• Carrie Mitchell

Learn a Language: Babbel, Duolingo +

If you're like me, you started years ago with a program like Rosetta Stone but gave up part way through. Well good news, there are plenty of apps to gameify the learning process with great results! Here are a few to begin, with Babbel & Duolingo being my personal two favorite.

The best language learning apps accommodate your personal learning style; some people are readers, while others prefer audio. Some folks enjoy games and drills. And for some people, speaking a language is more important than reading it. No matter what resonates with you, there’s an app to suit your needs. Most of these language apps are subscription based, so you only pay as long as you want to learn—or you can restart a subscription as needed to brush up before a trip abroad

Via Forbes: We’ve rounded up the 10 best apps for learning a language. Read on for our recommendations to help you become fluent in your second or even third tongue.

  • Best Language Learning App Overall: Babbel

  • Best App for Learning a Language From Real Native Speakers: Memrise

  • Best Free Language Lessons: Duolingo

  • Best App Learning Accurate Pronunciation: Mondly

  • Best Language Learning App for Mastering Real-Life Conversations: Speakly

  • Best Language App for Learning Through Music: Lirica

  • Best Language App for Learning on the Go: Pimsleur

  • Best Language Learning App for Comparing Side-By-Side with Your Native Language: Beelinguapp

  • Best Language App for Learning by Sound: Rosetta Stone

  • Best Language App for Learning Through Games: QLango

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