowledge and understanding of the Māori language. Users are timed and can pit their skills against others via a scoreboard. It's available for Android on Google Play and iOS on Apple’s iTunes Store.

Hika Lite - a cool Māori language app for iphone and ipad that helps you learn te reo Māori!

Hika Lite - a cool Māori language app for iphone and ipad that helps you learn te reo Māori!

A catalogue of Māori language apps. taiuru.maori.nz

A catalogue of Māori language apps. taiuru.maori.nz

The internet and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets could be the difference for the survival of Te Reo Maori, says a senior Maori academic. - New Zealand Herald

New mobile app developed by Victoria University’s Faculty of Education, Te Kura Māori, looks set to change the way New Zealanders learn te reo Māori.

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