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By Duolingo

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2012-11-13
  • Current Version: 5.1.14
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 92.24 MB
  • Developer: Duolingo
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
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Duolingo is Apple's iPhone App of the Year! Duolingo is the world's most popular way to learn languages with over 200 million users. 23 languages to choose from. Super fun and free — Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Irish, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Turkish, Norwegian, Polish, Hebrew, Esperanto, Vietnamese, Ukrainian, Welsh, Greek, Hungarian, Romanian, and Swahili. Oh, and English too. "Far and away the best language-learning app." —The Wall Street Journal "Duolingo may hold the secret to the future of education." —TIME Magazine PC Magazine Editors' Choice for Language Learning: "Among iPhone apps for learning or practicing a language, you can't beat Duolingo." "The most productive means of procrastination I’ve ever discovered. The short lesson blocks are painless and peppy, and reaching the next level (and then the level after that) becomes addictive." —Slate Duolingo is changing the way people learn languages. With Duolingo, you learn a language for free. You have fun while you learn, leveling up and competing with friends. Yeah, it's pretty sweet. -------------------------------------------- If you choose to purchase Duolingo Plus, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. Current Duolingo Plus subscription price starts at $9.99 USD/month. Prices are in U.S. dollars, may vary in countries other than the U.S. and are subject to change without notice. If you don’t choose to purchase Duolingo Plus, you can simply continue using Duolingo for free. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service:

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Duolingo Reviews

  • Favourite game

    By Bexicle
    I’m totally addicted to this. It’s like so many of the challenging game apps, but I’m actually learning languages too. Fantastic!
  • Disappointed as well

    By Dan Starling
    I’ve used this app for a while now, it was amazing before the health system was introduced. Now I feel worried about making a minor mistake as I will be blocked out from continuing my progress unless I am perfect every time. This is not the way people are meant to learn! As another reviewer notes I could get around this by watching ads or purchasing the gems but I haven’t come to this learning app to watch ads. The content is great and I was really learning my chosen languages, but I’m afraid I am going to have to delete and try a competitors app. It’s a shame that the developers have chosen profit over the learning experience of their users.
  • Almost perfect...

    By KaptianKaos8
    Duolingo has been a great way to eat my spare time, and for educational purposes it has been very helpful towards GCSE’s etc. but I have some problems No grammar lessons: how are we supposed to know the grammar. If you’re learning an easy language like Dutch, Norwegian or Esperanto, you could figure it out with a bit of luck. But, for Greek, Russian, German, Hungarian, Vietnamese, Japanese or Korean, there is no chance you will get the grammar. Other than that, perfect! Although languages like Chinese, Arabic and Hindi would be good to add.

    By HelenaTheAmazing
    Ok, so I’ve experienced loads of language apps and this is by far THE BEST! I’ll explain why: First we have the pronunciations and the illustrations. Now, the illustrations really help me. (Well, when I first start a language)😎 Personally I think, the pronunciations are very clear. And I especially think the idea of a button to slow down what they’re saying is EXTRA help! And the tortoise on it is cute too. Whatevs. Next the bot chats are so, so, so (infinity so’s after) HELPFUL! These really spice up my knowledge and sometimes I forget that I’m talking to bots. 😊 Finally I totally RECOMMEND IT to you! #Download Now! By A Duolingo Lover! P.S Also download the flash cards app, it rocks!👊
  • Amazing for free, inspiring user experience

    By Alexdesf
    What an amazing resource for free! It’s a pleasure to use with neat clear design. My only criticism is some of the content choices for Dutch... why teach people to say things they would never say... like “The man is an apple”? Or “You are women, the boys and the girls read”... This is not the app’s fault but course writers I suppose. Still very good to get started learning a language.
  • Great app to get started in French and build Vocab

    By Melissa chatterboxes
    I previously had issues with this app not progressing my fluency % for ages despite putting lots of work in, which was deflating me a bit, but the app seems to have updated and is all good. I wouldn't have got as far with the language without this app, so highly recommend it to others. The only criticism I would have is that I wish they would include more everyday phrases that are likely to be practical whilst out in France, but I've still rated it 5*. Also, the speaking and listening activities aren't very reliable so have disabled them, you can say what you like in to the speaker and will say that is correct (or not) when you've just said something random in English, so not great. Try finding a podcast course to compliment what you learn on Duolingo
  • Duolingo Rating

    By Hesta98
    I find duolingo to be a fun way to learn and I’m learning Dutch very quickly through it. However £6 per month is too expensive so I have to wait until the next day if I can’t do the lesson correctly, which understandably then makes me feel very anxious about doing it!
  • Fantastic app

    By Kneetrembler668
    I’ve been quietly doing Duolingo now for two and a half years and it’s proved to be successful. During a visit to France this year my wife was amazed on how much I had improved and understood our French hosts. It takes just a few minutes each day and will continue to use it and have fun doing it.
  • Excellent

    By D'uh
    Just beware initial setting. Once set ( basic casual advanced) it is virtually impossible to reset it. Fine if you started from basic as I did, even though I have a little working French but would have been so frustrating if the initial level was too high. You lose Health points with each mistake. You need health points to continued with a module. The only way to get health back is to go to practice modules or spend reward points which would all have led to greater frustration. Health points take about 4 hours to accrue without practise modules or rewards spent. Apart from that it is really addictive! You really feel you are learning.
  • Duolingo

    By You cheat 😖
    It's great for learning new languages but when I was going over this I've already done it said I was wrong do I put the answer it told me to and it said I was still wrong
  • Duolingo

    By by lollipop
    I wish I could delete sessions
  • Very handy app

    By @padface
  • If you need support don't bother!!!

    By Joeonthebus
    Had a few issues with the app recently, I've tried tweeting duolingo and there is NO reply. To learn languages with this app I'd suggest ensuring that you have a basic grounding in the language First as it has a system that punishes wrong answers and then charges you to continue learning after a few mistakes.
  • Great free app

    By DeepakUK
    I also have the Windows version and the two apps synchronise fine with where I am with my learning. The teaching runs slightly differently between the two but the overall course is the same. Some answers I disagree with, and for others the British way of saying a sentence may not be marked correct. You need an Internet connection to use, for the free ap anyway. But still a great free ap (with ads).
  • Great for a free app but...

    By JLeigh129
    This is my first time using Duolingo. As someone who speaks fluent French and has intermediate level Spanish i decided to try learning German which is nothing like the romantic languages. The app could be 5 stars if it at least gave some basic grammar/rule advice. It is helpful for someone in the beginner stages to see the verbs conjugated in all their glory or the plural rules basically set out before embarking on the challenge. I have found it a bit frustrating at times when I get a verb wrong and I am not told why!
  • Long Time User

    By NZG77
    I have been a long time user and love this except now for the health status, meaning if you get a certain amount of questions incorrect, you can’t use the app for a certain amount of time. Please change this!!
  • The best way to learn a new language at leisure

    By LouiseRobi2
    I started doing Duolingo in 2013 when my daughter told me about it and have not missed it a single day since, I am on a 1322-day streak with nearly 270,000 xps - more than half doing Italian!! I have also learned French, Spanish, Portuguese, all to Level 25. I recently started to learn German and am at Level 20. For me Duolingo is a great way to learn a language at my own pace. As I travel a lot, it is also more useful for me to practice languages than doing crosswords! And it’s free!!
  • What a great way to learn.

    By Rich-Mich
    Been doing this most days for last 9 months and have found a wonderful way to learn. Using Duo and Watching a few u tube Spanish learning videos is really helping. 33%! Fluent !
  • Okay app but could improve

    By Susekxk
    This app works well and the reminders are good too, however the sound effects are very off putting and annoying. Also, some sentences are a not very useful in every day conversation. However, the amount of languages they teach are substantial.
  • Great for mental stimulation

    By Alix53
    I have been using Duolingo for nearly two years now. It has helped me learn Spanish from scratch and enhance my school girl French so that I am now over 50% fluent in both. I have been learning Welsh for over a year, and recently started Norwegian but not as many templates are used for these languages as there are for French and Spanish, so it makes them a bit more difficult to learn. It would be helpful if all the templates could be used for Welsh and Norwegian e.g. match the words, speak what you hear and check, match the missing word in this sentence. I enjoy that learning with Duolingo is like playing a game and I think it is a great asset to humanity.

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