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Learn Italian with Babbel

By Lesson Nine GmbH

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2011-12-21
  • Current Version: 5.5.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 83.14 MB
  • Developer: Lesson Nine GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4
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Speak Italian like you've always wanted to. You don’t sound like a robot when you speak your mother tongue (no offence to real robots reading this), so why learn Italian only to talk like one? We want to get you confidently speaking a language like you’ve always wanted to, not just memorising a list of words or learning sentences you’ll never use. Give us a go – your first lesson is free! FEATURES: • 10-15 minute bite-sized Italian lessons fit in your schedule • Lessons covering a wide range of topics (including travel, culture, and business) • Speech recognition technology aids pronunciation • Ideal for both beginners and advanced learners • Review Manager keeps Italian vocabulary in your long term memory • Learning progress synchronized across all your devices and on the web WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT US: “Good news travels fast — 92% of Babbel users improve their language proficiency after just 2 months of use.”* *Vesselinov, R. and Grego, J. The Babbel Efficacy Study. New York 2016 The World’s Highest Grossing Language Learning App Fast Company # 1 Most Innovative Education Company 2016 PLEASE NOTE You will need a subscription in order to get access to the full learning materials for one language. For each language there are four subscription options available: One-month subscription for £7.99 Three-month subscription for £14.99 Six-month subscription for £25.49 Twelve-month subscription for £44.99 Each subscription will be automatically renewed unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current payment period. Your iTunes account will be automatically charged at the same price for renewal within the 24-hour period prior to the end of the current payment period unless you change your subscription preferences in your iTunes Account Settings. When a subscription is canceled, access to the app’s courses and features will expire at the end of the current payment period. Privacy policy: http://about.babbel.com/en/privacy/ Terms of use: http://about.babbel.com/en/terms/ GET IN TOUCH Any ideas, comments or feedback? Then we’d love to hear it! Email us at support-mobile@babbel.com YOU CAN ALSO ... ...visit us at www.babbel.com … like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/babbel.languages … watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/LessonNine … follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/#!/babbel ... or on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/babbel.languages/ Your Babbel Team

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Learn Italian with Babbel Reviews

  • Love it!

    5
    By Animapix
    Really great way of learning a language, short of living in the country. Interactive app. feeds back whether you're pronunciation is correct and covers the same words & phrases in a variety of ways to help reinforce what you've learnt. Can be adjusted for beginner, intermediate or advanced students.Great!
  • One of the best.

    5
    By zee_zee
    I love this app. It's very easy to use. There are many courses and exercises to choose from and it's very reliable. Has helped me learn Italian in the most pleasant of ways 😃
  • Thorough grammar course

    4
    By Trish Fowlie
    Babbel is good on explaining grammar and reinforcing learning, but isn't terrific on culture (e.g., no explanation of "numero chiuso" - do I infer some Italian universities don't have admission criteria? - "liceo" I'd have thought was a senior secondary school, like "lycée" in French, not just a "high school" that you would leave at 16 - "private" universities, unusual concept, are they places for rich, but not too bright students?) I have been completely mystified by some words (allegedly English) I've never heard, and aren't in my serious English-Italian dictionaries. "Crosswalk" isn't a demonstration, but a pedestrian crossing/zebra crossing, so I'm wondering whether everyone's always cross -arrabbiato- in the US when they try to get to the other side of a road!! And as for "ribbet"? Frogs on the other side of the Atlantic make different noises, apparently - British frogs croak, Italian frogs do a similar cra-cra... It's not so bad with food. If you've ever travelled to Rome, you'll know that waiters decide what your mother tongue is as soon as you enter, and arrogantly assume a menu in Italian will be too challenging for you, therefore presenting you with a badly translated "English" version- as if we didn't eat in Italian restaurants all the time, and as if foreigners were incapable of learning other languages! Somehow in Italy I guessed correctly the meaning of "eggplant" - its an aubergine - "melanzana", nothing to do with hens and battery farming - and Roman waiters generally assume that even if you make a request in Italian, you won't understand the answer, so reply in translationese. "Il conto, per favore" can be met by a demand for a cheque! Nobody carries a cheque book any more, most of us have to search the house on the rare occasions that some time traveller from the last century asks for one, and never would you dream of travelling anywhere with such an item. Fortunately, having some Italian, my panic was soon over when I offered my carta di credito or contanti. It does cross my mind that he thought "cheque" was English for "bill", but that was in aftersight. Just why Europeans on the mainland assume anglophones are incapable of learning other languages is beyond me. UK citizens of my age learned at least French, and if hoping to go to university, Latin. Canadians know Quebec-French. In the US, Spanish is not far behind American as mother tongue. So, overall, Babbel is good, but perhaps I should have done a crash course in American first. But which American? Even with our 4 nations in UK, misunderstandings arise all the time, even with posh versions - English Standard English is not Scots Standard English, let alone Irish or Welsh English.
  • Hmm

    3
    By SKODRIS
    Can't say that I am that impressed to be honest! It's really quite boring! The subject matter is of very little interest, tried changing my profile to see if it improved, but didn't! As said before doesn't allow for typos either! Waste of my time and money.
  • Suggestion

    4
    By Dander123
    This is less of a review more a suggestion because the app does exactly what it advertises to do. I would suggest to the creators that it doesn't immediately say you are wrong and move on to the next question because it's often a typo that is to blame. It is quite off putting at times, thank you
  • Well worth the fee, love Babbel!

    5
    By Ridiculou5
    I had been using duolingo for a long time before starting babbel. Babbel is a lot more detailed and structured, explains the background of grammar etc and uses useful language. Well worth the fee that I paid for the year
  • Major issues with subscription management

    1
    By FiloSoficalPhil
    Just installed the Italian, subscribed for 3 months, cancelled auto repeat subscription and now App gets stuck trying to authorise that. So far can't actually use the App. Have had to uninstall and reinstall but the same happens each time. Disappointing and frustrating, especially if the subscription now renews as the cancellation hasn't been acknowledged as cancelled. Be warned.
  • Good Help For Uni!

    5
    By Cathey-97
    I am currently using this app to help me with learning Italian at uni and so far it hasn't failed. Good app, like it a lot.
  • Great Ap

    5
    By Mackfrance
    Used Babbel alongside Duolingo to learn both French and Italian. Enjoyable learning, good value and great results. Now working in France and I visit Italy most weeks. Being able to communicate with locals makes life more enjoyable.
  • Auto renew scam after a year

    1
    By Johnsclark
    So they just took money off me with the application auto renew scam. If it not a scam why would you have it set to auto renew without asking up front. Bad bad bad company
  • Excellent

    4
    By Vision Sect
    Great app, simple and enjoyable to use.
  • A great app

    5
    By Thomo Bocko
    You learn quite a lot in just a few lessons and it is absolutely amazing.
  • Italian

    5
    By Panicstation
    Amazing learning tool fantastic well worth the £15 every 3 months
  • Subscription Cancellation

    1
    By Matthew E-J
    It is almost impossible to cancel your subscription once it is set up. Think carefully before subscribing to this service.
  • So, I thought this was a free app...

    1
    By Rosa Rabbit
    ...not so! You get a "taster" session for free and then have to pay for anything further. It really should say that in the information rather than "in app purchases." What they mean is, "once you have the app, you have to purchase." This was a waste of my time downloading, but I am sure if you have the ££ it would be good.
  • Total Nightmare

    1
    By Doug697
    Frantically, trying to find out how to cancel repeating subscriptions. Zero response from 'help' section. I'd advise you to keep away or you'll need to cancel the card you used to pay in order to get free of this scam.
  • Fantastic!

    5
    By CastawayKnitting
    I love this language app... I actually look forward to downloading the next lesson and gradually I can feel my knowledge building. A fantastic way to learn a language!
  • Great language app!

    5
    By babygem1984
    I decided to get back into studying Italian after 15 years and this app has been great! The lessons are easy to follow, the methods are very interactive and don't feel like the usual slog through grammar and vocabulary, but not only that it's as re-sparked my love for the language all over again. If you are brand new to Italian or if you want to pick it back up again I cannot recommend Babbel highly enough. Not only does it teach you the basics but all the nuances within the language are included and even little cultural tips that will help you when you're visiting Italy.
  • Simple and effective

    4
    By Italian junky
    Best language app out there, conversational skills in no time, worth the money, simple and effective
  • Babel Italian

    5
    By Kassandravirginia
    Very easy to use

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