Duolingo: Apple's App of the Year

From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:

Apple has named Pittsburgh-based language learning smartphone application Duolingo as the iTunes App Store App of The Year.  Apple announced today that Duolingo, created by Carnegie Mellon University computer science professor Luis Von Ahn, was the editor's choice for 2013 App of the Year. The free iPhone app, described in Apple's App Store as "fantastically well-designed and easy to use," beat out San Francisco-based photo editing app VSCO Cam and San Francisco-based educational game Endless Alphabet.

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