Learn Japanese with Ling APK

Version 3.6.7 - com.simyasolutions.ling.ja

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APP Information

Download Version 3.6.7 (3035)
Apk Size81.36 MB
App DeveloperSimya Solutions Ltd.
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.simyasolutions.ling.ja.apk
Website http://simyasolutions.com/index.php/home/products/learn-languages-with-master-ling/

Download Learn Japanese with Ling 3.6.7 APK

App Description

Learn Japanese with Ling is simyasolutions,ling,education, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Simya Solutions Ltd. website who developed it. com.simyasolutions.ling.ja.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 3.6.7 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 99+ times on store. You can also download com.simyasolutions.ling.ja APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Our free Japanese language learning app is designed to make learning Japanese as 
 and as 
 as possible! Using a variety of 
, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in the Japanese language using just your smartphone! 
Whether you’re a complete beginner and don’t know any Japanese words and you want to learn the basics of the language, or you’re already pretty fluent and want to learn advanced Japanese or brush up on your knowledge – Ling has you covered! 
Traditional Japanese language lessons can be boring, dull and no fun at all. At Ling, we’ve made the learning process fun by using 
 to teach you how to read, write and speak Japanese! 
- Flashcards
- Word quizzes
- Chatbot to practise conversation
- Speaking to improve your pronunciation
- Writing practice using your finger and smartphone screen
- Review what you have learned
- Dialogue: Practical conversation in real life
- Match pictures with the corresponding word
- Sort sentences into the correct order
- Complete the unfinished sentence
… And much, much more! 
With so many different mini games, challenges, quizzes and puzzles to teach you Japanese, you’ll have hours of fun learning a new language. It may not feel like learning at all! 
- User friendly interface is easy to navigate
- Individual courses covering different aspects of the Japanese language
- Courses for all fluency levels, from absolute beginner to very advanced
- Mini games, flashcards, challenges and interactive games to help you learn much faster
- Learn Japanese using an app that was made by Japanese natives
- Assess yourself on Japanese speaking and pronunciation 
- Learn useful Japanese grammar while playing fun games
- Learn how to write the Japanese alphabets
- Learn how to speak about a variety of different topics
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If you have any suggestions or feedback, please contact us at [email protected] Have fun learning! 

App ChangeLog

  • Have you been waiting? Here are the latest updates, fresh out of the box.
  • Improvement:
  • - Minor Bug fix
  • - UI & UX improvements
  • Found anything suspicious? Who you gonna call? Contact us here: [email protected]
  • Have fun learning with Ling!

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  1. divy chhaya-avatar

    divy chhaya

    This app has written, spoken, and heard material for Japanese, which makes it quite effective. The material is presented in a fun, interactive manner. Kudos to you, friends!

  2. Aastha Kumari-avatar

    Aastha Kumari

    Boring game !.......just two lessons for free .....rest are premium 😒😒. Also, graphics not good..... Takes too much time to load a lesson...🥱. Overall, NOT INTERESTING !

  3. シャーロット-avatar


    Its loading forever i had to force stop twice to open the app every time sometimes it doesnt even work. The app is great i had a lesson but i cant get in sht

  4. zaheer ahmed-avatar

    zaheer ahmed

    Very good and helpfull app

  5. Raúl RE-avatar

    Raúl RE

    Ok, I've played a couple of lessons, while I'm not a Japanese master whatsoever, I have JLPT N4 degree, so my opinion is based on that fact. The idea is great, and the experience overall is good, also it is very affordable. However, I felt like there are some questions where the hint is so obvious you don't even need to know something to answer them. For example, they ask you to match numbers, that's ok, but it definitely doesn't work when they include and image with the number on it, if you are asked to translate "thirteen" to "じゅうさん", you just pick the image with "13" written on it. Also, I felt like there's is too much romaji, maybe a little less would be better.

  6. Kenny-avatar


    Ling, in terms of user experience seems great. However, the content is a bit on the confusing side. I've been taking lessons while using Ling and other apps and Ling seems to throw a lot of different particles and words at you without knowledge of why they're used or what they might be. Eg: the introduction lesson only highlights all the pronouns mid way through the lesson rather than at the start. The introduction chatbot also throws genki desu ka? (how are you?) at you before you've learnt it.

  7. Courtney McDowell-avatar

    Courtney McDowell

    The interface is great, and the intro lessons are very informative. My only concern that I've noticed is that right off the bat the app seems to be teaching informal Japanese instead of formal (e.g., -da verbs instead of -desu). I'm still not even N5, so please take this with as much salt as you want, but I feel like teaching starting from the polite form should be warranted. In addition, the verbs as written don't clarify they're informal. That's my only complaint in an otherwise solid app! よくやったね!

  8. Mariah Rivera-avatar

    Mariah Rivera

    It's good for beginners but if you are just trying to brush up what you know like I am, this app doesn't seem to have a way to speed up the process of where you want to learn like Duolingo or Lingodeer which I think is a huge disadvantage. Also, some of the words are without context, which is very important in Japanese society. You might actually be setting yourself up to look very rude. If this app is going to start you off with basic Japanese, they should focus on formal Japanese first.

  9. Aaron noone-avatar

    Aaron noone

    So many flaws in this program. But the worst part is you'll have a "speaking" and "writing" tests in every part. You can easily cheat the system for writing by pressing "Skip" and racking up a lot of points. Additionally, the Speaking system is awfully programmed, and many times you'll pronounce things wrong but still get points. Alternatively, you'll pronounce things right, even get local Japanese to speak, but the program will give it %0 score. So Simya solutions is good in taking money. Regarding apps is a whole different story. Use LingoDeer or something else.

  10. Robin Hansen-avatar

    Robin Hansen

    It's a good app. I found it on Reddit, and would recommend it to beginners of Japanese. The app is well made, and features native speakers. A unique and nice feature are the conversations and that you fill in words to complete it. It would be even better if the app had a test, in which you could skip a few chapters, if the user already knows them well. I'm no longer an absolute beginner, and will stick to my ways of studying. I will recommend the app for absolute beginners, and individuals who want to learn a language when they're out and about, or have a few minutes to spare. Rating: 5/5.