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.
Ingenious and intuitive way of mastering a foreign languageCons:
Still needs some tweeks
This is great!
I mainly learned english by watching movies, reading books, etc. in english so your method makes perfect sense to me.
In fact, I think that it is essentially the best way to learn how to speak like a native (because the classical way of learning tends to yield overly formal results).
Just a couple notes:
1. When you tap on a word and immediately tap on another the two audio dictation (by the way, great feature) run at the same time.
2. You should implement a "Personal Goal" feature where people can set objectives for themselves (like how many articles to read in a week or how many words to learn etc.)Hugo Henry Moulard has used this product for one day.
Looks pretty useful. I specially liked the book version. Was pretty much bored with Duolingo after completing all the chapters there.Cons:
Looks like the app is not very optimised for performance but i understand the focus would be more on to test the usability.
Will use for the next couple of weeks and share my feedback. But great stuff! :)Rohit Goyal has used this product for one day.