Basically, the A1 to C1 levels are non-existent. NOT for beginners. It just has a bank of questions; they are not sorted into levels of language ability, because you get the same questions, regardless of what level you choose. It doesn't teach you anything, because the app is obviously designed with the assumption that whoever downloads it, understands German well enough, to understand pretty non-basic sentences, and solve them. For a beginner, it's completely useless. The only good thing about the app, is the free audio practice, on the web page it links to.
Eine Gute App für Deutsch kennenzulernen Ich finde es sehr toll. Zuerst ist es Gratis und wir können viele Übungen aus verschiedenen Bücher benützen. Ich danke die Entwickler
Klasse Ich liebe Das App
Well this is not for A1
Like flicking through a school text book Market description says 'learn German', but this isn't an interactive app. It's a very old style of training as seen in school text books from the 1970's. No structure or guidance, just a bunch of tests presented as a menu structure. If you're a German student looking for extra practice this would be useful. If you're a busy adult looking to fit learning a language into your schedule - too boring to be effective.
Advanced learning Delighted to have found this app. My German comprehension and vocabulary are advanced but my grammar is appalling, so this is the perfect practice tool for me. The user interface ain't no duolingo, but at least I don't have to sit through 20 lessons of "wo ist der Bahnhof" first. Unlike any other language app I have tried so far, this should really lead an advanced speaker to fluency. Thanks!
Release 1.5 Notes:
- improved stability
- improved handling
- removed advertisment
- fixed display errors
“Learn German” contains over 800 commonly-used German phrases and vocabularies