Best Language Learning Apps That You Should Know Of

Learning has been a key factor in the evolution of human beings. Their curious and investigative minds have led them to learn a whole lot of new things. One of the most important things human beings have learned is the usage of different languages for communication. Now, learning more than one language was quite difficult for a long time. Be it for work or as a hobby, a person had to enroll themselves in an institute and spend quite some time learning the basics. However, with the various language learning apps available on the internet, owning a smartphone or a laptop is sufficient for learning a new language. 


5 Best Language Learning Apps

From the pool of apps available in the market, here are some handpicked language-learning apps that you will find helpful:

Duolingo: With more than 10 million downloads and 1 million reviews, Duolingo is one of the most popular language-learning apps around the globe. The colorful and user-friendly interface, along with the gamified exercises, have made Duolingo popular among its users. The app offers to help you learn more than 30 languages absolutely free of charge and uses science-based teaching modules for greater efficiency. The “streak” feature is quite unique and keeps you motivated, and the lessons caters to you in a progressive manner. The app also comes with short audio stories to check your comprehension skills and will make you repeat certain modules if you stay away from the app for too long. If you want the ad-free version of the app with monthly streak counts, quizzes, and more, then you can opt for Super Duolingo for $7 a month.

Babbel: What makes Babbel unique is its approach to teaching a language using 10 to 15-minute modules. Not only are the lessons innovative and efficient, but they can also be taken anytime—during a lunch break, before bed, or while commuting. The curriculum of the app has been designed with the help of linguists by combining both modern and traditional methods of learning to make it interactive. The vocabulary for each class is taught using pictures, and to boost conversational skills, those taught words are used in short dialogues and phrases. Babbel offers 14 languages to choose from and is free to download. You get the first lesson for free in any course but will have to pay a monthly charge of $14.95 if you want to continue further.

Busuu: After selecting the language you want to learn from the 12 available on the Busuu app, the platform not only helps you understand how well you know the language but also what you need to learn to reach the desired level. You can set your own study plan to reach the desired goal at your own pace, and the app also mimics the traditional classroom model by using its embedded machine-learning technology. You can access the contents of Busuu in offline mode too, and the feedback from native speakers can help you perfect your tone and pronunciation of the words. The basic plan for Busuu is free, while the Premium and Premium Plus plans cost $12.95 and 13.95 per month, respectively.

Memrise: While using language learning apps, many people have raised a single problem. They complain about the fact that they find it difficult to incorporate the phrases they learn from these platforms. Memrise has smartly tackled this issue with clips of short videos of native speakers using these phrases in everyday conversation. The app also focuses on a few interesting things that make it quite special: gamification, mnemonics, memes, and spaced repetition. Most courses are combined with memes to make the learning process both fun and engaging, while the algorithm for spaced repetition makes you understand how often you need to review each word and sends reminder notifications based on that. The monthly plan for Memrise is $8.99, while you can get the lifetime plan for $139.

Rosetta Stone: A language learning app list would be incomplete without the mention of Rosetta Stone, which has been on the market for 25 years. The app helps you to teach a language by using the immersion technique, and with its TruAccent speech recognition software, you can tune your pronunciation to the finest and track whether you are on the right path. Rosetta Stone offers up to 25 language options to pick from and comes with an audio-language learning module that you can listen to on the go to learn new things. You can either get a three-month subscription for $35.97 or a lifetime subscription for a one-time payment of $299.


Wrapping Up

With so many apps available on the market, it is quite hard to select the perfect one. But the ones mentioned in the list have impressive reviews from millions of users and have successfully combined both traditional and modern methods for teaching a language. Decide the purpose of your learning, check the reviews, and then only get a subscription to the app that fits both your taste and budget.


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Sandhi Das
Sandhi Das
Sandhi is a freelance content writer and a technology enthusiast. He has written on multiple topics and worked on multiple projects. Other than writing, he is interested in art, sports, and movies.

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