Duolingo

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An easy way to learn German, French, or any other language

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Duolingo is an application designed to help you learn languages easily and comfortably, so that doing so doesn't feel like you're studying, but rather just having fun with one more game or app on your Android device.

The application allows you to learn a lot of different languages, such as Spanish, English, French, Italian or Portuguese. You just have to choose the language that you want to lean the first time you use the application.

One of the advantages of Duolingo, as compared to other language-learning applications, is the way that it uses the concept of 'gamification.' Duolingo presents the lessons in a way that makes it feel like you're just playing a game.

As you complete lessons, you earn experience points. If you make a mistake, it takes away hearts. Duolingo tries to make it so that your learning process just feels like a fun video game, and, luckily, it manages to do so.

Duolingo is an excellent tool to learn any language you're interested in, whether it be Spanish, French, Portuguese, or any other. In addition, it has an eye-catching visual style and it is totally free.
Duolingo now offers a new and improved learning system

It's no secret that Duolingo is a must-have app for anyone who's motivated to learn or improve their foreign language skills. The app's creators are always looking for new ways to maintain user loyalty and this new update has revamped the classic learning system: now you can continue improving in a specific subject thanks to its new system with levels. 
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Thanks, in part, to new technology, learning is no longer a process restricted to four walls, but instead can be done from anywhere. In recent years, the smartphone has emerged as an excellent way to learn about new subjects, with languages being one of the most important and popular studies. LingoDeer is a new app that's hopped on the learning bandwagon and is aimed at teaching users Asian languages such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean from the comfort of an Android device. 
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Requirements

Requires Android 2.2 or later.

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