Fantastic learning assistant I spent several years learning Japanese then several years forgetting it. Rosetta Stone's intuitive learning companion has made it extremely simple to regain what was lost, instruct me further, and imbue confidence. The option to get away from Romaji and into Kanji is a great immersive trait. My only minor complaint is that Writing lessons will not work on any device other than a computer even though it is similar to any other lesson. Otherwise, I love this application!
Fun and rewarding I'm practicing Vietnamese because I have a friend at school who is from Vietnam, and its hard for her to learn English sometimes, so by learning her language, I can help her. And so far its been an amazing, fun, and easy to learn Vietnamese quickly. But the only flaw was that I can't learn how to speak Norwegian on here. And the reason I want to learn Norwegian is because my mom, brother, grandma, and Grandpa are Norwegian and I'd like to communicate with them in their language. They've learned English for me, now its time for me to learn Norwegian for them! 😊
Pretty good so far I've been trying to learn Greek and sometimes I have no idea what's going on and I'm not sure how the words are coming together. Sometimes it's a little guess work with the diagrams. All in all I seem to be learning vocabulary and picking up on verb conjugation. The app works nicely on my Motorola Turbo 2 and I never have any issues booting up or mid program
Works but more affordable options out there. As the title says, this program will work to a very limited extent. I've been doing Rosetta Stone for a while and I can tell you, unless you can practice it more outside of the app than with the app, you'll find that in spite of how well you do on the app, most of your vocabulary will fail you. But this will accelerate your learning. However, if you're really set on learning via smartphone, I would suggest downloading the dulango. Essentially the same thing, but free.
Great so far Recently ordered the Cd's 1-4 I think but haven't received them yet. Then I discovered this app and so far I like it. $199 for all levels app sounds great to me. Think I may send back the CD version and just buy the app version. But my question to Rosetta Stone, is the app version 100% full version like the cd? Also noticed cd version said will work with Iphones what about us Droid users?
Voice recognition issues I've been using Duolingo, and wanted something to reinforce what I am learning. This uses a good technique, and seems more particular on pronunciation (which is good), however about 1/3 of the time, the voice recognition either advances too quickly for me to speak (1-2 seconds), or picks up a "wrong" pronunciation when I haven't said anything yet. This makes the verbal sections almost impossible.
• Allows you to download lessons so you can continue learning even when you're not online.