Introduction Get ready to improve your own English and turn into a contemporary Shakespeare with this Wordflex dictionary app. It utilises instinctive “mind-mapping” tools so that word entries can be turned into active trees which you’re able to move around, shape, re-organise, share and save with tapping gestures.
Top Contenders for the English Crown From Rosetta Stone’s ubiquitous initial marketing campaign to DuoLingo’s millions of users around the world, learning English has never been such a well-assisted task. The apps for both Duolingo and Rosetta Stone are polished, high-end experiences that offer multiple languages, with English being just one of their diversity of […]
“If you want to learn to swim, you need to get in the water” is a phrase used on the Rosetta Stone website, and this certainly shows in this language-learning package’s content and methodology. Its approach to teaching language involves immersing the user in words and phrases of their chosen language, utilising a varied approach […]
What Is Hello English? If you roll back the clock 10 years for one second and answer this question: what would have been your response if someone told you that becoming familiar with a new language could be achieved by sitting in front of your mobile phone? The answer almost certainly would be one of […]
Meeting the Brief You may have already read some criticism of Duolingo online, and may be sceptical about exactly what its appeal is, or what it even is in the first place. Before turning your mind off to the app in the wake of this criticism, let’s see what this app is all about. Duolingo, […]
At the outset of the learning experience, ABA English gives you the option to either dive right in to the learning process, or alternatively, offers you a proficiency test in order to calculate your level of skill in the comprehension of the language. The latter option certainly makes the most sense if the language-learner is […]