In an attempt to create an easier learning experience for learners of Hebrew, several new educational software companies have released Hebrew grammar programs for Android and iOS devices.
The Hebrew software programs are designed to help learners improve their pronunciation of the Hebrew alphabet.
The Hebrew software developers claim the Hebrew grammar apps are not a substitute for Hebrew textbooks or books, but rather an opportunity to help children learn Hebrew by reading and listening to the Hebrew language.
According to the developer website, the Hebrew grammars will be available on the Google Play Store from August 18.
They are designed for children aged 8-14, and offer Hebrew grammar books, interactive videos and video games.
Hassan Gebreselassar, the founder of the company, has been offering Hebrew grammar and pronunciation apps for years.
The company said that over two million children have downloaded its Hebrew grammar app.
Hillel Meir, the CEO of the app developer, says that the Hebrew software software will allow learners to learn Hebrew and be more comfortable with the Hebrew characters, the sound of Hebrew and their pronunciation.
The app developer is also working on adding more languages to the list of languages available in the Hebrew program.
The app developer announced that its next Hebrew grammar program will include Turkish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Turkish and Spanish.
Hateva Meir said that its Hebrew software will be based on the new technology developed by Israel-based software developer Shaul Haig, who also created the app FluentU.
The company is planning to launch the Hebrew-English translation app on the Android and iPhone app stores by the end of September.
The Fluent U app uses a combination of text recognition, voice recognition and machine learning to help students learn the Hebrew.
The software was developed in partnership with Israel-backed startup Erez-Tek.