Want to learn a new language? Here are some promising tools!
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A simple and 100% free way to learn Spanish, French, German, and a bunch of other languages. Remains totally free throughout your use.
It's a Flash-card app (totally free) which you can use for several languages. Uses a "garden" memory metaphor, and syncs with an online account.
This one is listed as "free" but is actually PAID (!) because it requires a Babbel subscription, for 10 Euro/month. Still, the crazy ratings show these guys know what they are doing.
AnkiDroid Open Source Team
Our favorite flashcard app. Open-source, totally free, available on the Web and on the desktop as well, syncs your progress via cloud. In a word, awesome.
Another well-loved flashcard app. Claims it improves on Anki's algorithm, which is already very sophisticated. That's a bold claim to make, but it has other features going for it too.
Specifically for Japanese (could you guess from the name?). Helpful for learning how to read, and you can even try using it to learn how to write because it supports stroke order.
One of the most important languages in the world today. Babbel has lots of other language-specific apps, too.
Well, of course -- you don't always want to learn a whole new language, sometimes you just want to converse with someone. With speech recognition and two-way conversation mode, Google Translate is definitely the #1 solution out there today.
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