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Duolingo - Learn Spanish, French and more

By Duolingo

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2012-11-13
  • Current Version: 5.1.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 94.13 MB
  • Developer: Duolingo
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 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 170 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.

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Duolingo - Learn Spanish, French and more Reviews

  • Disappointing

    By Vgrsjjfsarjk
    The introduction of the health system has totally ruined this app.
  • Health lives

    By Bellsey10
    I have always liked duolingo but now they have introduced the health thing I have been disappointed, as Duolingo has been an app that wants to teach people languages. But to be honest I'm learning nothing as I lose my health lives and I don't want to buy them, so I have to lose my progress which really annoys me!!!
  • Health system has wrecked the app.

    By Spore°
    This was once a good app, but the health system has ruined it. I am still using it because it is the best app out there, but I am not happy. It also sometimes takes at least five minutes to load the end of each lesson, and I am using a newish device with plenty of storage. Also, get rid of the ads, they make the app seem clunky and stupid. And the bug that does not let me claim my reward has still not been fixed. But the health problem is the biggest issue. Until it is removed I am not going to change my review.
  • Horrible monetisation

    By Zyfigy__
    The learning platform itself is great, unfortunately it's ruined by a messy health system that requires constant attention to extract as much money from you as possible.
  • Health system

    By Milky1000
    How can I learn if I can't even make mistakes ?
  • Korean Please! / 한국어 주세요!

    By quicksticks1245
    Please add a Korean curriculum for English speakers please!
  • Make a Korean ver so I can study Korean

    Can YOU try making a Korean one please! It would be the world for me
  • Health

    By missy_meg
    Either make your app free or make it chargeable. Don't try to squeeze money out of people by stopping them continuing their lesson. Amazing app gone completely downhill in an attempt to make profit.
  • Please add Arabic

    By The gaming calendar
    Seems great. Did a couple a lessons on Japanese to check the app out. But it should make lessons for Arabic since it is one of the most spoken languages
  • Remove the health system

    By Talbyr
    Honestly since the health system was introduced, this app has become next to worthless next to the alternatives such as Memrise. Duolingo seem to forget they're not the only game in town and while this app has a decent interface and good exercises to get you started in a language, its competitors will eat its lunch unless they get rid of the health system fast. Mobile users are fickle and I for one have moved on from this one, maybe I'll be back if I hear they've stopped punishing learning.
  • Guessing work

    By elfesness
    Cons: A lot of their language courses ask you to simply guess new words without having shown you a translation once, if you guess wrong which is highly likely in a new language you don't know, you lose a life. You only have limited lifes per day, tho you can watch ad videos to earn more. Personally I'd think the idea of a language app is to teach you not test you on something you cannot possibly know already. There is no speech check where you can talk in a microphone, you can hear the spoken words occasionally but there is no explanation on how to pronounce certain words in lost languages except the ones without roman characters. So you have no idea if the way you are pronouncing it is correct. I would imagine that most people who learn via app will use spoken language rather than written. Pictures are confusing, some pictures you have to guess the translation for are confusing and sometimes multiple pictures could be the correct answer. If you guess wrong, you lose a life. A lot of ads. I appreciate that they want to keep the app free so ads are understandable but nonetheless annoying. Pros: a lot of different languages to chose from Verdict: good for a bit of free fun, not so good if you're serious about learning a new language and want to do it right.
  • Seems like a good idea but...

    By Hijikatakonoyarou
    I've noticed some of the translations are a little bit suspect. In the sense that they're either translated how professional translators would translate things which is where you paraphrase to make it flow nicer in the other language (nothing wrong with this obviously, but it seems stupid in a language learning course because there can easily be more than one answer then) or they just have a wrong translation. For example "美味しい" in Japanese means "delicious" not "good". The reason why I gave this such a low rating was because after having studied Japanese for a few years and seeing the way they teach it, it makes me wonder about the other language courses they offer. Do they all have basic mistakes like this?
  • Recommended

    By Fran-Iqbal
    Wonderful. Addicted to learning. I really love learning Danish BUT I would love to learn Urdu as well and it's a shame it's not on Duolingo. Please consider it. It would be amazing. Thanks for producing such a great app.
  • Brilliant!

    By Little lion girl
    This is such an amazing app. I wanted to learn some Spanish and this app is perfect. It's such an interactive, fun and diverse app. Love it and I've learned a lot already. And it's free!

    By Ihcisiwbfowhy
    I love this app but PLEASE get rid of this health thing, it's AWFUL! When I'm low on 'health' I find myself clicking on every word to make sure I don't get the answer wrong and therefore being kicked out the lesson or having to pay to stay in! So discouraging when you're trying to learn! Sort it out >:(
  • Health still isn't gone

    By Layserboy
    I'm happy you're paying attention to the feedback but like I said in every review since you messed up, I won't use the app until health has been taken out.
  • Improved but then development stalled

    By F_ranger
    This was the best app I'd seen in many many many years of being an iphone fan. It's had ups and downs. But been fairly static for a long time Probably only recommend now to beginners as it's not demanding Once you reach the end. There is no further challenge.
  • Duolingo

    By NemoClownfish
    It is sooo helpful with my French learning! Now I will be ahead in class when I start school!! Thanks!
  • Love it!

    By Julietthr
    I love this app, the only shame is that when I change the language I'm learning from remove the rest of my scores :'(
  • A great app spoiled

    By Kozobemuksaz
    This used to be a great app, but as seems increasingly the case updates have made it worse to use to the extent I have given up. One cannot progress any more due to demands for health and payment. This is the wrong approach by the writers. Much better to give free access to the lower levels so people can try it out, then make a one off charge to open lessons for the rest of that language. I understand the need to monetise, but not by frustrating the users! Two stars now, used to be 5.

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