4.55 / 5 based on 1,565 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
Good for beginners. I signed up for this app because my brother in law is trying to learn Spanish and I needed to brush up on my skills. Once you go past some of the easier beginner lessons you have to pay. I didn't want to do that but for someone looking for any easy way to learn The basics of a language this is a good app.
I love this app. Ive been refreshing my French and also very basic Japanese and other languages. I can study various languages. I can take my time. Best of all its free!
Duolingo is great for brushing up on a language you are already familiar with. It will not replace a formal class, but can be a fantastic tool. I loved meeting my daily goal and improving little by little. The games are fun and the app is easy to use. If you need to brush up on language basics, I recommend Duolingo.
This app is wonderful for learning a new language or having it help assist you while you're taking a class on a new language. I have learned Spanish from this app and I'm currently trying to take up German. It's fun and makes learning the language fun. I would recommend to anyone trying to learn a new language
It is not the best of the best but it is a fantastic supporting method of keeping things fresh and learning new grammatical rules or vocabulary from a language you're learning or studied a long time ago but don't use as frequently anymore. However, don't count on it as the sole tool you need learn a language
I love it!!! I'm italian and I used Duoling a couple of years ago to learn english.. now I'm using to learn spanish. It's totally free, I heard about that on the web. It's very easy to use, there are a couple of stuff to improve... for example if they add maybe the alphabetic and more grammatical in the beginning it would be easier to understand. I'm suggesting it to everyone that want to learn a language!!
Its an easy to use app and I like that it send you reminders to work on it a little bit each day. It has something for all learning groups, from speaking, translating from English to Spanish and Spanish to English, typing what you hear and matching the words with pictures displayed. Lessons are categorized and build off of each other. Plus you can earn points to access bonus content, like how to flirt in the language.
I have slowly been using this app. I would think if I used it everyday and a lot it would definitely make a difference, but since I only do it when I have time it's not making much difference. Yes I am learning different things in spanish, but not as I would thought I would have. Besides this, it is an amazing app and very organized. I would definitely recommend this to anyone willing to learn different languages.
It is great for learning different languages. It is excellent for immigrants or people who want to be bilingual. I love it so much. I like the voice Lessons.
When I first started using Duolingo (back when they only had 2 or 3 languages to choose from), I was impressed that a FREE service like this existed. I think there's a premium option you can get, but I don't feel it's entirely necessary unless you're trying to go to the next level. I'm impressed at all of the features they've introduced since they started years ago. The mobile app is great, also!
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