Rosetta Course brings language learning to Android

April 10, 2013
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Have you ever wanted to learn a new language but didn't want to take time to sit in classrooms or in front of a PC for hours on end? Then the folks from the highly acclaimed and award winning Rosetta Stone have something for you. It's called Rosetta Course and was recently released on Android with tons of demo courses and more all for free.

We can now take the award-winning Rosetta Stone language learning software with us wherever we'd like all on our Android smartphones and tablets. Obviously you can't learn the entire language for free, but they have around 24 free demos that will get you started before pulling out the credit card.

Rosetta Course has speech recognition and features that works on nearly every single Android device, and those with a stylus even have support for writing to help learn in a different manor. They also have text, image, and speech exercises to really speed up your learning curve. The PC software costs well over $400, so it's nice to see this pop up on Android.

It looks like you'll be able to sign in with existing accounts and sync progress from the PC to your tablet and or smartphone. Then for new users you can take the first full course of any of the 24 languages offered for free, then you'll need to sign up. It still isn't cheap, but now you can learn on the go. Get it from the link below.

[via Play Store]


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  • UsuallyMadAtSomething

    Very neat. :) Hope they have English/Thai. Was never a fan of their Windows 95 interface, but this Android apps looks totally different. Can’t wait to try it!