We got featured on a very cool lithuanian magazine: Naujoji Komunikacija.
Click on the picture to read the article (of course it’s in lithuanian)
The article is by Adomas Rutkauskas
We just made it happen: from today it will be easier to learn japanese…using Bliu Bliu.
We spent some time fixing and optimizing our system and Bliu Bliu is finally japanese friendly.
We asked our beta tester to check it and this is a reply we got form our BLIUser Mathieu:
I just received the answer of my Japanese teacher and this is perfect, great work. That’s a good present for my birthday (today) to be able to use bliu bliu for Japanese.
Few seconds ago someone started to learn Danish and became our 4000th Bliuser.
The revolution is growing.
Finally we found a name for you: you are not a user anymore, you are a BLIUser. How cool is BLIUsers? Thanks Eleonora for the suggestion!
The Next Apple is here
Dear BLIUsers, we are back to the office. Basically we never left since we spent the entire weekend working on new cool features coming this week.
The entire community around Bliu Bliu is very excited and we can’t wait to surprise you.
The Next Apple is here
It’s Saturday and we just want to give you a gift, not sure you will like it
We played a bit with lithuanian language in the office today and this is what came out
Have a lovely weekend, with people you love speaking languages you like.
Dear Bliu Bliuer (we need to find a better name!)
today Millionaire, an italian magazine, is talking about us around page 72-74 with an article about the lithuanian startup situation.
Few weeks ago I had a nice conversation with an italian journalist, Giancarlo, about the current situation and why it’s so interesting for an italian to start a business here in Vilnius.
They are talking about Bliu Bliu on the home page of BZN Start, a lithuanian magazine about business, featuring the story of our CEO Claudio Santori, who traded a beautiful lithuanian girlfriend with 4 developers (all guys!).
Hopefully this is the only bad decision he will make while building the foundation of Bliu Bliu.
Here is the article (in Lithuanian):
We have a beta version of Irish language in the system. We added it two days ago and we have 1243 texts to read + 43 videos. You will simply love it!
You can also improve your Hindi on Bliu Bliu, but to be honest we haven’t refined it very well and it doesn’t work the way it should. But it’s better than most of the things out there
PS: we improved the way we find the NEXT BEST TEXT or VIDEO and the experience got so much better. It feels so easy to learn new languages.
27 min – it’s a long interview but it’s a lot of fun. If you want to hear lot of interesting things about the startup world – you must watch this!
We are experimenting on Bliu Bliu. Today we added two new features
TRANSLATE A WORD
While using Bliu Bliu no dictionary needed. If you don’t get a word, can’t understand the meaning, just pass your mouse over and wait a second. A window will come up with a translation.
STAR A CONTENT
If you really like an article or a video, you can click on the star to let us know about it. Later on next week you will be able to find all your starred content, to review your favorite videos. Plus we will use this information to show mainly content that has been previously starred by other users.
We are growing, very fast
And tomorrow we are at LOGIN conference, Vilnius, we will post more on the blog tomorrow morning.