Alternative products to FlashAcademy

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FlashAcademy

The language school in your pocket! 🎓

10 Alternatives to FlashAcademy

The future of learning with flashcards, by Duolingo

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erfanio
erfanio
I've played it on my friend's phone, it's really educating (in terms of trivia knowledge) and super fun! But no android version yet 😭
Anton Timofeev
Anton Timofeev- Interface designer, Flata
Extremely useful for memorizing anything!
Aaron DeYonker
Aaron DeYonker- From consumer products to envirotech.
For really simple, effective tools for teaching, using Duolingo’s algorithm for language learning for any subject of your choice has been very effective and accessible for folks. It’s very fun too! Only problem is that you have to open them to the world if you want to share - if you’re worried about that. (I’m not because you have access to 1000s of decks… See more
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Lifehacker
Tinycards is an app from Duolingo that gives you flashcards for hundreds of topics. We really liked Tinycards when it launched on iPhone last year, and now the tool is available on the web. iOS: Duolingo is easily one of the most popular ways to learn a new language, and today the...
TechCrunch
Duolingo is probably the most popular mobile education app, but until now, the company's focus has been solely on language learning. Today, the company is expanding its reach by launching Tinycards for iOS, its first app that can be used for learning virtually anything that involves memorization: vocabulary, equations, history facts and every Pokémon's name … See more
The Next Web
Flash cards are the most straightforward way to learn anything, and Duolingo is using that foundation for Tinycards, which happens to be its first foray outside of languages. With Tinycards, you can pick up info on anything from languages (Duolingo wasn't going to ignore its roots) to geography, and all manner of things in between.
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21 Alternatives to Tinycards by Duolingo
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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
Learn languages
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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45 Alternatives to Duolingo

Get fluent in a language through content immersion

Flowlingo helps you learn a language by immersing you in popular TV, news, videos, blogs, and more.

If you don’t know a word or phrase, just tap it. Flowlingo will tell you what it means and automatically create a flashcard for future practice.

22 languages are available.

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Fluent
In the intro to the show, we discussed how our husbands learn languages and how travel and meeting people never get old in language learning. Bilingual lyrics, Spanglish and Justin Bieber of all people winning a Latin grammy. Lindsay brings up the Despacito Effect and we discuss if that's a thing.
12 Alternatives to Flowlingo
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