LingoDeer - Learn Languages

LingoDeer - Learn Languages

By LingoDeer Co, Ltd.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2017-09-26
  • Current Version: 2.5.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 195.46 MB
  • Developer: LingoDeer Co, Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
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From 11,512 Ratings

Description

Learn Japanese, Korean and Mandarin Chinese in these languages: - English - Spanish - German - French - Japanese - Korean Learn Korean Hangul, Japanese Hiragana or Kanji, Chinese Mandarin and more languages effortlessly! Designed by a team of professional language teachers, the interactive lessons and review exercises will train your reading, listening, speaking and writing skills in just 10 minutes a day. Features: ◉ Thorough introductions to Japanese / Korean / Chinese Mandarin alphabet systems that build a solid foundation for successful independent learning ◉ Off the grid? In the sky? No problem! Take learning anywhere with the offline mode for free! ◉ 2,000 most frequently used words and phrases in each course (JLPT N4-5, TOPIK 1-3 and HSK 1-4 covered) ◉ Pleasant and authentic recordings from native speakers that are crystal clear ◉ Detailed grammar notes that explain how the language works ◉ Varied and innovative exercise modes that target different skills ◉ Japanese learning is available in Kana, Kanji and Romaji; Korean learning is available in Hangul and romanized letters; Chinese learning is available in Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Pinyin ◉ Built-in flashcard review system that helps one memorize new words and selectively reinforces skill points PLEASE NOTE: You will need a LingoDeer membership in order to access all courses and features. LingoDeer offers: - Monthly subscription for $9.99 - Quarterly Subscription for $19.99 - Annual subscription for $41.99 About subscriptions: - The above prices are for U.S. customers. Pricing in other countries may vary, and changes may be converted to your local currency depending on your country of residence. - Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase - Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable - Support Url: https://www.facebook.com/lingodeer - Terms of Use: https://www.lingodeer.com/terms-conditions-html - Privacy Policy: https://www.lingodeer.com/privacypolicy-html

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  • Best East Asian language app

    5
    By Emyliine
    I recommend this app to literally everyone and become personally offended if someone is using an inferior app (coughthatdangowlcough) to learn Korean, Japanese, or Chinese.* No other app, free OR paid, compares to LingoDeer. It's fun. It's easy. And, the rarest gem of all, it TEACHES you-- unlike most other language programs where you are expected to teach yourself and the only real purpose of the app is a constant, mind-numbing test. *I have not tried any of the other languages LD offers so I don't want to say anything bad OR good about them. Not ONLY that, but this app has all the amenities that I have only ever found by paying for an actual class. Built-in vocab and grammar review system, and a lesson practice procedure so that you don't have to retake the same exact lesson fifty times in order to remember it. Everywhere you look there is a way to practice and review outside of lessons. This app is FREE. Stop reading reviews and just download it to see for yourself. //2019 EDIT: for all the confused people-- this app USED to be completely free but they changed it to be paid subscription this year and onward. It's a bummer you missed out on the free content but I completely understand the developers making it cost money because it is way too good of an app and they put in way too much effort for it to be free. IMO it is 100% worth the money.// Thank you so much for this app, it has taught me more Korean in a few months than I have learned from other apps in over three years. My Korean friends recently expressed their shock at how much Korean I suddenly knew and understood. It's entirely thanks to LingoDeer. Keep up the amazing work.
  • Great! Just one thing...

    4
    By Senojingo
    Great app for learning Japanese but it keeps asking me to purchase the subscription after I already bought it... Gotta find the restore purchase button to stop it but it'll just do it again a few hours/days later
  • Worth it

    5
    By k55ee57
    I was hesitant about going premium but the education quality that Lingodeer provides is money well spent.
  • I don’t understand

    1
    By dva2.0
    It’s to complicated,just imagine a little kid got this I don’t think they would understand
  • Amazing app

    5
    By ❤️🙃저는 미국 사람 입니다
    Amazing app I would recommend to anyone who wants to learn any language. Very helpful.🙃☕️
  • A great app with a bad SRS system

    4
    By Luciasar
    They say this app has SRS but that’s kind of false advertising - the flash cards have no intelligence at all, and they never time out once you get them right. They’re also not even good as basic flash cards because they don’t care what side of the card you saw first! So you’ll need to use Anki or the red Japanese dictionary app in conjunction with this one if you want to actually memorize stuff. It’s really kind of frustrating because the rest of the app is great, essays and lessons, etc but this one part is really crappy and they haven’t touched it in like a year and a half. I’ve spent probably 40 to 50 hours manually copying sentences into Anki, such a waste of time.
  • Review

    4
    By 항글마스터
    I’ve been using LingoDeer for a year so far and it’s helped me understand Korean a lot better. For anyone who’s learning a language I suggest they use LingoDeer for the basics first before getting into conversational and intermediate books that will help you learn the language. Other than that it’s a good app to me
  • Y’all rock!

    5
    By Witold Pilecki
    SO much better than Duolingo. The order in which you learn makes a lot more sense, and you’re writing/speaking sentences ALONGSIDE the vocabulary you’re learning. The app is also super easy to use! Haven’t found a single thing I can complain about so far. I was hesitant to pay for it since duolingo is free, but it’s definitely worth it.
  • Great app!

    5
    By spicy soicy
    I have been trying to learn languages for 2 years now. I have watched a lot of videos and downloaded a bunch of other apps but it didn’t work. This app improved my skills in just a couple of weeks. Thank you for creating such a great app 💜
  • Love this app!

    5
    By Booms Frosted Funny
    I have been using this app almost daily for over 6 months. Korean sentence structure is becoming second nature and I love learning and practicing as often as possible. My vocabulary has grown and the app makes it easy to practice and maintain what I learn. I wish they would come out with a third level.

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