Memrise: Language Learning

Memrise: Language Learning

By Memrise

  • App Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2013-05-20
  • Current Version: 2.3.11
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 192.26 MB
  • Developer: Memrise
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 10.0
App Ratings: 5
5
Based on 57,745 Reviews
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Memrise: Language Learning App Description

Best of 2016! Blast off with new vocabulary & grammar skills! Unlock your language learning superpowers with Memrise. Join over 15 million people worldwide, explore new words and phrases and learn how to speak, read and write in French, Spanish, Japanese (full and no script), German, Chinese, Korean and a host of other exciting new languages. With next-generation mobile learning, a rich variety of games, fun chatbots and over 30,000 native speaker videos, Memrise provides a practical, innovative approach to foreign language learning. Start speaking like a native with out of this world language learning content! Download Memrise to Explore: Courses expertly created by a dedicated team of linguists and language specialists Beginner and intermediate content designed to push the boundaries of learning technology Native speaker videos for language learning in context – no actors, just real people! Chatbots to help you sound natural and hone your conversational flow A variety of games to help you learn and practice, including Speed Review, Listening Skills, Difficult Words and Classic Review OBJECT RECOGNITION – NEW FOR iOS 11 Explore the world around you and learn new vocab on the go Scan your surroundings, snap a pic and store an image of your snapped object Save images and the snapped object’s name in your chosen language Best of 2016! iPad App of the Year - Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark. Learn useful, real-life language skills on the go. With local accents, practical grammar skills and rich content, Memrise has all of your language learning needs covered. Download now to start a conversation with the world around you. MEMRISE PRO Enhance your language learning journey with Memrise Pro! In addition to all the content in the free app, Memrise Pro paid subscription provides access to an extra set of games, chatbots and an offline mode for the ultimate on the go language learning experience. Pro offers: One-month subscription for $8.99 Three-month subscription for $18.99 Twelve-month subscription for $59.99 Lifetime subscription for $179.99 Once purchased, subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off in your iTunes. Account settings at least 24 hours before the end of the payment period ----------------------- Your learning journey with Memrise continues in: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/memrise/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/memrise Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/memrise/ Privacy Policy: https://www.memrise.com/privacy/ Terms of Use: https://www.memrise.com/terms/

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App Reviews

  • I love this app!!!

    5
    By MaiyaMix
    This app is so amazing, I love it so much words can’t describe it. It’s really effective and I’ve learned three languages from it. It’s awesome.
  • ... because I'm confused.

    3
    By Fangirlfan
    It's a helpful app, but, I sometimes I can't tell what I'm supposed to do next. Mostly bc I'm left on a screen of options after completing and exercise with no clear direction and most options I try to select prompt me to buy the pro option.
  • Good.

    4
    By holy moly cool
    It’s a good app.
  • A nice tool

    5
    By Chip59Douglas
    Memrise is good for drilling language basics. I have enjoyed using it.
  • Omg

    5
    By Nova🖤
    I’ve tried many language learning apps and this one is my fav! I only wish that the premium version was free...😐😑😐
  • Pretty good but not flexible enough

    4
    By leilani238
    Let me start out by saying I liked this app enough pay the subscription. It's a nice friendly app, and they have a lot of good content. That being said, I find it a pretty significant drawback that you have no control over how much repetition you get other than the "difficult words" – which more often than not represent times I was tired and misclicked. This feature would be a lot more useful if you could manually adjust the difficult words on the phone app as you can on the website, but feature parity is lacking here. Better, though, would be the ability to tell the app how much repetition you need both per data set and per word. For instance, for the Spanish vocab set I need far fewer repetitions in the app wants to give me, and for the Chinese set, I want way more. Even with in each language, there is variation by word – some Spanish words just don't click, and some Chinese words I've heard before or just seem natural. The lack of the sort of adaptability makes me not want to use the app for very long in a single session, or on consecutive days, because the practice feels extremely repetitive and not a good use of my time, even if I do nothing but "learn new words".
  • Finally!!!!!! Cape Verdean Kreole!!!!!

    5
    By Yuppie turned redneck
    Finally!!!!!! Cape Verdean Kreole!!!!! I'm so happy that there is finally an app that teaches the language I have been trying to learn for YEARS!!!!! I'm addicted!!!!
  • Great app vocab

    5
    By Helloworldthisismeeeee
    I learn gradually from this app!
  • Convienient

    5
    By Frenchy1994
    It’s amazing, and very appreciative to have such an app that can easily assimilate into my seemingly hectic work life. Wether it’s to relearn or keep up with my language, and even learn new ones with just as much ease. Everything seems to be very accessible.
  • Errors were made

    2
    By Feliixtc
    I can’t even... I saw an article on this saying great things, so I figured I’d give it a shot and brush up on my Japanese. I didn’t even get past the trial before being unimpressed. They are calling characters of the Hiragana alphabet words. Nope. They have bad annunciation of these characters so it can be hard to distinguish. They have some of the audio files attached to the wrong characters. It would say “re-れ” and then when you click it, it tells you it’s wrong and says “u-う” was correct. They look and sound nothing alike. They also have a neat feature where it’s like texting in another language. Neat until the app locks up and you have to manually close it and reboot to get it working again, only to figure out you’ve hit the limit of the free content of 14 “words” for the first stage. Have to pay for the rest.

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