Babbel – Learn Languages

Babbel – Learn Languages

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Discover the new way to learn languages. It's easy and fun for beginners and advanced learners. Just a few minutes a day strengthens your language skills. Download the app and try out the first lesson for free!

Best of Mobile 2014 award winner.

“The app I’ve found most powerful is Babbel.” - New York Times

"Babbel: Help Me, Help You Learn A New Language." - TechCrunch

"9 out of 10." - Wired

LOTS OF LANGUAGES
With Babbel you can learn Spanish, Russian, French, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Swedish, Turkish, Polish, Dutch, Indonesian, Danish and Norwegian.

FEATURES
• Extensive selection of interactive courses for 13 different languages.
• Designed to fit into your life.
• Tailored learning goals.
• Train your pronunciation with our speech recognition technology.
• Ideal for both beginners and advanced learners.
• Keep new vocabulary in your long-term memory with the Review Manager.
• Learning progress synchronised across Android devices and website platforms.
• Entertaining listening, writing, and speaking exercises
• Vocabulary trainers for a wide variety of topics
• Easily graspable grammar exercises

And much more…

PLEASE NOTE
You'll need a Babbel subscription in order to access courses and features. The quantity of courses offered may vary according to which display language you use.

There are two subscription options:
One-monthly subscription for $US12.95 per month, automatically renewed until canceled.
One-yearly subscription for $US83.40 per year, automatically renewed until canceled.

Your subscription will automatically renew unless it is canceled before the end of the current payment period. You can manage and cancel a subscription in your Google Play Store account.

VISIT US:
http://www.babbel.com

FOLLOW US:
http://twitter.com/#!/babbel

CIRCLE US:
https://plus.google.com/+BabbelPlus

FAN US:
http://www.facebook.com/babbel.languages

Language Education from Babbel: Babbel offers you a complete online language learning experience for thirteen different foreign languages. Choose to learn French, English, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish, Polish, Dutch, Indonesian, or any one of the Scandinavian languages; Swedish, Danish and Norwegian. Regardless of whether you're using your mobile phone, tablet or computer, you can access your Babbel language course and our language education system will automatically record your study progress and synchronize it with your other devices. This means you can brush up on your grammar and work on building an extensive vocabulary anywhere and at any time.

Just imagine: you're sitting at home watching TV when a word pops up in Spanish or French. You reach for the foreign language dictionary but then think to yourself, "wouldn't it be better just to learn this language?" You return the dictionary to the shelf and whip out your smartphone. You enter the Google Play Store and search for "the best App for learning Spanish". Lo and behold, "Babbel" appears. Much more than just a vocabulary trainer or a grammar guide, Babbel offers 7,000 hours (yes, 7,000... And counting!) of language lessons lovingly composed by language experts, each interactive course packed full of grammar activities, vocabulary exercises and pronunciation training by way of intelligent speech recognition. And we offer all this for all levels: Are you a complete beginner? Intermediate? Advanced? Would you like to concentrate on French verb conjugation? Or would you like to do a Spanish tense review? Or do you need to discover what that Italian recipe from your great grandmother Nonna contains? Babbel's language tutorials are arranged thematically, enabling the easy navigation and selection of words and topics, so no more phrasebooks necessary.

"But Babbel's focus on speaking, the wide selection of languages and the modest price make it competitive with both the free Duolingo and the sophisticated but pricey Rosetta Stone." - The Economist (Jun 14th 2013)

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Recently changed in this version

• Would you like to practice your vocabulary on-the-go? Now you can! Simply press "Play all" in your vocabulary list

• Easier to use keyboard: Special letters and characters are now easily accessed using long taps

• Download items faster to your Review Manager


Comments and ratings for Babbel – Learn Languages
  • (67 stars)

    by Francis Sharman on 26/03/2015

    This is great ! I am dragged by the ear through the early stages & I feel I've made a wise investment.Merci

  • (67 stars)

    by miguel andrews on 25/03/2015

    I love the idea of Babbel but am very frustrated with the stability of the app and the voice recognition software. I am trying to learn Danish and had two native Danish speakers try to repeat the words in the voice recognition exercises, and the software failed to recognize what they were saying every time. Also the other voice command software responds well on my Samsung S5 - implying a fault in

  • (67 stars)

    by Bryce Cadima on 24/03/2015

    Babbel is a good app for language learning, but like everything it has its ups and downs. It has some languages that are hard to find like Norwegian and Indonesian. But it has bad, more like worthless voice recognition. But I still like it. My recommendations would be to add more widespread, useful languages such as Arabic or Korean, rather than sticking (mostly) with Latin Alphabet using language

  • (67 stars)

    by Alicia Gordon on 24/03/2015

    I hated it because I could not go on it! Boo boo boo

  • (67 stars)

    by Cliff Mint on 24/03/2015

    It help you

  • (67 stars)

    by Emillie Hopla on 24/03/2015

    Very little variety of languages. I'm currently learning korean and hoped to find some more material to use, but unfortunately, I was disappointed.

  • (67 stars)

    by Erin Pfleger on 24/03/2015

    Its cool

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