EdTech Startup, Eigooo, Now Fully Supports the iPhoneX Screen

This update sets Eigooo apart from other mobile apps as it is up to date with the latest iPhoneX release.

Setagaya, Japan, December 07, 2017 — On 3 November 2017, EdTech startup, Eigooo, Inc. released their latest update which fully supports the iPhoneX screen, this update was launched even before iPhoneX was released. Specifically, the update supports the iPhoneX full screen size, iPhoneX Sensor housing and iPhoneX indicator. The widescreen makes it easier to read text which improves usability for iPhoneX users, as well as improving the overall Eigooo experience.

This is an important update for the EdTech startup Eigooo,Inc. as few apps support the full iPhoneX interface. Eigooo, Inc. CEO Mizuki Nozue had the following announcement to make, “What sets us apart from other mobile educational apps is not only our unique teaching method, but also the fact that we strive to keep up to date with current mobile advancements and developments, and ensure that our application delivers the best experience to all users, no matter their devices.”

Next on the horizon for this groundbreaking EdTech startup is a function to track statistics of user vocabulary and chat speed.

About Eigooo Inc.:
Eigooo is a mobile application that offers an English teaching service with trained English teachers. There is no video or audio involved which makes the app entirely text and picture based. Eigooo offers a host of different activities and Challenges to increase your vocabulary and improve your general English as well as English conversation skills. The app includes weekly tests to track your progress as well as fun competitions based on the app's leveling point system.

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