Babbel – Learn Languages Spanish, French & more

Babbel – Learn Languages Spanish, French & more

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date:
  • Current Version: 5.4.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • Developer: Lesson Nine GmbH
  • Compatibility: Android
1,349 Ratings
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Babbel – Learn Languages Spanish, French & more App

Learn Spanish, French, Italian, German, and many more languages with Babbel, the shortest path to real-life conversations in a new language. Developed by a team of language learning experts, Babbel has helped millions of people speak a new language with confidence. The Babbel Method Here’s what makes Babbel more effective than any other language learning app: 1. Confidence — Our goal is to get you speaking from your very first lesson. And our elegantly designed courses give you the confidence to get there. We teach you how to engage in practical, everyday conversations, making it easier for you to have authentic experiences in your new language. 2. Comprehension — Our lessons immerse you in relevant culture and real-life conversations. We want you to really take in the language, not just memorize useless phrases. And we provide helpful hints in English (or your native language) to make your new language more relatable. 3. Retention — We know you’re busy. That’s why our lessons are short but sweet: about 10-15 minutes, and designed to send your new language straight to long-term memory. We regularly refresh your memory with our dynamic review sessions, which target areas where you need improvement most. Finally, we make sure you really grasp what you’re learning by bringing it back later in a new context. Features • 14 languages to choose from • 10-15 minute, bite-sized lessons that fit conveniently into your schedule • Lessons covering a wide range of useful topics, from travel to business (and more!) • Speech recognition technology to keep your pronunciation on point • Courses at a variety of skill levels, making Babbel ideal for both beginners and more advanced learners • Our robust Review Manager helps you retain new vocabulary • Learning progress that’s synchronized across all your devices, so you can easily pick up right where you left off Languages Spanish, French, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Polish, English, Indonesian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian Works for your goals After just one month, you will be able to speak confidently about practical topics, such as: • Transportation • Shopping • Directions • Making friends and socializing • Dining And much more! What people are saying about Babbel: “Babbel is one of the stalwarts of the online language-learning sphere.” -The Next Web “Babbel’s lessons, unlike Duolingo’s, first focus on building basic conversational skills.” -The Economist “Babbel exceeds expectations, delivering high-quality, self-paced courses in 13 languages.” -PC Magazine *Named 2016’s “most innovative company in education” by Fast Company* *The World’s Highest Grossing Language Learning App* PLEASE NOTE You will need a subscription in order to get access to the full learning materials for one language. For each language there are four subscription options available: One-month subscription for $9.99 Three-month subscription for $19.99 Six-month subscription for $33.99 Twelve-month subscription for $59.99 Each subscription will be automatically renewed 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 iTunes Account Settings. 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: Terms of use:

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Babbel – Learn Languages Spanish, French & more app reviews

  • Interface problems with I-pad 3/5

    By Sittlichk8
    Many quiz items cannot be done because keyboard pops up and blocks text.
  • Unworty 1/5

    By Asdfeefbfddb
    After 1. course it goes to directly payment teachers voice is no good , waste money waste time
  • 😩 1/5

    By HLR138
    Arabic is not an option to learn.
  • Very good 5/5

    By Trip455
    This app for the money you pay is worth every penny. You learn a lot. The only thing is that if you know some Spanish may be a week of class or 20 to 30 hours in a class. This this app is golden. They should arrange a way for students to talk to each other to practice.
  • Almost perfect 3/5

    By LesAnn81
    The app is great in that it utilizes a lot of different learning styles to teach you the content. However there are three main areas that could be improved: 1. I requested to learn 'Latin America' Spanish, not 'Spain' Spanish. However, the lessons continue to default to words used in Spain rather than Latin America (e.g., vosotros, billete, etc); 2. The voice recognition feature could be better (it often indicates I've incorrectly pronounced a word when it was clearly correct - unbiased observers agree); 3. There needs to be a review at the end of lessons for the items you did poorly on. Finally, it would be great if the app came with charts to reference all the information you are learning such as grammar and vocabulary. The lessons dive right in without giving you any overview of how sentences are structured or the basics of grammar in the language.
  • great for the beginners 5/5

    By 上课戳手机
    Almost the best app I've every use for studying a new language!
  • Korean... 3/5

    By Kwon sohyun not offered. :(
  • Babbel 5/5

    By Slbrail87
    I love it!
  • Really good but, 2/5

    By Cclark185
    Right when they get you hooked with the first lesson they stop you and make you pay. No problem but I don't want to pay 10$ per month
  • Good to learn French but not good to learn practical French for your trip! 3/5

    By potteradict
    I paid the full price to get all the full lessons in this app and I feel a little regretful. I started with the basics which was fine but when I choose to do the French for your vacation courses they don't seem very practical to me. I would prefer full sentences and phrases that will most likely be used while vacationing. Or survival French. I don't care to learn how to write French. I don't mind learning how to read it. I don't like that it makes you write the word down as part of the lessons. If you have time and the patience to go through all the lessons then it's a good investment. I paid for 6 months of lessons and I don't yet feel comfortable with my French.
  • No Korean or Japanese language to learn 1/5

    By DesireArrowed56
    What a disappointing app I cannot learn Korean or Japanese language... Please add those in future.
  • Not working 2/5

    By Kat92Mia
    Was great until after I purchased the app and the mic function stopped working. What a waste.
  • Love love love this app 4/5

    By Tiffannyrg
    I've been using the app for a month now and can honestly say it's worth the price. I've learned more in a month than a year using Rosetta Stone. It's very user friendly and caters to multiple learning styles. The only drawback is the verbal response is super sensitive and rarely works. I have to be sitting in a very silent room with headsets on for it to register. Such a small price to pay for all of the other benefits!! Do yourself a favor and try it.
  • Highly recommend 5/5

    By Michelemomof2
    This app is awesome. It's a bit of a battery drain but well worth it! I used it for Spanish and it covered a lot of vocabulary, conversation and verb conjugation as well as article agreement. I'm kind of addicted to it!
  • French 5/5

    By 1996e
    It could be a little more fun but the lessons are simple. Having a few flash cards that remind you of lessons taught in each lesson would be helpful instead of going through it all again to refresh your memory.
  • Great app! 4/5

    By superreviewer123
    Super fun to learn a new language. Babbel makes it easy. Some of the examples are a little weird, but it works! Thanks! :)
  • Best for learning languages 5/5

    By run2tunes
    Babbel is the best app/website for learning a new language and worth the subscription price. It teaches concepts rather than simply presenting words and phrases for memorization. They've recently fixed some longstanding bugs in the reviews feature. The disadvantage of using this multi-language app over individual language Babbel apps is that this one doesn't remember your place when switching languages. That's a big drawback for multi-language learners. For that reason, it may be worth downloading multiple specific language Babbel apps if you have room on your device.

    By Mmumk
    This app is incredibly awesome. You can really learn any language so easily till you speak as a native speaker.
  • Very good 4/5

    By davidampuerom
    So far no problems with the app
  • Good for language learning 4/5

    By Ch3r1n
    I have tried several other programs and this is by far the best program. However, it is very expensive. I'd like to have the option to purchase outright.
  • Not enough selection of languages 1/5

    By Aaron J. Perra
    Needing to learn Finnish!
  • Babel is the Best! 5/5

    By Eddiester
    Best language learning system I've found. And I've tried a bunch.
  • okayheyy 4/5

    By lolkpopandanime
    this is an amazing app and i have learned a lot so far using it. if you could please add a bit more languages that would be amazing. when i first downloaded it i was hoping to learn korean only to find there was none. so it would really help if there was korean for me. Thank You!
  • Great for false starters 5/5

    By Mellamowhat
    I took Spanish in high school. I can read and write but never reached being conversational. Every sentence was a long translation process in my head. This app is great for drilling useful sentences and reviewing what you've learned. You can skip around different lessons to find what suits you. The best I've tried for this purpose.
  • No.. to renting information 2/5

    By ItsCosmo
    This may very well be a great app for learning a language, but I will not support a subscription based model in order to use it. Sell something at a fair price, and I will consider buying, but I'll never rent software buy the month.
  • Blows away the competition 5/5

    By tim75
    I've been trying to learn German and after only a few days of using Babbel I can tell it is way better than anything else I've tried. That includes Duolingo, Memrise, Busuu, and Rosetta Stone. I wish I hadn't wasted my time on all the others. The review manager for vocabulary works great. And there are tons of lessons including music! Ich denke, dass es ist großartig! Du musst es probieren. (I think it is great! You have to try it.)
  • Stupid and sad 😭 1/5

    By Allielover101
    This app is sooo stupid! U have to pay to go to level two!! I was really looking forward to learning french😥👎
  • Hard to contact for support 1/5

    By kannykar
    I was really disappointed with this product. After realizing I was moving to Italy instead of Spain I attempted to get a hold of someone to see how I could switch languages. After I didn't hear anything back, I decided I wanted to cancel my subscription. I used the app to try to reach out to cancel my subscription and never heard back from their support. I signed up for three months initially and have been wrongfully charged every three months since. If you order three months you order three months. If someone actually reached out to me I may have been able to resolve this issue sooner.
  • Free lesson was good, the rest garbage 1/5

    By 500kv
    As far as a "real world" translation and learning experience. This was a fourth grade teacher nightmare. Garbage
  • Babbel 5/5

    By iPad game for Splatoon
    I love how enjoyable and stress free for my son and me to learn Spanish. The repetition on the words are absolutely needed and amazingly well done for anyone who are interested in learning a foreign language. We will definitely will be learning more of other languages as well.😊✌️C Macklin
  • Great app for real learning 5/5

    By Tiffanymwr15
    I am someone with an educational history of several years of Spanish and is still not fluent. I have tried Rosetta Stone and Duolingo for variety sake and Babbel beats them out by a long shot. Here's why: Rosetta Stone holds your hand and drags you through monotonous repetition but doesn't work to help you understand the who/what/why of the language and is not comprehensive, it also a very visual-learner oriented software. If you are not a visual learner then you won't like Rosetta Stone. A positive is that with an online learning membership a learner can do tutoring, play games and do recorded reading exercises. Positives aside - Rosetta Stone will not get you fluent if you only use it alone. Duolingo goes a step further and is engaging while still teaching a lot but again, it suffers from lots of repetition and not explaining what's taking place - although Duolingo's user forums will easily answer questions you may have. Another positive of Duolingo is the opportunity to work on translation of materials - something that can easily test your comprehension/help to enhance it. The fact that Duolingo is a game doesn't hurt and it will get you much closer to fluency than Rosetta Stone if used alone. Babbel knocks both of these programs out of the park. Here's why: Babbel uses conversations within the learning, explains word usage, context, grammar, and has extensive content to help someone learn the language. It feels much more natural using Babbel than any other program and needless to say I am hooked on it because of that. It's much more intuitive to how we live our lives and gives examples of how to use words in real life situations when having conversations. I'm looking forward to continuing to learn with Babbel. I feel like it can get a learner to fluency.
  • Amazing 5/5

    By Jshowers
    So worth it buy now
  • No stars 1/5

    By Ardriana
    Months of writing, months of complaining. Three months auto payment and the app never allowed me past lesson one. Numerous complaints for access to lessons. No response. Took money. No lessons. No response. No recourse. But...theft. Leigh McCormick.
  • $$$$ 2/5

    By Eric Bryant
    I just downloaded the app was enjoying it. it was lovely until I had to pay money for subscriptions to continue on w the levels. it was disappointing. i think babbel would do much better as a business if they didn't require payment. if i wasn't asked to pay i would love to continue using this app
  • Fantastic 5/5

    By Fish out of water hater
    The app is amazing I have learned so much from this app. I especially love how interactive it is, as well as how much it reviews a phrase or word making it easy to remember
  • Great app, but not if you can't pay 2/5

    By Ajaksisisjsjisidi
    The free version gives you the most basic first lesson. Stuff anyone knows if you know the basics of the language. You have to pay to get anything else
  • Wonderful Learning Product 5/5

    By Qtwpqtwp
    I started out with a 40 dollar book with a cd 4 pack that came with it and it was good at getting me started but Babbel keeps me motivated and interested. I still use both but I can learn on down time or review any time with this app I haven't experienced any problems that other reviewers have stated, it works as it should. Definitely buy this if you are serious about learning a language.
  • Good, but flawed. 4/5

    By Rootbeerdude526
    I've been learning Swedish for a good 2 years now and I have a Swedish keyboard on my phone for the special characters, but When I go into Babbel I have to hold down the a and o all the time to get å, ä, and ö. The fact that the former is not an option in settings is unbelievable. Also the review function is flawed. If I mess one up I keep getting it every time on the next review slides. If I miss ten questions I can't review anything else besides those ten questions until the review function resets. True it makes those I was bad at a lot better, but sometimes I knew it and I hit the wrong key. Then it stunts me from reviewing all the 300+ things I have to a timely manner
  • Training and course. Treinamento e curso 1/5

    By Big Dad!!
    Paguei o curso e eles não liberam para ser feito ou treinado pelo aplicativo. Achei muito ruim e nada pratico. I paid the course and they do not release it to be done or trained by the application. I found it very bad and practically nothing.
  • Great app!! 5/5

    By Nola Pie Guy
    This is the first app I've been able to make noticeable progress with. Small manageable chunks, with built in reviews, etc. Highly recommended
  • NOT FREE! 😡😡 1/5

    By Jlskinner
    I was expecting this app to be free and informational, but the add said nothing about you having to pay for it. Would never download the app ever again. 👎🏼😡
  • Great Service 5/5

    By Jagthegr
  • Initially interesting yet quickly boring 2/5

    By Spanish 2 student MC
    I'd had this app for a year. Pros - initially interesting and somewhat fun - pictures are somewhat helpful Cons - spanish appears to be more applicable to speakers in Spain - conjugation/tense names are sometimes different from what you are used to - you get charged for renewal without notification - you can't skip or go back to areas you want to within a lesson (frustrating) - some things are over repeated while other new content is barely reiterated - some lessons cover the some thing - I've caught myself falling asleep on these lessons.
  • Caraza w 5/5

    By Carmen Caraza
  • Excelente 5/5

    By Wilmerpt
    Muy buena aplicación para aprender otro idioma.
  • "The app" for anyone serious about learning 5/5

    By DMDRB
    I speak 4 languages already and had a basic knowledge of French but wanted to go further so decided to try this... This app puts you to complete dialogs right away! Even though I decided to start from the very beginning I never got bored as I did with other apps like RS (which I tried before twice). I'm currently taking German, Italian and French and TOTALLY recommend this app. It is the best I've tried so far.
  • Nope😡 not free at all 1/5

    By XxGirlGamerLDxX
    This is a Worthless app because I thought this was like a free app but when I finished one lesson the rest u had to 💰 pay But I BROKE I'll rather ask my dad how to talk French than waste my money 😡
  • This is such a SCAM! 1/5

    By Queen_aysha
    I used the free version and liked it a lot, so I paid for the subscription and now I can't move to the different levels. I am so mad and cannot even cancel my subscription because it won't let me sign in or send me a new password to reset my account
  • GOOD BUT $$$ 1/5

    By MEOWMEOW!!!4274377393964
    I searched "new language apps for free" in google. This popes up so I got excited! Then I did 1 Lesson and now I have to 💰pay 💰! Like what the heck!!! It said it was FREE!!!! I HATE IT!!!
  • A huge language breakthrough. 5/5

    By Mccj.
    A truly wonderful relief for a language learner. From experience with apps offering language practice, which really gets you nowhere, to Babbel is a huge shock. Within the space of 1 hour I could spit out the basics of a completely new language. If you keep going with it, it is a huge stepping stone towards becoming truly fluent. My only complaint is the lack of any Asian languages or Arabic, something that has a different alphabet besides Latin and Cyrillic alphabets.

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