As noted by Lory in her original review of the app here on AppAdvice, Duolingo “makes learning a different language fun.”
And now, it makes learning a different language fun even without an Internet connection. This is possible on account of Duolingo’s new offline mode.
Ideal for “frequent fliers, subway riders, and those with spotty Internet connections,” Duolingo’s offline mode automatically stores about an hour’s worth of language lessons. As a result, you can now learn with Duolingo anytime and anywhere you want.
Duolingo has also been updated with speaking exercises for learning English, French, German, and Spanish. Speaking exercises for learning Italian and Portuguese are said to be coming soon.
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Furthermore, Duolingo’s latest update lets you see the words that you “strengthened” at the end of each lesson and share your achievements on Facebook and Twitter.
Duolingo is free to download and free of any ads, hidden fees, or in-app subscriptions. Watch the video above to learn how such a fantastic language learning app manages to be available for free.