Amazing Language Learning Apps for iPad


Amazing Language Learning Apps for iPad

Ability to speak multiple languages is one of the best thing to have as it not only helps you find better career opportunities but being familiar with other languages opens you to other cultures helping you to grow and evolve overall as an individual.

We have come across hundreds of apps in the app store, but we have picked best language learning apps as a collection; no matter which language you want to learn. Whether you’re preparing to travel or just feel it’s important to learn another language, using these apps is a great way to get a feel of the language.

Check out these amazing apps for iPad that you can use to learn a new language.

1. Duolingo

One of the top choices that come to the mind when talking about learning another language. The interface is simple and turns provides learning in a Gamified way. The more answers you get correct, the more you’ll earn and the more you’ll learn! The main way Duolingo aims to teach you a foreign language is by repetition, conversation, and audibly speaking. If you go several days without completing any lessons, your skill level will fall and you'll have to go back and strengthen those skills again. This method means you stay motivated to practice regularly.

2. ConjuVerb

Rated #1 iOS App for learning Spanish in About.com 2013 "Best iOS App for Learning Spanish"

This is a great app for all the Spanish learners. It enables the user to look up and conjugate Spanish verbs easily.

3. Hello-Hello Spanish for iPad

Use this app's innovative methodology for building communication skills, vocabulary, and more in Spanish. This app offers the ability to take notes, and even learn offline.

4. Beginner Japanese for iPad

Start learning Japanese on your iPad in just minutes each day using this iPad app. Follow storylines, get personal teachers, and even detailed lesson notes with cultural insight.

5. Mindsnacks

Use this app to play games, complete challenges, and master words and phrases in Italian. User can learn Spanish, French, Italian, German, Japanese, Portuguese and Chinese.

6. Human Japanese HD

This app features Japanese learning with a human touch, teaching students not just canned phrases, but also how to build a linguistic and cultural understanding. In Human Japanese HD, you'll find animations, recordings, interactive games, and much more to help you master the Japanese language.

7. French 101 Vocabulary

In this app, you'll find basic French language vocabulary, including money, family, weather, date and time, all in interactive study tools that can be used with or without network access.

8. Free French Essentials

AccelaStudy shares this education software for learning new French words quickly and permanently. You'll be able to hear native speaker audio, find commonly used verbs, and track your learning progress with automatic statistics.

9. Memrise

Visual learners would love this app since it uses visual cues and puns to help you learn phrases and words. Each word or phrase is paired with memorable cartoons, sentences, or phrases that you can pick from according to what sticks to your mind the best. Each time you've learned a few new words, Memrise then quizzes you on what you've covered to keep everything fresh in your mind. Memrise currently supports Chinese, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.  

10. Babbel

Babbel uses a combination of repetition, completing phrases, and repeating back phrases. You can set custom learning goals as well so you can stay on track. Babbel offers a series of different apps that let you learn many different languages including Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, and more.

11. Brainscape for Chinese

If you are trying to learn Mandarin Chinese, thene you must use this app. A great approach to practice the symbols. The helpful stroke order lessons shows the efficient and effective ways to draw the symbols perfectly. There are also basic word and grammar lessons along with 5,500 flashcards. 

12. Busuu

A social network for learning languages. Provides units for 12 languages. Users can learn one, more or all of the 12 languages at their own pace.

13. Linguaeo

Online platform providing services to learn English. Users can take trial course and afterwards can choose apt training Programme that can help you master English. 

14. HelloTalk

The good thing is that you get in touch with the native speakers of the language you are learning with this app. Chose from over 100 languages and start learning and practicing immediately.

15. Voxy

This app works according to the individuals needs and connects the learners together around the globe. One of the best English learning apps. Users have a lot of good things to say about it. Forbes put it as, “Voxy is transforming the way non-native speakers learn English by providing lessons personalized to a learner’s unique lifestyle, goals and learning needs”.

Which other apps do you use? Share with us in the comment box below!  

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