It's an amazing app. I did 120 day streak on duolingo to start and it gave me basic vocabulary, but this app is so much better at Teaching grammar and rules/patterns. Free version not really worth bothering with so paid for 3 months. I have been learning 5 months now and at the weekend I downloaded 3 Spanish GCSE reading papers and got A* on each so it's definitely working. I would prefer to have some activities added where you have to translate by text, not just choose the correct order of the given words. Need a bit more of a challenge. But LOVE the reading comprehension. They're main reason I paid.
est lanuage app i have found so far.it sucks though. u start with premium for X days then bumped down...premium is GREAT. i am still on pre account so idk what tp expect on standard. but tones of information...pay attention and your golden. i studied spanish for 3 years in highschool and this is pretty well the same way we were brought into the language. 5 stars for sure...recommendation...if u can get premium!!
I LOVE This App! I have wanted to learn to speak Spanish for many years, but I did so poorly in Spanish class in high school (oh, so many years ago!) that I never had the confidence to try again. This app has actually given me hope that I am not hopeless after all. It's so well designed, and fun too!
No personal vocabulary & social-media content Add the instrument to build up & collect personal vocabulary and to train it in several game form ways. Look how lingvoleo did that with their English app. Will be good if it is linked with some good dictionaries like abbyy lingvo so you could add the words from dictionary to this app & vice versa. What is also missed is some interesting media & social content. Would be great if the app will recommend you some articles to read or watch a movie or listen to a song & go through its lyrics or discuss smth.
Best app for a good understanding of Spanish I started with Rosetta Stone, added Duolingo to my phone, but Wlingua is the app that is actually teaching me the language. I am someone who learns best when I understand what is going on, and don't do well with simple repetition exercises. Wlingua explains gender, tenses and conjugations. Rosetta Stone expects you to pick them up from conversation. Duolingo more or less glosses over them. Also, the app is simple and easy to install and use. Highly recommended.
This app is amazing. I would definitley recommend it. So i started the trial. And was gutted when it was over. Im hesitant about paying for apps. But i took the risk (you have 30 days to change your mind) And yes. £50 quid for a year (but you can get cheaper monthly options) and i love learning spanish at my own pace on the go or on my laptop. It takes you step by step. Testing you often. Explaining all the grammer and giving you reading tasks. I would definitly recommend this if you want to learn or improve you spanish. :)