Deutschtrainer A1

3.6
1.29K reviews
100K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

How do you count in German? What are fruits and vegetables called? How do you tell time in German? What do you call family members? How do you plan a trip with your friends?
10 chapters guide you through vocabulary and structures on topics of German daily life. You practice names of food items, furniture and professions. You practice numbers, telling time and paying in a restaurant. You listen to some friends plan a trip. The app combines listening, reading and writing and helps you practice basic vocabulary.
Updated on
Dec 9, 2022

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Ratings and reviews

3.5
1.22K reviews
Douglas Swift
April 7, 2022
Although this covers A1 material well, there is a significant programming error in this app. Specifically when you type an answer if you press the space bar after the last letter the app will mark your answer wrong due to the space. This app is not ready for prime time! I don't think I'm wrong for expecting better out of the organization that is recognized as the gold standard in certifying the ability to speak German.
27 people found this review helpful
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Vitaliy K
August 23, 2022
Good. Will give 5 if you fix the bug. Why don't you have other levels? But developer should go to hell. If you switch the app and wait long enough (so that activity will be destroyed or with Do not keep activities flag in developer settings) and switch back it will crash. And it's annoying to start task from the beginning. It's also not so gut that you don't have 'Next' button instead of 'done' the keyboard when you need to input text in boxes.
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Olly Othalian
November 18, 2020
This app is for those people who already understand some German and want to improve it and is not, I feel, for a novice. It helps correct and consolidate what you already know. My only issue is it doesn't help with spoken German where you have to repeat something. Such a feature would be great for those people who unlike me has a native German speaker at hand to practise with. Lastly, the position of the answers to the questions should be changed each time so users need to think about the answer
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What's new

- Redesign of the click tracks: it is now easier to compare your solution wit the correct solution.
- Redesign of the score calculation
- Optimization new Android versions
- Minor bug fixes and improvements to the user experience