Top Language Learning Apps

Trying to learn a new language before your winter vacation to escape the bitter cold months of Indiana? New languages can be intimidating and hard to learn, but the apps listed below make it as easy and fast as possible. Not to mention, many programs now have free or very affordable versions that make it financially feasible. Check them out and let us know what you think!

1. Duolingo

Duolingo is a great app for learning multiple new languages easily. There is no limit on how many you can learn at once, either, which allows you to experiment with which ones you want to make a priority. Duolingo uses games, images, flash cards, and short quizzes that make it more convenient for you to do a lesson, wherever you may be.

Check out Duolingo here!

2. Drops

Drops is great for primarily visual learners. It’s colorful interface can make learning a new a language a lot less intimidating! Drops offers both a free subcription package for daily lessons, but they also have a paid package for $10 a month that gives you a lot more liberties with lessons and how many you can do in a day.¬†

Check out Drops here!

3. Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone has a great reputation for being one of the easiest programs to learn a new language through. I know people who have had success using Rosetta Stone for new languages and recommend it on a regular basis! They don’t offer any kind of free subscription package, though there are different levels which range in pricing and length of your lessons.¬†

Check out Rosetta Stone here!