There are plenty of fun language apps that help you learn a new language in byte sizes. If there’s one particular language you want to learn, without any of the distractions, check out Chineasy Cards from ShaoLan Hsueh, a London based Taiwanese entrepreneur who wanted her kids to learn Chinese the fun and easy way. And it turns helps us as well!
It is a lot of fun to travel around the world, but not so much if you’re not familiar with the regional language. Now we can’t all afford a local guide wherever we go, but a smartphone app that plays language translator – that greatly helps. In this post, we take a look at the iOS app iTranslate Voice and check out its features and utility.
If you want to learn a new language and make it a fun experience learn with Memrise: Learn Languages.
I’ve always wanted to learn a new language but most learning apps are just too taxing. Despite the presence of tons of learning language apps on the App Store, the wonderful Duolingo included, I’ve just found it to be extremely challenging to continue my lessons after a period of time.
After finally giving up on learning a new language, I came across Memrise recently. Although the app has been around for over 3 years now, I thought, why not give it another try.
So far, the going’s great.Which brings me to this review.
Here’s a closer look at Memrise, my favorite language learning app for 2017.