Duolingo

Duolingo

The free, fun & effective way to learn a language
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122 Reviews
Kseniya Gurevich
Python Developer
8 reviews
I'm learning Hebrew in this app. It's great! There are motivating competitions and rewards. Words and phrases from DuoLingvo stay in your head for a long time.
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Ars Chet
Ars Chet
@ars_chet
5 reviews
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I adore Duolingo! I even feel as an ambassador because some of my friends also join studying after me. What I like the most is that Duolingo constantly evolving their mechanics. So you won't be bored. I'm with Duolingo since 2016, finished Italian course twice! And now I'm also have more that half of a thousand streak. Duolingo helps me to be multilingual
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Anna Kasumova
Co-founder & marketer at Ploito.com
103 reviews
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My lovely app for learning languages
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Veit Josef Schneider
UX Designer, Product Manager & Tutor
11 reviews
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only using free mode on brave desktop without ads :)
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Imo
Imo

Marketing at Relai App

8 reviews
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Brilliant product. The owl bullies me into learning German.
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Viktoria Zaiets

Marketing

1 review
Duolingo is the only app that helped me develop a habit of everyday language learning, which is essential if you want to succeed. Love the app for all its educational content and teaching approach.
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Giri Prasath.D

Data & Analytics at cognizant

3 reviews
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I'm currently learning a new language from Duolingo, it is super convient
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Tim Ang
Tim Ang

Founder & Leadership at Melon

6 reviews
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Great extension. Would like to see AI-generated reading material that integrates everything you've learned til now. They also still haven't mastered the non-European languages - Duolingo is not the place to become literate in Chinese, but is ok for mastering a few phrases.
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Inna Mezhlumyan
engineer
12 reviews
The absolute best language-buddy! Of course to learn a language you will need to actually study grammar and work on your skills. But duolingo can be great for daily warmup exercises. It is not gonna replace actual lessons but it does make the process fun and consistent. Not a fun of Duolingo's passive aggressiveness but oh, man, does it make you open the app and complete a lesson just to see the owl happy again :D
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XeSt
XeSt
Customer care
4 reviews
I've been using this language tool for over five years now, and it's the best free language-learning platform I've ever used. It's constantly improving, and it offers a wide range of features to help you learn a new language, including listening and speaking skills.
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