Not good :@ I thought its a free app and was so happy to install it but I am very disappointed why there is payment stuff your app is over all fun and easy please try to make it free in full version. It will be more grateful for me. Bless you :-)
A scam I bought this app a while ago. Tried to reinstall on my phone and it tries to get me to buy it again. I wrote the developer MULTIPLE times, to no avail! No replies, nada! Would give it half a star if I could.
Very good This application is extremely good which I cannot express all the benefits of it, despite that any seeker of Arabic language for whatever reason needs to make use of this and it is highly recommended. I pray Almighty Allah to reward whoever had contributed in one way or the other towards making this material available for mankind.
BILAL YOUNAS JUTT 'Let's Talk Arabic' is the faster and easier way to learn Modern Standard Arabic, as it is: • Step-by-step lessons to teach you conversational Arabic from the beginning • Practical vocabulary and authentic everyday usage There are simple step-by-step explanations, plenty of practice talking exercises. No previous knowledge of Arabic is assumed. - The book teaches the basics of Modern Standard Arabic using a simple and effective building-block method which is proven, simple, solid and reliable, as it has been successful for few years!
The Developer has a Newer Version Learn Arabic Easily (2013 AD), may have moved to, Let's Talk Arabic (2014 AD). I noticed a few wrote after re'installing Learn Arabic Easily, (2013 AD version), the developer has not replied so then, please check the (2014 AD) update. I have not used the AD 2013, 49MB version. But the elegances and less price than Babbel for $13 a month. I feel the reviewers did not look at other Language Applications. Free is enough to learn the 'graphic user interface' and how most lessons are to be learned. Please guide me to learn Libyan Arabic. I do not wish to offend who reads this, since i DO NOT KNOW Arabic, but Libyan Arabic is the phonetic Arabic i wish to learn, and i fear the the correct meanings of letters as written in the Al-Quran are being yanked from us. To honor my Mother i wish to learn. As no meaning, is as important as the correct Al-Quran meanings. My mom strangely has perfect phonetic of all the old words, but somehow she has more than one meaning for many of the same phonetics. The English "Harem" = Prohibited. But my mom attended a school set up by the invaders, who taught her it means women for 'Free & Accept Mason' to insert lies into and devalue women's body
Good app I love this app because it tells u the meanings of different words and explains things like masculine words and feminine also u could hear the words and pronounce properly
Easy Learn / Speak Arabic with the help proper and accurate pronunciation Audio
"Learn Arabic" contains over 800 commonly-used Arabic phrases and vocabularies