Used by over 300 million people to learn about 34 different languages, Duolingo is one of the most used language apps out there. It is also one of the best apps to learn Spanish; about 25 million people are actively using Duolingo to learn Spanish, making the language the most ordered on the platform.
With speaking, listening, reading, and writing exercises, Duolingo makes it easy to pick up all the basic and complex words, terms, phrases, and grammar you need to learn about the Spanish lingo. Duolingo is entirely free to use and the learning model is beginner-friendly.
You can also choose to subscribe to a premium version of the app (called Duolingo Plus). It costs $6.99 monthly and allows you to save courses for offline usage and remove ads within the app.
Memrise is another popular language app that’s being used by over 20 million users to learn over 20 different languages. There are two dedicated Spanish language courses you can learn on Memrise — Spanish (Spain) and Spanish (Mexico).
A unique reason to use the Memrise app to learn Spanish is its standout model of teaching. Be you a beginner or someone looking to boost your lingo, you can learn from real native Spanish speakers via pre-recorded video clips. There’s also a record feature that captures your voice to analyze if you pronounce words and sentences right or not.
Videos aside, you can also spice up learning with a little fun via the in-app practice games. The app also features a Dark Mode for learning in the dark without hurting your eyes.
The MosaLingua app is another renowned app for learning Spanish that’s available on both the iOS and Google app stores. MosaLingua uses a science-backed Spaced repetition system (SRS) to foster long-term vocabulary memorization and ensure that you don’t forget new words and sentences you’ve learned.
MosaLingua also prides itself as a no-nonsense language learning app that only teaches you the vital Spanish words you’ll be using 80% of the time in Spanish-speaking countries.
The app is easy to use & navigate, and you’ll also find the integrated dialogues a fun way to virtually learn the correct Spanish accent and pronunciation of certain words.
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