Best language learning apps you can try right now

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Best language learning apps you can try right now
Best language learning apps you can try right now

Best language learning apps you can try right now

We are all eternal learners and we always keep our eyes open for new apps, platforms, and methods of learning foreign languages.

We’ve made the search easier for you by compiling a list of our 5 favorite language learning mobile apps. Some of them you are probably familiar with, but you may also find some new gems!

Best language learning apps.

1 . Memrise

This is your go-to place for fun vocabulary practice. There is no shortage of courses on almost every language you can imagine or invent, as there are also several devoted to constructed languages created by the vibrant community of users.

You can find standardized courses based on popular textbooks or vocabulary frequency lists. There are also less expected vocabulary collections such as “Japanese naughty words” or words from the Japanese translation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

2 . LinguaLift

LinguaLift
LinguaLift

This is a language app that is geared more towards serious learners who want a complete language program with the guidance of a tutor. Yes, they have a good app, but it’s the extra help from the professional teachers that make the difference.

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The tutors are available to answer any questions you might have. They can help with grammar, suggest extra resources, and will even assign and correct homework for those interested.

3 . Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone
Rosetta Stone

No list of top language learning apps would be complete without Rosetta Stone. Unfortunately, the only reason we’ve included it is because it’s the most widely recognized language learning program on the planet. Their whole philosophy of language learning is to ‘learn like a baby’. But there is a major flaw with this school of thought. There are much more effective and faster ways to learn a language as an adult.

4 . Duolingo

Duolingo
Duolingo

When you try to describe any other learning app how often have you heard the question “is it like Duolingo?” There is no list of best apps that doesn’t mention it. Luis von Ahn successfully merged gamification and learning, addicting people to languages and producing an app with over 100 million users. The app has become a staple example of mobile language learning.

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Many Duolingo courses are created by native speakers themselves which gave rise to perhaps less expected courses such as Guarani or Klingon. Another feature that makes Duolingo special to me is that it is not aimed solely at an English native speaker. For each language, there are specific courses that aim at those with different first languages, which to date produces 81 courses.

5 . HelloTalk

HelloTalk
HelloTalk

An app aimed to facilitate speaking practice and eliminate the potential stress of real-time conversation. Learners can find native speakers and converse with them using a WhatsApp-like chat with voice and text messages.

The best feeling is when you come across a native speaker of your target language who also wants to learn your mother tongue it is like you hit the language jackpot!

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