Fun Easy Learn, a widely acclaimed mobile learning app development firm that has got a couple of apps to its credit, recently redesigned and re-launched one of its flagship products, Learn French 6000 Words. The developers at Fun Easy Learn claimed that the material design of the Android has been heavily restyled and many design elements have been retained, replaced or removed in order to make the app totally suitable for devices running on Android 5 or equivalent. The owners also claimed that the database images have been heavily improved and new languages have been added to ramp up user experience.

"French is a beautiful language. Any app or tool that is designed to impart French vocabulary to beginners should be at par with the elegance of the Romance language itself. Users of the redesigned Learn French 6000 Words can now download the updated version for free or they can simply turn on the auto-update feature on their mobile to get the app automatically updated. New features include changed material design of the Android, ten more native languages, improved database images, zero bugs and a lot more," told the development team head of Fun Easy Learn to the press here in California.

The owners informed that the interactive elements can be purchased as in-app products are also available. "Enhancing user experience should not pinch a hole in the pockets of the users. In-app products can be purchased for a couple of bucks," said a product manager who is also managing the social media marketing campaign for Learn French 6000 Words and the other language learning apps from the same franchise.

"Initial response has been overwhelming. People are enquiring about the new languages added and we have also received positive feedback from users who are seemingly quite happy with the new interface and the loads of new features that we have successfully brought to the mix of things," added the product manager while being interviewed by the press. He also hinted that the other language learning apps of Fun Easy Learn would be redesigned in the same manner.