Published 1 Feb 2020
[cont'd] can be used to teach either the mother tongue or a foreign language with short and fun lessons and games that are adapted to both languages. While the app is available in both Android and iOS, there are several features in the Android version that haven't been implemented in the iOS version yet. The app also lets you learn via some nicely hand drawn illustrations but it's the accurate translations that are the real hero here. These are backed up by pronunciations that have been recorded by actual native speakers.
The FunEasyLearn app is only available for mobile devices and can be found on both the Play Market and the App Store. You can either learn 34 languages on Android (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.funeasylearn.languages) or you can download the FunEasyLearn – Learn Languages app for iOS (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.funeasylearn.languages). Apart from the free version there's a more comprehensive paid version where you can subscribe for 1,3,6 or 12 months with prices varying depending on where in the world you live. Once downloaded, all courses can be accessed offline, making it perfect for learning 'on the go.' There's little to beat the concept of learning in general and language learning specifically. FunEasyLearn makes it easy and convenient and all from the safety of your smartphone.