Very good and helpful A good helper to learning a language. This isn't a full teacher but really helps you remember and learn a language and makes it a little bit of a fun trivia game too. The only problem I have with it is that you can't remove courses from your menu and there aren't many languages you can choose but that's only a minor issue. Otherwise this app is very helpful and you should download if you're looking for a helper for speaking a language.
Fantastic free resource I've been using this app to brush up on my Italian, which I haven't used regularly for over 10 years. As of yesterday, I've established 35% fluency. I tested out of most of the units, so I can't say much about how well it *teaches* Italian, but it's been great as a refresher. Better still, it's free! Very few ads and they only show up after completed lessons, never during. It's a great app. I highly recommend it!
Easy to use, seems accurate I've been using this app for about a week and have found it to be user friendly. I do wish there were some explanations on grammar though. For example, I decided to try German and was confused as to when to use "das/der/die" until I realized "die/sie" are female, "der/er" are male and etc. Since the app prompts you with little bits of advice when you are doing exercises, this would be a nice one to have. Or an ability to make/see word lists.
Clean and Intuitive Duolingo is very easy to use and features all the popular languages. It's sad to see Arabic is missing but Hebrew isn't so that's some compensation; I'd recommend Duolingo to anyone who likes to learn on the go. I just learned about Welsh months whilst cooking chilli con carne.
Best language app out there It's simple to use and the lessons are just the right duration so you know you always have time to do just a little and with learning a language, consistency is key and this app enables that. Love the 'game' style design and just overall, after using other apps/programs, this is the one I've continued with and will stick with. Can't recommend it enough!
Notes in mobile please! The app has all the versatility of speaking and listening that the site boasts. The community threads are helpful and relevant, and the system features regular improvements. If there were one complaint, it's that the chapter notes - with the new word definitions and language rules - are not available on mobile. I didn't even know they existed for a while, and was still able to get on okay. All in all, a credible, economical, and in my opinion more effective, alternative to Rosetta Stone.
- New layout for the home screen
- Challenge correct streak animation and bonus XP
- We're hiring an Android developer: duolingo.com/jobs