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5 Language Apps One Should Travel With

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With these language apps, learning a language has never been easier.

Learning a language is not as hard as it used to be. You had to pay for a class, go to the class, force yourself to study and then do it again and again. Nowadays there are apps for almost anything you can think of and it has never been easier to learn a language.

These are 5 language apps you shouldn’t travel without

Although you still have to put in the time and energy, the expense factor is out of the window because these language apps are absolutely free. And I hope it stays that way.

Memrise

This is simply the best one out there. It is an amazing app that helps you remember what you learn. The way the app teaches you a new language is amazing and I learn words and hardly forget them. If you don’t have this app on your phone, don’t wait any longer.
Get it for android now
Get if for idevices

2. Duolingo

This is another great language app. I was using Duolingo in combination with Rosetta Stone. Then I got bored with Rosetta Stone. It got too repetitive and annoying so started searching for other alternative and thus ran across Memrise.

duolingo language app

Get it on android
Get it on iDevises

3. Living Language

This is a great language app as well with a large and supportive community. The app is intuitive and makes learning a language easy and fun.

living language app

 

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4. BUSUU

This is another one that doesn’t get enough attention. BUSUU is a great language app too with a large community that supports you as well. Their web interface is nice as well.

Get it on andriod
Get it for your iDevice

5. Innovativelanguage

This one I hadn’t heard of but friends talked about it. You can download full language courses and learn from your Android or iDevice. Find the languages for both platforms here.

No you have no excuse to not know how to say hello or thank you when on the road. I hope this list is helpful but I could have missed yours. What’s your favorite language app? Did I miss it?

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