Flowlingo

Get fluent in a language through content immersion

#1 Product of the DayAugust 09, 2018

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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Reviews

  • Hugo Henry MoulardHead of monetization
    Pros: 

    Ingenious and intuitive way of mastering a foreign language

    Cons: 

    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.
  • Rohit GoyalCEO, Mudrex
    Pros: 

    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.

Discussion

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Matt KellyMaker@mkelly · Flowlingo, Ex-Facebook
We’re excited to share our new language learning app, Flowlingo. Our app is built around a few simple principles: - The best way to learn is by doing. To practice reading in Spanish, you should read Spanish articles and books. To practice listening, you should spend time with TV shows, music, and podcasts. - Real content is better than “educational content”. Every language has an amazing variety of books, blogs, TV shows, and music. Choose whatever interests you, and Flowlingo will make it accessible, even if you’re a beginner. - The best way to stay motivated is to enjoy the process. With Flowlingo, you learn by doing the same things you already enjoy — in the language you want to practice. - Regular practice is key to improvement. There’s new content every day, and Flowlingo makes it easy to get a few minutes of learning while you’re on the go. - Real learning progress is better than gamification. It's not about collecting “points” or extending your “streak”. It's about the satisfaction of breezing through articles you used to think were difficult, and moving on to more challenging material. We hope you give Flowlingo a shot, and let us know what you think!
Jenya Hovakimyan@jenya_hovakimyan
great way to learn a language while reading posts you're actually interested in.
Matt KellyMaker@mkelly · Flowlingo, Ex-Facebook
Mané Karen@mane_gharibyan · PR Specialist, Growth Hacker
Great!
Matt KellyMaker@mkelly · Flowlingo, Ex-Facebook
Arsen Hakobian@arsen_hakobian · Advertising Coordinator
so oool)))
Matt KellyMaker@mkelly · Flowlingo, Ex-Facebook
Babken Karapetyan@babken_karapetyan · Innovation is a Memetic Evolution
Just what I can say is only one "Perfect". Because a fact that I want to learn a lot of languages, in my idea this one will help me.
Matt KellyMaker@mkelly · Flowlingo, Ex-Facebook
Thanks @babken_karapetyan! Let me know if you have any feedback (you can just tap "Help" in the app to chat).