It's really fun. It turns language learning into a game and explains grammar nuances that Rosetta Stone doesn't cover nearly as well. I have stuck with this longer and learned more than any other language program I've tried. It just keeps getting better!
It's a good app and I'm learning a lot, but I find every other time I complete a lesson, I lose a percentage of fluency! It's quite discouraging as I have been stuck at 17-18% for almost 2 weeks now, despite having completed several lessons :/ it makes me feel like im not making progress and I should give up. If you fix this bug, the app will be worth 5 stars!
Have been using the Android version, which contains a variety of mutually-reinforcing exercises and is very useful. By contrast, the Windows 10 app seems to consist largely of written translations from the target language to English, and is far less satisfying. Stick with the Android version.
Thoroughly enjoying this app. Would be 5 stars except for one problem ... What must one do to increase fluency percentage? All chapters are fully charged, and I've reached a 30-day streak, yet my percentage remains at 28%.
I really like the app. Although it's dissapointing that the language I want to learn isn't there. So do you think you could add japanese as a language and possibly several other asian languages
Placing a "go ad-free" button under the ad exactly where the "no thanks" option has been before, is very cheap move... (ab)using the haptic memory of people to get there money is a disgrace to the reputation of your good language learning app.
- Show streak in home
- Show fluency score in home
- Challenge correct streak animation and bonus XP
- We're hiring an Android developer: duolingo.com/jobs