Best Apps to Learn a New Language


If learning a new language scares you then this is the app for you. Memrise makes learning a new language fun. The logic is that you’re likely to develop lasting skills faster if you enjoy learning.

The app mixes real-life content with language learning. There are lots of languages to choose from and an offline mode that enables you learn anywhere at your own pace and time. There’s even a chatbot to practice talking to.

The app is free for both iOS and Android

Duolingo takes you different levels to hone your skills


This app takes you through different levels, badges and topics in a range of ways that’ll keep you on your toes. With more than 30 languages to choose from, you hae the chance to speak like a native speaker if you just commit.

One thing we like about it is that there is a social feature that lets you practice with others. If you’re good in a language you can find someone trying to learn it and learn theirs or practice with other learners.
Free for iOS and Android

Rosetta Stone is for those seeking Pro Level Skills

Rosetta Stone

If you’re serious about learning a new language this is the app for you. But you’ll have to buy a subscription to get access to the service’s fantastic app, which is full of lessons and has speech-recognition technology built-in to improve your pronunciation. Their website learning tools are also awesome

Lessons can be downloaded Free for iOS and Android

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