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Duolingo - Language Lessons Review Breakdowns

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ASO Keywords

Keyword Rank
duolingo 1
learn french 2
spanish 3
language learning 4
learn spanish 5

Downloads

Jan, 2020
Worldwide
147K

Revenue

Jan, 2020
Worldwide
$563K

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Want to learn a new language? It’s now fun, entertaining, and efficient to learn, right on your phone! Trust Duolingo like 300 million other language learners, and find a program that works. The secret? Duolingo feels like a game and makes sure you stay motivated. Take 10 minutes a day, and you’ll surprise yourself with how well you can speak a new language 3 months from now! Forget everything you knew about language learning. With Duolingo, you’ll practice with fun lessons that will leave you eager to learn more, and develop reading, writing, speaking, listening and conversation skills along the way! Track your progress, earn rewards, and most importantly: join the world’s largest community of language learners. Over 30 languages to choose from - all completely free with our free version, which gives you access to all learning content! • "Far and away the best language-learning app." — The Wall Street Journal • "A single app for language skills, self-improvement and digital escape." - The New York Times • "Duolingo may hold the secret to the future of education." — TIME Magazine • "...Duolingo is cheerful, lighthearted and fun..." - Forbes We offer Spanish, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Irish, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Turkish, Norwegian, Polish, Arabic, Latin, Hindi, Czech, Indonesian, Hebrew, Esperanto, Vietnamese, Ukrainian, Welsh, Greek, Hungarian, Romanian, and Swahili. Oh, and English too... -------------------------------------------- Discover Duolingo Plus! While all learning content in Duolingo is free, you can sign up and enjoy premium features such as: No ads, Offline courses, and Progress quizzes to keep you on track! If you choose to purchase Duolingo Plus, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store 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. Privacy Policy: https://www.duolingo.com/privacy Terms of Service: https://www.duolingo.com/terms

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Reviews

Worth 10 Stars but
Pappy1949$ on 2020-02-27
Recently I purchased the subscription and with Duolingo Plus it is so much better, but. My progress was steady and I made it to the Diamond league and NOW I realize that there are weaknesses which become more annoying from week to week. In order to stay in the diamond league you have to be among the top 10 and to do so the best way is to read books after books (repeatedly sometime the same short one) to quickly increase your XP, which we all do but in the process you are not doing much of the new lessons slowing down your progress. My friend uses an app that is advertised on TV and his progress is much better than mine. e.g. this week with Duolingo the number one in the diamond league have been on a 641 day streak and is at 17,400 XP, it is obvious that this person spends a lot of hours and does NOT work full time; The number 10 is at 2000 and me at twelve position at 1,700 so people like me who have to work for a living cannot finish number one. Duo should revamp the system with something like if you finish among the top 10 for 3 weeks in a row then you are considered to have finished first in the Diamond league. Why not limit people to finish first in the league to ONCE or put them all in the same league of greedy players!
Glitchy
Quicksilvern on 2020-02-27
Not sure what’s going on, but the microphone portions have been glitchy... phrases that I’ve worked on & never had a problem with before aren’t being picked up suddenly. Also, not sure what it’s like for other languages, but I’m currently learning Mandarin, and there are certain phrases that are grammatically awkward, although technically correct. As a native Cantonese speaker, I know this and have confirmed it with Mandarin speakers. I hope that things can be better vetted for this program. Otherwise, this app is so far one of the better language apps out there. I really wish that they would have Cantonese added as well. So many of the popular and more updated language apps don’t include Cantonese... if they did include it, it would be able to break into a big population base.
C’est la pire application du monde
124557432584 on 2020-02-27
J’arrive pas à y croire!!!!! C’est un stéréotype!!!! Comment ça se fait que si tu parles déjà anglais tu peux apprendre toute les langues alors que si tu parles seulement français vous réduisez les langues?!?!?!?!?! Exemple : Moi je parles français et je voulais apprendre Japonais. Quand j’appuie sur Japonais, l’application me dit que c’est fais seulement pour les personnes qui parlent anglais. J’appuie sur Ok. Après, je quitte l’application et je voies que comme je voulais apprendre le japonais, l’application n’est plus en français!!!!!!! C’est en..... ANGLAIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Les gens, je vous recommanderais jamais cette application. C’est. la. PIREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think it needs an improvement
Mel Hov on 2020-02-27
I think the Idea of learning a language is great and the app is definitely helping but some improvements will make it great . First a lot of stuff is very repetitive which is kind of annoying and very slow progress. Second the heart ❤️ system is only 5 and rest is like trying to sell you an extra heart. Id a person trying to learn a language then should not be a limit sometimes I quit because of that. They should let people progress more than stamping in the same spot like freaking robot . Adds are annoying too trying to sell paid version. First let me get a grip of it and then If I want to continue then I will consider paid version . Because If the adds keep coming up I’m not gonna consider to buy instead rather quit or delete the app completely. Don’t like pushy stuff .
Why are there hearts now?
Gian_B on 2020-02-27
More than a year ago, I used Duolingo to learn German, I got pretty far but decided to take a break. Recently, I returned because I have a newfound appreciation for Korean, only for the app to punish my mistakes by deducting from a new (to me) lives system. It's bogus. I want to learn a new language and yet it takes either a pay wall or an erroneously long wait just because I make mistakes that I will obviously make; it's such a ridiculous punishment. I know the developers need money to support the company but is ad revenue not enough? And why monetize an integral part of the learning process? Let me make my mistakes, it's necessary and essential to learn that way. At least it used to be.
Not stoked on the hearts
Staci-Sten on 2020-02-27
I am really enjoying this app although the latest update with the whole hearts system is really frustrating. The practice that you do to get the hearts is less effective then the older practice feature. The practice you get put through doesn’t give you a translation of what word you are selecting, which feels dubious. I understand it is an incentive to pay for the plus version but it has made it much less fun for me, and has added a level frustration with the learning I wasn’t previously experiencing. And as I am someone who wants to learn but cannot necessarily pay for the plus version I feel a bit put off by this.
Good App, needs library of learned words.
Groseryl on 2020-02-27
App is good and keeps you interested. But it desperately needs to add a “Library” feature so you can go and review words you have learned and the different aspects of the word (main word, gender variations, plural variations, etc.). The back end is already there since they track words you have learned and highlight new words in the lessons, just need to create this as an archive we can access. If this gets added I would upgrade to 5 star for sure, but otherwise I currently need to pair it with a translation/dictionary app to have the most effective learning experience.
Plenty of concentration
Nelly Bones on 2020-02-27
This app is great. It would be better if I could continue without having to watch advertising. The cost for advertisement-free is too much! I found that when I have exhausted my “hearts”, I can earn more hearts to continue by practicing past lessons. Also, the on-line version using my laptop works better with less advertising. Both avenues of completing the lessons can be combined by using the same user name and password. Studying by rote memory has helped and this program “tests” your knowledge which is good for practice.
Excellent app for learning vocabulary, but...
Leighton F on 2020-02-27
For whatever reason, only the quizzes can be accessed through the app; the actual lessons that explain the rules behind the language and grammar, are not accessible. So while you can do your daily practice of previous quizzes through the app, it’s not useful for starting the quizzes of new lessons, since you can’t do the lesson for the quiz first. It’s very odd that this hasn’t been improved—the lesson that comes before each quiz is available through the Duolingo website, and could easily be made accessible through the app.
I don’t think they understand what the word “learning” means
_someone on earth_ on 2020-02-27
So my kid learning Japanese on duolingo. They go to fast. It goes harder and harder every level. Then, to intro 1, then legitimately “teach” you how to say full sentences. Like what’s wrong with them?! My kid almost abandoned learning Japanese because of them. Luckily, we found another app. It’s called Drops. My kid saw that it teaches him how to write Hiragana. (He’s only in the beginning). So I’m just saying that duolingo is too harsh on the learning. I think learning needs to be fun and exciting. Not fast and harsh.

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