10 best language learning apps for Android
Learning a new language can be difficult. It’s a whole new set of vocabulary, grammar and cultures to learn. There are a variety of tools that can help with this process. We can’t teach you a completely new language, but we can help you find some tools we hope will make the process easier.
(Here are the best language learning apps for Android) See the end of the article for a full list of our language learning apps for specific languages. We also have a huge list of translation apps that you can find by clicking here!
Tandem or HelloTalk
50Languages is a Google Play developer with tons of language learning apps. In fact, 50 languages are not a misnomer. (You can learn dozens of languages official app.) In addition, developers have custom apps for most of their languages. Teaches basic sentences and vocabulary.
The user interface is pretty good and worked well during our tests. It is a good starting point for frequent travelers or for those wanting to start a language. It’s also relatively cheap compared to most other apps like this one.
Duolingo made a lot of noise. Its central principle is that language learning should be free. Therefore, all supported languages are available for free from start to finish. Use a game concept where you learn new languages by playing little games that show you new vocabulary and grammar. It doesn’t sound too bad, but the developers brag that 34 hours of gaming equals one semester in college.
Google Translate is a great tool. As the name suggests, the app translates a wide variety of languages into other languages. He has support for dozens of them. It’s a great way to find out what words mean in other languages. In addition, the app includes a camera feature that allows you to translate words by pointing your camera at them.
You can even talk to the app and it will translate the words for you. It’s a powerful app for travelers, but it can also be used by language learners. It is worth collecting. Microsoft Translate is also a great translator that can help people learn languages.
Language Drops is a Google Play developer with a wide variety of language learning apps. Each language has its own app and the developer supports dozen of languages. Some are difficult to find in other applications. Drops uses a simple philosophy. It focuses heavily on vocabulary and hardly on grammar.
( Memrise is one of the most popular powerful language learning apps.) The application comes with a free version and a pro version (subscription). The free version offers some basic lessons. This gives you a chance to try it out.
The Pro version is a subscription that also opens all other lessons. The app offers a variety of lesson types including games, memorization, vocabulary and grammar, and a learning element for the social community.
Mondly is another great language learning platform. It supports nearly three dozen languages. This platform focuses on conversational learning rather than repetitive vocabulary. You first learn to speak to people and then you learn to speak in the language. Besides, it comes with decent speech recognition for voice practice, phrasebook,