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7 Best Language Learning Apps for Android to Gain Fluency

Traveling around the world is a dream that the majority desires. Having the ability to do so does sound pretty endearing, but the difference in communicative language can hinder us from enjoying the life of it. Thankfully there are language learning apps for Android which can aid in effective communication.

If you are into globetrotting, then we recommend having a language learning app on your Android phone. It is always better to be prepared when you need to ask for directions.

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7 Best Language Learning Apps for Android

1. Duolingo – Free

DUOLINGO

One of the most innovative and fun ways to learn a foreign language is through Duolingo. Tagged as one of the best language learning apps for Android, Duolingo lets you practice your second language while playing a game!

Duolingo User Interface
Duolingo User Interface

It promises to help you improve your communication, reading, and listening skills all while having fun. It will also improve your vocabulary and grammar skills as you answer the questions presented on each level.

Because you’re going to learn piece by piece, it won’t overwhelm you as you take in new words. You can even track your progress and achievements. This app has also been recognized by Time Magazine, PC Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal.

Features:

  • Ad-free
  • Intuitive and innovative way to learn.
  • Supports hundreds of languages
  • Simple user interface
Google Play

2. Memrise– Free with In-app Purchases

MEMRISE

Memrise is an award-winning language learning app for Android that has over 35 million learners worldwide. Like Duolingo, this app uses interactive games to help users learn a second language fast. It has about 30,000 native speaker video clips that will teach you basic words, proper pronunciation, and correct grammar. You can talk right on the app and compare your enunciation with the locals.

You can also use Memrise in online or offline mode, so you can practice wherever and whenever it is most convenient for you. This language app for Android makes it easier for you to have real communication using everyday words with residents.

Features:

  • More than 180 languages to learn
  • In-app purchases and subscriptions
  • Interactive
  • Simple user interface
  • Video-clips from native speakers
Google Play

3. LearnMatch – Your Language Coach – Free with In-app Purchases

Learn Match

Learn Match is a free language learning app for Android for beginners and for those who want to improve their language skills.

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It has 6 learning languages and more than 30 mother languages that you can use. You can even design your user interface by selecting the app’s color or it’s branding (depends on the sponsor that you choose). Found a word on an article that you don’t understand? Just share that word to Learn Match!

This language learning app comes with 12 different exercises that you can choose from to help you with your training. Play with your friends in real-time too, with LiveMatches, an interactive vocabulary game.

Features:

  • More than 30 mother languages
  • Personalize your app
  • Personalized learning experience
  • Real-time interactive games
Google Play

4. Babbel – Free with In-app Purchases

Another one of Google Play’s best language learning app is Babbel which provides short language lessons. This approach is good especially for people who don’t have much time to spare during the day.

BABBEL User Interface

BABBEL User InterfaceIts 10-15-minute lessons are designed to help its users memorize everyday words easier and faster. It focuses on basic conversational words so users can almost immediately communicate with locals on a certain country.

Babbel has been named 2016’s most innovative company in education.

Features:

  • interactive courses for 14 different languages.
  • Speech recognition technology
  • Review Manager
  • synchronized across all your Android devices
Google Play

5. Mango Languages – Free with In-app Purchases

Mango Lanuages

There is no better way to start a business trip or vacation thanks to learning the basics of the country that you’re visiting. Mango Languages will get you covered.

Mango Lanuages User Interface
Mango Lanuages User Interface

This language learning app will also help you grasp everyday conversational words to easily communicate with the residents. It runs online or offline, so you don’t always have to chase a wireless connection. It has interactive listening and reading exercises to hone your vocabulary and speaking skills. It also presents linguist-approved language courses.

Want to learn a second language while doing something else? The Mango Language app can sync with your Bluetooth so you can play the courses using your wireless speaker.

Features:

  • Pre-downloadable lessons
  • Aligned with International and ADA Standards
  • Interactive exercises
  • Individualized review system
  • 67 language courses
Google Play

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6. Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages – Free with in-app purchases

Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages

The app has an intuitive interface and is a good competitor to the number one app in the best language learning apps for Android list. It is named as 2018’s Platinum Award for Best Educational App by the Best Mobile App Awards.

Rosetta Stone Learn Languages User Interface
Rosetta Stone Learn Languages User Interface

Rosetta Stone’s Learn Languages uses its own patented technology to ensure that you’re going to learn the language. TruAccent is their speech recognition technology to help users improve their pronunciation. It offers 24 languages for you to choose from.

Features:

  • Improve pronunciation with TruAccent®
  • Rosetta Stone’s Dynamic Immersion® method
  • downloadable lessons
  • Clean User Interface
Google Play

7. Busuu: Learn Languages – Free with In-app Purchases

Busuu

There are about 90 million Busuu users as we speak. Everyone is loving this language learning app, including Google Play itself.

Busuu is currently an Editor’s Choice and it deserves its spot for a reason. It offers award-winning courses in 12 major languages and provides placement tests, certifications and full courses of over 150 units per language!

This language learning app is so fine that you can either use it online or offline and would give you tips on grammar by connecting your exercises to the country’s natives. It also has speech recognition exercises!

Features:

  • Certification
  • Placement Test
  • Full courses
  • Offline usage
  • Accent training
Google Play

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Language Translator Device by Buoth

Language Translator Device with Camera Translation by Buoth
Language Translator Device with Camera Translation by Buoth

If you want a separate language translator, the Language Translator by Buoth is a perfect companion during an out of the country trip.

It has a 2.4-inch colored touch screen and is handy at 236g. It’s a real-time word translator, voice translator, and has a character recognition. It has 44 languages and 106 voice translation languages.

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*Price is as of 03 September 2019, 9:17 am*

Channeling Your Multi-lingual Self

Whether you want to learn a new language just because or you’re planning to stay in another country for a while, these language learning apps will help you interact with the locals, befriending them easily.

Have you tried learning a second language using a language learning app? Do you know any other app for language learning? Share it with us in the comments section below. We’d love to hear your thoughts!

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6 Comments

    1. Artem,
      Its an amazing app but some translations got stuck for me. On my Galaxy Note 3 and HTC M8. I tried WiFi and sometimes the app worked flawlessly but sometimes it gets stuck in a loop. I’m keeping an eye for an update and surly it will make the list next time 🙂 If it works for you, I will rank it somewhere between 3-5 entries.

  1. Hi mr billa
    thank you for this
    i ask best app to learn “slang”(informal) english not academy english.

    Thank you
    i am sorry for bad english

  2. There are so many free options listed here, I’m surprised that any of the paid versions showed up? After all, some of that paid software costs $100’s (although you didn’t list Rosetta Stone). The way the Internet is going and the way it has gone, I’d think it’s going to be the free services that are going to grow and ultimately dominate the market.

    1. I understand why that could be surprising, Olmo. Free services are great for casual language learning, but for best results paid services are often the way to go, particularly for languages that are less common.

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