In May 2008, the mobile phone maker Samsung said that it would create a mobile phone specifically for the Irish-language market, which would include Irish-language predictive text.
Later on, in November 2008, Samsung then announced all of its new phones launched from 2009 onwards would have "Gael Fón" - a feature allowing Irish as a language option, including predictive text, which was developed by the company - as standard.
Irish language Apps:
- Abair leat (Irish language social networking site app)
- Bábóg Baby
- Cliúsaíocht as Gaeilge
- Cúla 4
- Enjoy Irish
- Get the Focal
- Greann Gaeilge
& lots more.
October 2012 TG4 (Irish language TV channel) launched three new children apps for Iphones/Ipads/Ipods:
- Olly an Veain Bheag Bhán
- Ag Sparoi le Claude (released near the end of 2012)
Read more about this topic: List Of Irish-language Media
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