Mondly: Learn 33 Languages

Mondly: Learn 33 Languages

By ATi Studios

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2015-06-04
  • Current Version: 6.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 83.40 MB
  • Developer: ATi Studios
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 1,321 Ratings

Description

With Mondly you can learn 33 languages: Spanish, American English, British English, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Swedish, Arabic, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Greek, Romanian, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Hindi, Hebrew, Polish, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Czech, Croatian, Finnish, Persian (Farsi), Afrikaans and Turkish for FREE. Learn languages with free lessons daily. In just minutes you’ll start memorizing core words, form sentences, learn phrases and take part in conversations. Fun language lessons improve your vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation like no other language learning method. Beginner or advanced learner, traveler or business professional with a tight schedule? The app works great and dynamically adjusts to your needs. Explore language exercises for reading, listening, writing and speaking, enhanced with a dictionary, verb conjugator and state-of-the-art speech recognition technology - you’ll feel like having your own tutor in your pocket. Download the language learning pill today and enjoy the benefits of learning a new language for life. Here are the key features that make Mondly a great tutor for you: • Crystal-clear audio and professional voice actors. Learn pronunciation from conversations between native speakers. • State-of-the-art Speech Recognition. Mondly knows how to listen to your words and phrases. You will only get a positive feedback if you speak clearly and correctly. This will improve your pronunciation. • Useful phrases for real situations. Memorizing hundreds of isolated words is not the way to go when it comes to learning languages. Mondly teaches you vocabulary through core words and phrases. The app breaks the learning process down into short lessons and puts them into themed packs. • Learn from conversations. Conversation is the main reason to take this free course. It will help you build a core vocabulary with widely-used nouns and verbs. • Verb conjugations. Learn more from this course. Tap the verbs and get the full conjugation, including the translation. It’s faster and better than a dictionary. • Advanced Statistics. The App uses intelligent reporting, so you can always follow your progress. Build your vocabulary step by step and become better. All these make Mondly the best way to learn Spanish, American English, British English, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Greek, Romanian, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Hindi, Hebrew, Polish, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Czech, Croatian, Finnish, Persian (Farsi), Afrikaans and Turkish for FREE. At the end of these language lessons, you will master the most useful 5000 words and phrases and you will be on the fast lane to learning a new language. ------------------------------------ PLEASE NOTE You will need a subscription in order to get access to all of this app’s courses and features. Subscription options: One-monthly subscription for $US9.99 (or the equivalent in local currency), automatically renewed until canceled. One-yearly subscription for $US47.99 (or the equivalent in local currency), automatically renewed until canceled. Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current payment period. Your iTunes account will be automatically charged at the same price for renewal within the 24-hour period prior to the end of the current payment period unless you change your subscription preferences in your Account Settings. You can manage your subscriptions through your Account Settings after purchase. When a subscription is canceled, access to the app’s courses and features will expire at the end of the current payment period. Privacy Policy: http://mondlylanguages.com/policies/en/privacy.html Official website: http://www.mondlylanguages.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mondlylanguages We welcome your feedback and suggestions at: ios[at]mondlylanguages[dot]com

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  • 5star

    5
    By Anoumanouse 111
    Good app learned all Arabic and russain learing more soon
  • Perfect pocket companion

    5
    By Slaine44
    Fast easy to manage thorough and actually takes a little time everyday, plus you can revise and go through lessons as many times you choose. Perfect
  • Needs improvement

    1
    By Jenhose
    I’m learning Italian and quite enjoy this app, but it’s full of mistakes, inconsistencies and poor translations. It is frustrating that my correct English translations are often marked wrong. The introduction of words is rather random and I’ve been unable to deduce simple grammatical rules without using other resources. I wouldn’t recommend paying for this app. Duolingo is better and is free. For paid apps, Babbel is much more accurate and thorough.
  • Superb

    5
    By Martb69
    Simply the best I’ve tried to date
  • Mondly

    2
    By Bubble player q
    Up until recently I have enjoyed using this app. Following a recent update even when I have done my daily lesson when I go to do the weekly quiz i can’t do because it keeps saying I haven’t done all the daily lessons.
  • Dissatisfied

    5
    By naijahijabi
    I completed all my daily Korean lessons for the past week but wasn’t able to access the weekly quiz. Is this a glitch? Very disappointing because my goal for the tear was to finish all the daily, monthly and weekly quizzes.
  • Only way I have found to learn effectively

    5
    By Dibbo36
    The interface is really simple, and the variation in learning styles is really good and works well for me. I have tried other ways to learn languages but this has worked best for me so far.
  • Don't feel confident in buying with basic errors in free material

    1
    By Sarah-flute
    I love the idea of this app, and how many languages it has, but particularly for an app which requires payment for advanced lessons, I was startled how many peculiar problems it had in the free parts. I was hoping to use it to brush up my once fluent, now rather rusty Russian. From the very start I was taken aback by some of the choices made; for example, using the conditional to ask for a cup of tea. Correct, but very formal sounding, would sound strange to Russian ears IMO. The insistence on the conditional also means the learner is typing я бы хотел(а) - neither the masculine or feminine version seems to be accepted, only the awkward-to-type version with the feminine ending in brackets. Also there are weird inconsistencies like asking for coffee, but asking for a cup of tea - and only one is accepted in each case. One ends up memorising what the program wants to hear, not to actually produce the language with understanding. The got to the lesson on possession, and the very first sentence was я имею. Now strictly speaking, yep, that means 'I have', but it isn't the usual way one would say it, and indeed the lesson promptly jumped to у меня есть and never went back to the verb. Very weird. And then we get у меня собака: I'm not going to say no one ever says that, but у меня есть собака is standard Russian, and the program won't accept it. Yet again, it's maddenly inconsistent, using есть for a toothbrush but not a cat, with no rhyme or reason. Есть can be omitted, but not in every situation, and in the places Mondly is omitting it? Hmmm. Not convinced. I reported some of the sentences that should have been accepted, but besides that it's difficult to see how to make this workable. It doesn't fill me with confidence to spend £11 on further lessons or to invest any time in trying other languages where I won't know if what I'm being taught is strange, incomplete, or plain old wrong. As of January 2016, the app is still teaching non-standard or overly complex phrases that would sound peculiar/overly formal in many situations or else are just incorrect, and not accepting perfectly standard sentences. A real shame. Some of the languages may be great, but Russian was quite a let down. I'm glad I knew enough to smell a rat. I will probably keep doing the daily lessons while they're there, but I have no confidence in Mondly for accuracy now, and I can't justify spending any money when there are so many problems in just one set of six short lessons. Very disappointing. As of October 2017, the Hebrew course has many similar issues to the Russian course. It's absolutely unsuitable for beginners unless they have really good backup and only use Mondly as a supplement. Most of the problems for Hebrew are that Mondly doesn't deal with gendered language properly, that some of the translations are a little strange or downright incorrect (as with Russian), and that the translations are unreasonably inflexible (as with Russian). Past tense versions of verbs in Hebrew are linked to present tense versions of English words, and while some sentences have both male and female versions, many do not. Strangely, some of those which are neutral (for example אפשר + infinitive) have both male and female versions, but thirty seconds later it's giving you only the male or only the female version of a sentence which is in the present tense and which therefore you need both versions of. If a person learned purely from Mondly, without knowing this, they might very well end up speaking a strange mix of male and female verb forms, which would sound very strange to a native or fluent speaker. There are also errors with regards to the direct object marker and definite articles, the latter sometimes being omitted where it's required. Essentially, Mondly Hebrew has the usual Mondly issues plus a couple that are more specific to Hebrew. As a supplement, it's not completely awful, especially given the dearth of material for Hebrew learners, but it really needs to be backed up by more flexible and grammatically accurate study. I would definitely be wary of relying to heavily on it, and it's not good enough as your main source of Hebrew or as something to spend money on. Without some previous knowledge, you will end up wasting time because too much of it just isn't correct and will end up having to be unlearned later. Don't be fooled by the nifty graphics and the long list of languages. Mondly is not doing its job. I also have to say that, contrary to Mondly's review responses on negative reviews, I've emailed Mondly and sent reports in the past. I also have to note that, contrary to what is said in response to negative feedback, I've sent emails/feedback to Mondly and I have had exactly one response to an email, after I mentioned in a review that I hadn't had replies. This seems to be the only way to get Mondly to take notice... Dear Mondly iOS people, I've just reported/emailed you about a bunch more errors in Mondly Hebrew. You might wanna look into that! As of January '18, I just did an entire lesson where the sentences at the end were grammatically correct, but every single word introduced was in the wrong tense - past tense Hebrew matched with present tense English. Mondly say they rely on customer feedback, but they consistently fail to tackle the enormous issues with this course.
  • Great app - some additional features would be good

    5
    By Samuel3150
    Mondly is a great app, and it’s both more comprehensive and more in-depth (in vocabulary terms, at least) than other competitors out there. If there’s a point I would consider for improvement: a better mechanism to revise all vocabulary would be good, say a randomised set of 20 learned words or a random learned topic for a revision session. As it is: though I do like the ‘brain view’ groupings of vocabulary, this could be complemented with more. Anyway, it’s a great learning experience - and one which is at its best when used to complement other learning options, as part of a broader approach.
  • Good however

    4
    By PlushChild
    I love this app so much, it’s effective, useful and really engaging! However, I’m struggling to use the app as I accidentally wanted said I wanted to learn Indian and I don’t want to and I can’t find a way to delete it if my list and it bugs me too much. Could you add a feature to delete languages you’ve added? Thank you.

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