4 More Awesome Language Apps.

Thanks to someone you may well have heard of sharing a couple of my posts a few months ago (merci Benny Lewis!) one of my most popular posts of all time is now this one right here all about language learning apps. The post was originally written with little ones in mind, so it seemed fitting to do a more grown-up follow up! I’ve been talking a lot about apps lately (Hello, my name’s Lindsay and I’m an appaholic. I also invent words.) so this is also a bit of a round up in case you’ve missed anything! Here we go then, 4 more awesome language apps.

Lingua.ly

lingua.ly app lindsay does languages blogI’m totally in love with this at the moment! In one word, it’s reading. But it’s better than that! Lingua.ly finds articles for you to read based on words you’ve previously highlighted as new, so it really taps into the idea of constant little reminders when you’re learning words.

Vocab Ninja

cocinero how to vocab ninja language blogYou may have spotted a review on the blog for this a wee while ago. Vocab Ninja is swish, effective and really customisable. Very handy! Check out my full review here.

Word Lens

word lens app language learning lindsay does languages blogMe and Ashley had so much fun testing out Word Lens in Vienna back in May! So much so, I thought it was video worthy!

Clever Deck

clever deck language learning app lindsay does languages blogA new SRS app with a similar swiping style to that of Vocab Ninja. Currently available for free (with in-app purchases) in French, Spanish, and Turkish there are lots of other languages coming soon. Clever Deck could be one to watch…if not for the smart name (and cute fox) alone!

Do you have a language learning app that you can’t put down at the moment? I’d love to know what! Please share in the comments!

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  • Scarsnbumble

    An extremely useful app for language learning is Reverso Context. You can search for words and /or phrases and the app will trawl the internet to find examples in your target language as they are normally used every day.