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Language Drops

Play with your words. Language learning simplified.

Effortless, visual language learning.

Word by word, Drops helps you learn new vocabulary through fun, fast-paced games with simple mnemonic images.

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Duolingo

Learn languages completely free.

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
John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
Always telling myself I'm going to refresh my mind on a language I know or learn the basics of a language, but never happens.
Anirudh Chaturvedi- Product@FirstCry.com
Been on my phone for 6 months!
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Reji

Improve your vocabulary hassle-free 📚

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

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- 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.
Alexey Chernikov- CEO at Twopeople Software
We have built Reji in just 3 months without any external funding. We're just a 2-person team. Reji is an app for advanced language learners who know how to say something but are still improving their vocabulary.
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.
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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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Fluently

Level up your comprehension in any language

Fluently helps you improve your reading and listening comprehension in the language of your choice thanks to local newspaper article and its audio file sent to you each day.

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Yenga

Don't study a language, speak it!

Yenga connects people from all around the world in real-time conversations to get fluent in Spanish, English, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian and Catalan. It’s 100% free with no ads.

Practice in a single tap. Effortless. Just chatting and hanging out with people. Anytime and anywhere. Living, learning and having fun together.

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Learnji

Learn a new language using emoji 😊

Learnji is an app to learn languages/vocabulary with emoji.

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Emojis sind eine universelle Sprache der digitalen Kommunikation. Simon Schmid hat diese Erkenntnis zum Ausgangspunkt für eine spannende App gemacht: Sprachen lernen mit Hilfe von Emojis. Das ist die Idee von Learnji, das ich unlängst auf Product Hunt entdeckte - und anschließend mit Simon ins Gespr
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Maspeak

Learn words in a new language

You can go through many words in a language you're learning in order to memorize them better in a fun and engaging way. Pictures are automatically added from an API for those with a photographic memory, and translations from Google Translate are added when one isn't available in your native language. The crowd can suggest and vote on translations.

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Babylingos

Foreign language learning app for ages 6 months & up

Babylingos' goal is to enhance global communication for generations to come, by providing tots the suitable tools in order to absorb and retained a second language for life by age 3, when 80% of the brain has already been developed.

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Lexody

Networking and matchmaking app for language learners.

Find speakers of any language, who also want to learn the language you speak. Meet in person and speak in each language for 30 minutes.

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Learning a new language is difficult. Even with all of the popular apps and software to help you become bilingual, nothing can substitute exposure to a native speaker. For this reason, Lexody has put together an educational service that matches you with native speakers to have conversations at your convenience to help build your foreign language skills.
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Walsh Costigan didn't want to create just another dating or language learning app, but instead wanted to pull the best parts of each and fuse them together into an app that help ed people learn a new language and learn it in good company.
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Language Models

Automatically analyse any written and spoken human language.

We supply language models that can be used to automatically analyse written and spoken human language.

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I recently launched www.languagemodels.io, the first side project in my Dogme 95 series. In this blog post, I will explain why I created the project, and what I have learned. Things I've learnt from launching so far: 1. It's a lot of fun getting to talk to a bunch of different users.
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