4.55 / 5 based on 1,560 Reviews
Duolingo is Apple's 2013 App of the Year! Learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, and English. Totally fun. Totally free. PC Magazine Editors' Choice for Language Learning: "Among iPhone apps for learning or practicing a language, you can't beat Duolingo." "Far and away the best free language-learning app." —The Wall Street Journal "We’ve also tried a few other methods such as book learning and Rosetta Stone, both of which bombed. That’s why I jumped at the chance to try Duolingo. And believe me, it’s addictive." —FluentIn3Months.com Duolingo is changing the way people learn languages. With Duolingo, you learn a language completely free, without ads or hidden charges. You have fun while you learn, leveling up and competing with friends. You have the opportunity to translate real-world texts in the language you are learning, and in doing so, help us translate the Web into other languages. Yeah, it's pretty sweet. see more...
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- "It makes learning a language (and refreshing yourself on an old one) so easy and fun!" in 5 reviews
- "This is a fantastic app for reviewing a language you already know, or even learning some of the basics of a new language." in 5 reviews
I used this before my study abroad to Germany. The app was very helpful! I learned basic vocabulary and got experience using the words in sentences! It was very good quality for the price. I wouldn't recommend this for someone trying to become extremely fluent in a language. However, it's great for learning vocabulary!
Love this so much! I took three years of Spanish in high school, but during my last year, I didn’t have the best teacher. Using duolingo helps me remember some vocabulary that I learned. It’s also great for remembering grammar rules.
This app is great. I am relearning Spabish. Its easy but challenging at the same I really like that you can work with others inside the app. I feel it helps with pronunciation when you hear a fluent speaker of the language rather than the computer. Once I get familiarized with Spanish, I plan to use the app for French.
I started using Duolingo a few weeks ago, and I've already learned so much! They're free lessons (with a few ads thrown in) but you really learn. The website is more effective than the app, I think. I only use the app on the weekends when I don't have access to my computer. But other than that, it's a great platform.
This app allows you to learn languages that you are not native in but not only is it simple to use, it sets reminders, it gives you personalized tests to review what lack on and its so cute with how it does it! My favorite thing to do is buy outfits for the bird after i gain enough gems from practicing a language!
This is the perfect app for learning another language! It personalizes your learning to best fit you. It uses classic teaching strategies to get you to memorize words and terms. I think this app is a perfect gateway to anyone who might take language classes in the future so they can get a good (and fun) headstart!
This is a really nice website that covers all the basics of every language. It is reliable and I like how they teach in ways that the modern children will understand. It has a nice variety of languages and covers very basic fun topics. I wouldn't use it to learn a whole language but for practice it is fun and free!
Used this app to learn French back in my Freshman years in college. It helped me a lot as I learned French reasonably fast but why I loved it a lot is that it got me through hard times. Being able to speak only two languages in a place filled with multi-cultural students was hard, but this app helped me fit in.
Duolingo is pretty great! Both my 9 year old and I can use it, and it works well for us equally! PLUS, it's free! I like the games that we can play and how we can be in a learning group together. Definitely fun and engaging learning. We always tell everyone looking to learn a new language to check out Duolingo!
I started using this app already pretty fluent in French, when I was living in France just to kind of keep up with grammar and easy conversational things and it was great. I think this app is good for first time language learners, those looking to learn another language, and those looking to refine those they already speak.
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