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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