We love the idea of learning new languages with the thought of just to be able to converse with someone in their native language. Also language learning apps are great tools for travelers. So if you want to pick up a new language, we’re sharing a list of 5 top language learning apps for android users because they are user-friendly, support multiple languages, use games and other fun concepts to make language learning a over all fun experience.
We’ve been using Memrise for a while now and can safely say that it is one of the most user-friendly and fun app if you want to learn a new language. From lesson types, including games, memorization, vocabulary and grammar, Memrise has different ability levels and keeps the learner engaged. It comes in a free and pro version (paid), however even the free version has some pretty good basic lessons for beginners. The best part though is that you can learn from the native language by hearing them speak so you can catch the right pronunciation.
Best App for Learning a Language From Real Native Speakers: Memrise
Duolingo is probably one of the apps that set a base for all future language learning apps so it goes without saying that it also one of the best and easy to use apps. Apart from diverse list of languages, the lessons help a new learner with context and structure + grammer (with repetition) and they’re all free. We like how they use the trick of games to help a beginner learn a new language. Fun and play = learning.
Best Free Language Lessons: Duolingo
We’ve not personally used Google Translate, however we’ve heard from people/travelers, that is is very helpful. Google Translate supports multiple languages, it has a camera feature that translates a foreign word, you can even talk to the app. Considering all things, it’s free and one of the best apps for the wanderers.
Best Language Learning App Overall: Google Translate
If you’ve ever wanted to perfect your ability to pick out the context from a mere sentence, try Lingvist. This language learning suite focuses on familiarizing you with how common vocabulary might sound spoken out loud and in formal settings. This is also a useful skill to have on hand for skimming billboards and street signs.
This app bills itself as the “hyper-efficient” vocabulary builder, emphasizing practical words and phrases. Lingvist tests you with sample sentences using a flashcard methodology, and each session adapts to your abilities in real-time.
Best Language Learning Practice Tools: Lingvist
Now Mondly is an innovative language learning app because it focuses a lot on phrases with fun practice tools. And if correct pronunciation is important, you’ll appreciate two aspects of the app: You get to hear native speakers, and you get to practice having real conversations.
Best App Learning Accurate Pronunciation: Mondly