The app follows a similar route for all languages with little difference sometimes giving you very weird constructions that might not be realistic in the language you're learning. The app also assumes you know the alphabet of the language you choose, so it's not all that great from learning languages from scratch. Has interesting gamifying mechanics that might work for some people, but not all.
It seemed alright at first, but I'm struggling with grammar as it only seems to be about memorising words. Hard to make progress as your percentage fluency goes backwards each day. Tortoise button has stopped working. No UK English.
One of the greatest apps to learn languages. 4 stars as you have to strengthen all the skills one by one if you are off for a month or so. Gets really tiring and you can't concentrate on the main things as you have to start strengthening from the basics. Discouraging as you have to start all over again.
Duo Lingo is easy to use and lets you go at your own pace. I've seen more progress from using Duo than I did taking a university French class.
I'm still waiting for Mandarin years in and some of the phrases are awkward. Overall a good app though.
Should explain when mistakes are made
Ain’t no chest for the wicked...meeting your daily goal now rewards you with three lingot chests to choose from (puns that didn’t make the cut: chest we can, you’re the chest...around!)