Great idea but the Swedish version at least is completely blind to synonyms, with the result that there appears to be only one correct translation for any word. Please note, too, whoever is responsible for maintaining this, that 'en' and 'ett' mean both 'one' and 'a(n)', and without more in the way of context it's not possible to declare one out of a choice of, for example, 'a century' and 'one century' as correct when in fact they both are.
It is very cumbersome that after completing a deck cannot go back by using the BACK button because that brings back to a previous word. Rather we need to click on home button which brings back to the beginning and then have to select the course again and the deck only after. Pls make it more convenient. Thx.
I like the idea of this app and it has great potential. It is a great complement to Duolingo. Some of the things I dislike though are that the "strength" of the cards fades too quickly and that the navigation is a bit messy.
I love it because it seems more in tune with what words you are struggling with and then repeats them several times at the end of the pack to make sure you're completely comfortable before moving on. This is something I think could be improved in duolinguo and i really like this feature in the tiny cards.
So far the best app I have found to help learn a language, it gives you pictures sounds and makes you spell them.
Inferior to the iOS version: can't turn off keyboard input like I could on that. I can't type kanji.
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