In a move that will have bee lovers across the country excited, the Bee Movie spelling bee will be updated on Saturday with the correct spelling of the word bee in the title and subtitles.
“The Bee Movie spell-checker app is now updated with the spellings of bee movies,” the company wrote on Facebook.
“You can now also click on a movie title to see how the movie’s pronunciation has changed.”
While the original version of the BeeMovie app didn’t spell the word “bee,” the app now has a better understanding of the spelling bee.
The app will now correctly spell “beetle” as “beets.”
BeeMovie, which has more than 20 million downloads, uses an algorithm to match movie titles to their spellings, but there’s no word for the word.
The BeeMovie spelling bee was created by two bee experts who were searching for an accurate spelling of bee, according to CBS News.
“We have to have a word that’s correct, because there are a lot of words that have bee on them,” said Dr. Daniel Vidal, a bee expert and professor of pediatrics at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
“It’s not always easy to spell it accurately.”
In addition to the BeeMovies spell-checking app, BeeMovie also includes a bee-themed website and a Bee Movie video on YouTube.