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Backwords

Learn a new language right from your wallpaper

Backwords is a tiny tool that empowers your desktop. Every day one foreign word will be displayed in the background. Day by day, you'll learn a language right from your wallpaper.

Currently available in four languages:

• Chinese (Mandarin, simplified characters)

• Korean

• Japanese (Kanji)

• Dutch

11 Alternatives to Backwords
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Ellen Kruijzen
Ellen Kruijzen- Nightlife Evangelist at Loop
I use Duolingo every day to learn Spanish. Just 5 minutes a day helped me make a habit out of it.
Simon Bromberg
Simon Bromberg- sbromberg.com
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Jonathan Marchetti
Jonathan Marchetti- Student at Babson College
There's something about learning a whole new language at the convenience of your pocket that's absolutely awesome!... butttt there's also something about it that is so unattractive and that I'm just not able to commit to
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Improve your vocabulary hassle-free 📚

Save words that you want to learn. Reji will help you learn them and never forget again.

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Alexey Chernikov
Alexey Chernikov- CEO at Twopeople Software
A definite must-have for your language classes. Lets you super quickly save & learn all your new vocabulary.
Alexey Chernikov
Alexey Chernikov- CEO at Twopeople Software
If you're learning a foreign language, Reji should definitely be one of the apps you're using before falling asleep. Learning a dozen of new words before bed can be extremely productive for your learning success.
Alexey Chernikov
Alexey Chernikov- CEO at Twopeople Software
The easiest and most effective way for language learners to give their vocabulary a boost. Reji lets you learn & repeat words, and how to pronounce them in 46 languages.
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Tofugu
April showers bring flowers in the form of Japanese learning resources for all the good kids who want to learn! I'm sure that's how the saying goes, anyway. This was a great month for new resources, we have tv shows, audio books, and a neat new flashcard app.
Idownloadblog
This week's edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features a powerful audio recording and note-taking app, a flash card-maker for learning languages, and an official client for the popular Unsplash service. And as usual, we've selected two great new games for you to check out.
Vienna
Alexey sat down with us to talk about what's special about Reji, why he and his team decided to develop it, and what they have planned for the coming year. Reji started as a result of one of our other apps called Mate Translate, a translation app.
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18 Alternatives to Reji

Learn languages in Virtual Reality

Mondly VR takes language learning to a new level: virtual reality! With its spoken language recognition ability, you take part in real conversations with virtual characters from the comfort of your couch.

Available on Oculus Gear VR, Daydream & Cardboard.

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Sebastian Maraloiu 🚀 ⚙️ 🤖 ⚡
Sebastian Maraloiu 🚀 ⚙️ 🤖 ⚡- Chief Marketing Officer at Mondly
Virtual reality will change the way we learn everything. So, it's natural to have MondlyVR on your list. MondlyVR is the first language app in the world to use Virtual Reality and Chatbots with Speech Recognition to teach you 30 foreign languages. It's super immersive. The app is available in the Oculus Store and on Google Play. With over 30 million users… See more
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Inc.com
We live in a world that is increasingly connected, and the ability to speak more than one language can be quite valuable.
The Next Web
Experts agree that language learning is best accomplished with full immersion. Most of us, unfortunately, can't pack up and head to Tokyo for a year to learn Japanese. Mondly, a language-learning app on iOS and Android, thinks VR could help bridge the gap.
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