Learn Tagalog Flashcards

Learn Tagalog Flashcards

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Voclab helps you to learn more than 4000 Tagalog/Filipino words in no time.

Our scientific proven algorithm reminds you at the exact time to review words so that you will never forget them. This ensures that you maximize your language learning impact with your precious time used as efficiently as possible.

Voclab will gradually increase the difficulty of words to ensure that you gain first a solid foundation of basic words before learning more complex ones. This enables you to quickly gain a good understanding of the language.

Voclab gives you the following advantages:
+ Over 4,000 Words with high quality native speaker Audio (>250 words in free version)
+ All words have been carefully selected to cover the most important Tagalog/Filipino words
+ Special algorithm that considers your personal learning character to speed up your memorization
+ Fun Multiple Choice Quiz to test your knowledge
+ Follow your learning progress with our Statistics and ongoing Feedback
+ Get additional information for each word (e.g. word form and word category)

If you need to prepare for a specific exam or topic, you can also focus on specific word categories or level of difficulties. You can choose words from more than 50 word categories and four levels of difficulties.

Our word categories cover all important Tagalog/Filipino words, ranging from essential categories like colors, days of the week to more advanced categories of e.g. Economics and sciences.

The VocLab algorithm takes care that you always learn words appropriate to your proficiency level.

Voclab is developed by a team of language learning experts with ten years of experience in developing language learning software.

If you like to learn more about our method, please visit our website at www.voclab.com.

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PLEASE NOTE:
Please note that the App needs close to 50MB in internal memory. Make sure you have enough space. It can be moved to SD card after installation.
We strongly suggest you to download and run the free trial version of the app to see if it is compatible with your device before purchasing the full version.
LITE VERSION with access to more than 250 words
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Any problems or have feedback on how to improve the App, email us before negative comment. We will reply quickly.
support@voclab.com

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Comments and ratings for Learn Tagalog Flashcards
  • (64 stars)

    by Peter Andro on 22/02/2015

    I really like this app but I hate sync so I remove one star. Why force people to sync if they don't want to? From what I read about this update, I will skip it altogether. Please do an update downgrading the app as it was before and don't force people to sync if they don't want to.

  • (64 stars)

    by Flo Alcasas on 22/02/2015

    Where do I start? The update has made everything about this app annoying. (1)Long words don't fit on the screen anymore. (2)No more option to do a direct multiple choice quiz after your daily review, which was the most valuable feature. Instead, you can only do an MC quiz for stacks of 100-some words at a time. (3)Countdown in the MC quiz is annoying and unnecessary. (4)Switched up the "easy" and

  • (64 stars)

    by Kristen Curi on 23/12/2014

    I am Filipino and I am practicing Tagalog by using this app. I am learning how to become bilingual.

  • (64 stars)

    by deinielle collado on 15/07/2014

    Solllllloooooovvvvvveeeeee it

  • (64 stars)

    by Pono Romualdo on 26/06/2014

    I LOVE ITT! !!!!

  • (64 stars)

    by Nora Guevarra on 29/07/2013

    I know Tagalog already, but heads up now we speak mostly English. Kumusta national (po)

  • (64 stars)

    by Barry L on 06/07/2013

    I love the app itself, but when I talk to Filipinos using some of the words I learned here, most of them laugh at me. For instance - "panulat ng tinta" for the word "pen" .. Filipinos tell me that they didn't even know that word.. they just say "pen". Half of the words in this app are long versions that are no longer used in Filipino society. Also.. when I review a group of new words, I need to

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