Duolingo is one of the best free ways to get started learning a new language, and they’re finally answering the pleas of wannabe polyglots everywhere by adding Japanese to their curriculum. Sugoi!
Duolingo is introducing Duolingo Plus, a $10/month subscription that’ll cut ads and let you download lessons for offline use on Android.
So you want to learn a second language to hep advance your career, but you have no idea which one would benefit you the most. If you were to ask an economist, this is probably what they’d tell you.
Rosetta Stone’s language learning tools on iOS recently received an update that add some much sought-after features. The app now has a built-in phrasebook, audio lessons you can listen to without an internet connection, and a new way to practice your pronunciation.
There are so many language learning resources available now it can feel a bit overwhelming. Rosetta Stone and Duolingo are two of the most popular choices, but they each have their own perks and quirks. Let’s translate their key features so you can pick the right tool for your language studies.
Android/iPhone: Duolingo is easily one of the most popular language learning tools, and today it’s been updated with a new club feature where you can pair up with friends to compete at learning new skills.