Top 10 Language Learning Apps

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I use Duolingo, Memrise, and I just started Lingua.ly. Here's a link to an article with some more apps. Has anyone tried Hellotalk?


https://www.lingualift.com/blog/best-language-learning-apps/



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I'm also using Duolingo because it's free. Haha. Will try others too when I have extra time. Thanks for sharing! :blush:

Edzky-18

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I use Duolingo and memrise too but it appears memrise is no longer free. After learning a few words,you have to pay to advance to the next level. Im going to try lingua.ly, never used it. Thanks for sharing!

Kevwe A.

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Duolingo seems popular. I think I can recall using it before and it was good. I just have trouble sticking with things. But it is very helpful! Thanks for the list of other apps maybe I'll try some of those!

Taylor Fabio

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Lingua list and mind snack

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im using Duolingo :blush:

do the right thing even when nobody is watching

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And Lingualift ranks its own app highly on its own site  


Thanks for sharing. I have tried Memrise as well, but mostly use Duolingo on the desk top. It'll be interesting to check out some of the other options. HelloTalk seems quite interesting - I remember I used to have foreign penpals. 

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Has anyone else used learning not an app a site I think ? 

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I like memrise. I've used HelloTalk and love some of its features (text correction etc) but have yet to find a partner that works for me. One of my favorite method for 'studying' is to listen to songs in Spanish on Spotify and to read the lyrics (with the app Musixmatch). I think the available resources rely depend on your target language. 


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1st choice duolingo

mesmerise and bussu i have tried but long back

hello talk interesting if u have good partner and timing difference is not an issue

tiny cards is a kind of duolino's extension

anki app had to create own cards... don't remember getting ready made cards like in tiny cards

rest don't know


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I had tried few ones but among those, Duolingo is best to me. Still I do use that app...

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Posts32Likes9Joined27/9/2019LocationИжевск / RU
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Thank you for the list of applications. We need to study them all. I only used the Duolingo app. I downloaded it even when my son was small, for learning English. Very cool application, good graphics, interesting content. The son began to repeat the words after a week. I decided to improve my knowledge and set a more difficult level. I think this is the most convenient way to learn a language. In a playful way, the phone is always at hand, and you can definitely find 5-10 minutes a day.

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Learning a language in this era is more simple than old days. If anyone wants to learn any new language (just like spanish or other languages) and he/she don't find any source in their area for learning, then no problem at all.


We just have open our computer or smartphone to learn any language and search for websites which is give us service of learning (some are free some are paid).


You can use your smartphone also to download some language apps which will track your learning and give you time to time reminder. I have my personal list of best apps(https://www.tech21.org/language-learning-apps/) which help you to learn any language and this apps compatible with any devices.

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