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Brilix Announces High-tech Application Connecting Learners & Creators

Brilix had also raised pre-seed funding of Rs 3.3 crore from Delhi and Mumbai-based angel investors earlier this year

In a bid to strengthen its leadership sphere in the hitherto education world, Brilix, the world's first and largest learning-focused Social Media Community Platform, has unveiled its highly-anticipated application. The application essentially bridges the gap between highly-qualified educators and promising learners to embark on the journey of accessible, affordable and enlightened learning. The content on the app is currently available in five vernacular languages: English, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali and Gujarati. The platform is gearing up to include more languages in the coming two months.

The Brilix app enables learners to collaborate, ask questions, follow leading educators, access free of cost content, participate in quizzes and polls, and support educational content creators to earn money simultaneously. It also allows users to send text, images, videos and voice notes in comments so that they can promptly receive solutions to their queries. The app also supports a delta four efficient reading system so that learners can access notes and e-books that can also be saved in the cloud.  

Apart from being learner-friendly, Brilix has also created a matchless platform for educational content creators. The application allows verified educational content creators to monetize their notes, study material and other informational content by sharing it with other learners on the platform. The platform is simply trying to create another Instagram phenomenon, but with educational content. 

The platform envisions to become the world's first and largest learning-focused social media platform where learners can get together and reach their goals without any hesitation, awkwardness or scepticism. In the next quarter, Brilix aims to create a community of 1 million+ users and set an unparalleled benchmark. 

 



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