Linguoo is a community of +260 readers, storytellers and developers around the world in a global project to crowd-voice the web and fight for more accessible applications. COLLECTIVE COLLABORATION or crowdsourcing is one of the biggest forces in the world and is changing the way we share. In Linguoo we use the concept of crowd-voicing, to create a Google-made-of-audios with people, not bots. We record online articles, audiobooks and tales for kids with real people to donate them to ONGs related to visual impairment and dyslexia. Also, with all the audios we upload we collaborate with universities and companies to improve speech technologies. Because of this, Linguoo was awarded by Google, the Knight Center for Journalism for the Americas, UNESCO and MIT. Join NOW to our revolution.
In Linguoo each person reads one article per day, to allow others to listen to the web, creating a Google-made-of-audios for people with visual impairments and for the new digital generations. And with this little action, we help thousands of people to listen to the web in a more humane way and from anywhere in the world. People who can't see, people with dyslexia, people with no time to read and everything, through people who want to be part of a change that improves the world.
We are all part of something bigger, and Linguoo is what it is thanks to the community. We created Linguoo to be a multi-language platform, where we work in a decentralized way like Wikipedia, and where readers from all over the world read articles and upload them to a platform, so they can be heard from smartphones or the web, in any place.