There are 2 reasons why I decided to add an AI driven feature:
Nowadays many people talk about AI and also they expect to see something related to AI in the digital products they use on a daily basis. So adding Mowyty AI is a great move from a marketing and a user acquisition perspective.
Mowyty AI is available for the users who purchased a Mowyty Pro subscription so it’s making the Pro version of the app more interesting. Hopefully it will increase a number of the paying users.
I spent quite a bit of time on reading articles and watching videos about how people leverage AI in their digital products because I was struggling to find the use cases that would be fully beneficial for the users, not only attractive from a technical perspective. I didn’t want to use AI just because it’s a hot topic at the moment in our industry. Eventually I came up with a great AI use case for Mowyty.
Here is a user flow:
User enters a Mowyty AI screen.
AI generates a list of the topics related to Poland and life in Poland. The topics are generated in Ukrainian.
AI translates all the topics from Ukrainian to Polish so we can display both versions.
User chooses one of those topics.
AI generates a text about the topic chosen by the user in point 4.
User may read the generated text but also may choose the app to read it for them (either a full text or the particular words).
Mowyty in numbers so far:
– 11 months since the first push in a git repository,
– 16 people worked on Mowyty so far,
– 1 burnout that I had on the way,
– 2 platforms: Android and iOS,
– 1 codebase: Flutter,
– 23 followers on our Instagram profile so far (https://www.instagram.com/mowytyapp).
Mowyty wouldn’t be live now without help and hard work of everyone who contributed with their development, design, translation, legal, marketing and other services. Special thanks to the PettersonApps and Perpetio teams and my friend Ula – I’m sure that without your help and support I would give up on this idea a few months ago 🙂
It is just a beginning of course. We want to listen to feedback from our users and keep improving the product. If you have any Ukrainian friends for whom the app may be useful please share the links with them 🙂
I strongly believe that a technology doesn’t exist for itself. It does exist to make our life easier, more efficient and more enjoyable. It exists to help us. I’m working on an app that will help Ukrainians who either live in Poland or want to move there in the future. I’m working on the first in a Polish market, Ukrainian user friendly, one-language app that will let them learn Polish in their native language, not in English as it’s already possible in a few language learning apps. The app is called Mowyty. Why Mowyty? Mowyty means “speak” in Ukrainian but it’s easily understandable for Polish people as well.
There is an official Mowyty website live already, please check it out here: https://mowyty.com. Please sign up for a Newsletter to be notified once the app is available. It would be great if you could share it with your Ukrainian friends and colleagues too of course, thanks! 🙏 Speaking of the app’s availability, there will be 2 versions of the app available: for the iOS and Android platforms. I’m aiming to release the iOS one by the end of June 2022 and the Android one by the end of 2022.
What will Mowyty give you?
possibility to learn the most useful Polish words and phrases from 12 categories,
3 levels in each category, you will start with the basics and get to the more interesting vocabulary later,
2 modes: learn and test, first you learn the phrases and then you can check your knowledge,
2 types of tests: question-answers one and a memory game,
Mowyty Pro – additionally, you get the exercise sheets in a Pro version of the app!
It is the first time when I’m hiring an external agency to help me with building my product. Big thanks to Perpetio company from Lviv, Ukraine! Thanks for all your engagement, ideas and a great cooperation 🙂 I would also like to thank my friend Ula. Ula is Ukrainian, lives in Poland and is a Polish teacher (you can check her YouTube channel here https://www.youtube.com/c/PolishglotsUA) so she is the best possible source of feedback for Mowyty. Thanks for all your help, Ula! 🙂