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|ROSETTA STONE RECOGNIZED AS INDUSTRY LEADER WITH THREE TABBY AWARDS FOR TOP CONSUMER TABLET APPS|
ROSETTA STONE RECOGNIZED AS INDUSTRY LEADER WITH THREE TABBY AWARDS FOR TOP CONSUMER TABLET APPS
Rosetta Course and Fit Brains Trainer Among the Best iPad and Android Tablet Apps of 2014
August 6, 2014 (Arlington, VA) - Rosetta Stone Inc. (NYSE: RST), the world's leading provider of education technology and language-learning solutions, today announced it has been awarded three Tabby Awards for its language-learning and brain fitness mobile solutions. The Tabby Awards is the only global competition celebrating the top consumer tablet apps in the market. The winners were selected by an international panel of independent judges, chaired by Christopher Cunningham, Technology director of the Huge agency in New York. For the first time, a Users' Choice selection was also recognized in each category and these honorees were determined by nearly 100,000 online votes from app users.
Rosetta Stone® was recognized in the following categories as having the best iPad and Android tablet apps in 2014:
Already the preeminent brand in the language-learning space, Rosetta Stone expanded its presence in the broader education technology industry in 2013 through its acquisitions of literacy company Lexia Learning, language-learning community Livemocha®, and brain-training pioneer Vivity Labs. The company also recently launched a new Rosetta Stone Kids division, which introduced a set of popular language and literacy apps for young children. The company's expansion has bolstered Rosetta Stone's position as an education technology leader in both the Consumer and Enterprise & Education markets.
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