This is neither free, nor useful. And mail spam is really annoying, also not adding any value to the user experience. Try Lingvist instead, seriously much better.
Clumsy references, awkward presentation and it is not free at all, but rather expensive for what it is. Not worth it. Linguist is loads better
I love using lingQ but the app in its current state is somewhat lacking compared to the web and IOS counterpart. The ability to highlight multiple words to create phrases which can be saved is very important and currently doesn't work on android. As soon as version 4.0 comes to android I'm sure the app will be much better! However, not sure when that will be.
This app is a dream come true, especially for Japanese, Polish, and Chinese! Thank you whoever made this for making life easier :) $10 seems really cheap considering graded readers can be 20 or 30$ each
when does version 4 come, and it will be like look ios version?
I don't see the point in 20 free links as a means for the user to experience this. You'll usually hit that pretty quickly and then there's not much you can do. How about unlimited for a week or something and then maybe reduce it back to twenty? I value Steve's language advice via YouTube and think this kind of app is a great idea (which is why the price:lingQ structure is such a shame) but I'm not going to commit $10/m to something I didn't (couldn't) fully get to experience.
New in version 3.9.14:
- Fixed issue with edited hints changing locale. Other improvements.
New in version 3.9.13:
- Fixed issue preventing users from installing the app in Android Nougat (7) devices.
New in version 3.9.12:
- Fixed login and registering issue with Google account
- Allow login with email or username
- Other fixes and improvements