Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages - Spanish & French APK

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Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages - Spanish & French apk

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Download Version 7.4.0 (70400011)
Apk Size153.72 MB
App DeveloperRosetta Stone Ltd
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Install on Android7.0 and up

Download Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages - Spanish & French 7.4.0 APK

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Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages - Spanish & French is rosettastone,mobile,courseplayer,education,rosetta,stone, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.45 by 60 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Rosetta Stone Ltd website who developed it. apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 7.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 7.4.0 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 86058+ times on store. You can also download APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Learn a new language and start speaking like a native with Rosetta Stone.

Learning a new language has never been easier than with the new Rosetta Stone. The award-winning language solution combines proven learning methods with its proprietary speech recognition technology. Rosetta Stone is different because it works.

“Rosetta Stone is the gold standard when it comes to learning a new language.” - Mashable

“With its excellent user interface, clear instructions, a wide variety of games and challenges... Rosetta Stone has got it going on.” - TechCrunch


Learn using our proven immersion method. Rosetta Stone carefully crafts sequences of words and images, so you can intuitively derive the meaning of each new phrase, without translations. The lessons recreate real-life scenarios, immersing you in the kind of situations you will encounter on holiday, at work or speaking with family.


Choose from 24 languages: Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Dutch, English (American or British), Filipino (Tagalog), French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian (Farsi), Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Latin American or Spain), Swedish, Turkish, or Vietnamese.


Make progress one step at a time. Our bite-sized lessons fit into your busy day.


Start fine-tuning your pronunciation from the very first lesson with our patented TruAccent speech-recognition engine. You’ll be confident that you know what to say and how to say it.


Maintain your focus with a personalised learning plan. You define your pace. Select a learning plan that matches your goals such as improving your communications at work, preparing for travel or speaking fluently with family and friends.


Never miss a thing and continue learning even when you’re offline. Use Offline Mode to download units so you can complete them later, even offline.


• 2019 PCMag Editors Choice

• 2019 Tabby Awards Winner

• 2019 Best Mobile App Awards: Best Designed App and Best Overall App

Select a subscription:

We offer 3 and 12-month subscriptions — as well as a Lifetime option.

Subscription Details:

• For the first time, we’re offering every one of our languages in one subscription. Flip between languages as often as you’d like and enjoy the freedom to get seriously curious. To access, simply select Unlimited Languages when you subscribe.

• Get full access to all lessons, stories, and audio companion when you subscribe to Rosetta Stone.

• Your account will be auto-renewed 24 hours prior to the end of the current period.

• Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.

Enterprise and Education Learners

• Unlimited use of Rosetta Stone's mobile app is available for existing Enterprise and Education Learners.

• Features may vary for Enterprise and Education Learners.

For questions or assistance, please visit

App ChangeLog

  • • Includes various fixes and enhancements to improve your experience with Rosetta Stone.

App Screens

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requires following permissions on your android device.

view network connections
Allows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.

view Wi-Fi connections
Allows the app to view information about Wi-Fi networking, such as whether Wi-Fi is enabled and name of connected Wi-Fi devices.

pair with Bluetooth devices
Allows the app to view the configuration of the Bluetooth on the phone, and to make and accept connections with paired devices.

send sticky broadcast
Allows the app to send sticky broadcasts, which remain after the broadcast ends. Excessive use may make the phone slow or unstable by causing it to use too much memory.

take pictures and videos
Allows the app to take pictures and videos with the camera. This permission allows the app to use the camera at any time without your confirmation.

Allows access to the list of accounts in the Accounts Service.

full network access
Allows the app to create network sockets and use custom network protocols. The browser and other applications provide means to send data to the internet, so this permission is not required to send data to the internet.

change your audio settings
Allows the app to modify global audio settings such as volume and which speaker is used for output.

read the contents of your SD card
Allows the app to read the contents of your SD card.

run at startup
Allows the app to have itself started as soon as the system has finished booting. This can make it take longer to start the phone and allow the app to slow down the overall phone by always running.

record audio
Allows the app to record audio with the microphone. This permission allows the app to record audio at any time without your confirmation.

modify global animation speed
Allows the app to change the global animation speed (faster or slower animations) at any time.

prevent phone from sleeping
Allows the app to prevent the phone from going to sleep.

modify or delete the contents of your SD card
Allows the app to write to the SD card.

In-App billing
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receive data from Internet
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read Google service configuration
Allows this app to read Google service configuration data.

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Lindsey Skouras-avatar

    Lindsey Skouras


    There really needs to be a way to reset all progress on a language. I finished all of Japanese but after a break I wanted to review the lessons but since they are all marked as complete its hard for me to keep track of which lessons I've done. People have been asking for this for years, I don't understand why Rosetta Stone refuses to help users who want to continue using their product after they "finish"!

  2. Divine Omeh-avatar

    Divine Omeh


    app store It's been really and nice so far. It's like trying to learn a language from the scratch like a new born. So most times you don't translate you just know it's that like how you know chair is chair. The visuals do help a lot. Sadly if you're broke or currently don't have money after the trial version you gotta stick with the limited 🤧🤧 but overall it's good.

  3. Mike King-avatar

    Mike King


    app I hate this. I know quite a bit of several languages but this app is layed out in a confusing way that gives you no clue where to start. Nothing is free so you you'll need to pay at least 3 months in advance as far as I can tell. The money part doesn't bother me, but they give the customer zero idea what exactly you are paying for

  4. Nancy Hallenbeck-avatar

    Nancy Hallenbeck


    apk Pretty good, I just wish that it could assess ability as you go and bump you to level. Also, the pronunciation tutorials are very slow. You can't really skip them. Other than that, I'm learning new terms.. feels like using flash cards which works for me.

  5. Brandon Beemer-avatar

    Brandon Beemer


    دانلود I like the approach Rosetta Stone takes with pictures and pronunciation and giving the app itself 3 stars in hopes that you fix what appears to be a bug with the milestones. No matter how many lessons and practices I pass they don't seem to count towards unlocking the milestones. If I'm doing something please, let me know. If I'm dropping money on this then the app should work correctly in my opinion.

  6. J Morris-avatar

    J Morris


    itunes More pictures and not using the same over and over. Horrible accuracy in picture to reference ratio, just repeated and repeated. I checked the English version jic. This is a very sorry effort, with an obviously oblivious, yet simple fix! Get it done, no excuses. This should've been done a long time ago.

  7. Richard Lima-avatar

    Richard Lima


    crack 9/30/2020 and STILL havent heard bac10/3/2020 update I was told to uninstall and reinstall.and send screenshots. Havent heard back since. Seems like they dont care.10/8/2020 "I would suggest that you try to log in using a different mobile, probably on an Apple or another Android device. " gee thanks your update messed up your app and Customer service suggests I try using it on another device.

  8. Ushio Qi-avatar

    Ushio Qi


    rosetta stone - learn new languages Dishonest monthly charging method. I previously gave this app a 5 star rating because it really is an amazing app, and it really is worth every penny. However, when I paid for a MONTHLY subscription of what it advertised as about 10$ a month, totalling about 109 a year, it implied that I would be paying the 10$ every month, and if memory serves me properly, when I paid it said that 10$ was the amount I was paying. Suddenly couldn't pay my bills due to 109 dollar withdrawal from Rosetta Stone

  9. Brewhunter-avatar



    download So far so good. I think it is worth the cost. Language practice is more organized than apps like Duolingo, which felt more like a ball being tossed at your head. This is much better keeping related words together to provide a better feel and learning experience.

  10. Gabriel Dunlap-avatar

    Gabriel Dunlap


    rosetta stone learn unlimited languages with lifetime access App is a F'ing headache. If for whatever reason you're using the app and a notification comes in as you're selecting it takes you out and makes you restart the lesson over again. Beyond frustrating to use. Stick to the computer & skip the app. Tried making random sounds w/o saying the words and it passed them, I mean I was shocked. Babble at least gives you the option to adjust the mic settings to adjust for your personal tone/volume. 2 stars because the content is web-based. App sucks!!!!!!

  11. Starr Shu-avatar

    Starr Shu


    Voice recognition is absolutely a farce. They sell lifetime subscriptions because if you tried one level of a language you most likely would switch to a free app. It would be the same quality. This technology does not exist yet from what I can tell.

  12. Stephanie West-avatar

    Stephanie West


    Really good visual and interactive learning, great that all learning is in my desired language and I translate using images - better for memory. And so far I'm not learning to write at the same time which is great. The app could be improved by judging my current level better before beginning - maybe a test at first. But I skipped ahead and found a better level for me anyway

  13. Christopher L-avatar

    Christopher L


    This is a serious review specific to the Android app, and learning a language like Mandarin. Summary: this app needs work. Whilst the Rosetta Stone software stack has finally been brought into the 21st century, and the desktop browser experience is on par with their old CD-based Windows software, the Android app feels like an annoyingly clunky direct-copy, with many tiny annoying frustrating bugs and much less functionality. Again, if you were learning Spanish or French as an English speaker, you won't notice much of this retardation, but learning an entirely new language based on a non-phonetic writing system is an exercise in frustration on this app. I will list the most frustrating elements to me: 1. It forces horizontal aspect and makes TERRIBLY poor use of available screen space. I haven't tried this on a tablet but I doubt it's much better than my 5.5" phone. Duolingo and the amazing Drops utilise space far better and Drops especially has a really amazing UX/UI, and I really love the ability to just start with the Kangxi radicals and learn the building blocks of the character system first, with interactive swiping integrated. Rosetta Stone needs to re-write this app from the ground up as a mobile-first app, and not just clumsily copy the Desktop browser experience on a tiny screen. 2. It doesn't remember settings. Every time I open the app, I have to remember to go back into settings and tell it not to "auto skip to next screen" so I can review what frustrating characters I just managed to get wrong or right. Once you start the lessons this is tedious beyond belief and takes far too many taps to go and do. It doesn't remember other settings either but thankfully the defaults are okay for me. 3. There is no way of showing the Pinyin (Anglicised letters (phonetic sounds of characters) with the Chinese characters)). This is actually good for immersion, but when you're just starting the language it is beyond frustrating. The desktop browser allows this. 4. The start-up speed of the app on my fairly decent processor (Snapdragon 665, 4GB RAM) is incredibly slow. Even with most of the content saved for offline use it's so slow. When you swap apps to look up meanings of words or to message someone and you swap back and it has closed and has to re-start you just want to give up. It's a very heavy app. 5. You can only set reminders to do the exercises after completing each 30 minute "core" exercise every few day, which is beyond absurd. Just let us set a static reminder for every day to do Rosetta Stone! 6. The 30 minute core exercises on the phone, doing mandarin, especially at first, with a required 85% pass rate to go to the next lesson are really really hard at times. Especially when much of that percentage loss comes from the poorly designed software and the pronunciation exercises. 7. The pronunciation exercises for Mandarin on the Android app have almost led me to quit the thing altogether. It says it once, and then only displays characters without phonetic help and you have to remember long complex sentences and repeat them near perfectly without help or assistance in any form. There MUST be a way to show the pinyin or at LEAST get it to repeat the sentence for successive attempts. I literally have to restart a few slides multiple times to get through them because the pronunciation aspects for mandarin on this app are borderline broken in terms of helping you to learn and progress. 8. It pops up and asks for app feedback regularly, even after you've given it (with no sign they care or even read it). 9. There is little gamification of learning which, is a pro or con depending on who you are. The positives of Rosetta Stone on android are: 1. I have tried most mandarin learning apps on Android and most have synthesised speech, which for a tonal language and any language for that matter just doesn't cut it. Rosetta stone does have amazing audio fidelity. 2. The speech recognition engine is generally pretty good. 3. Progress does sync to the desktop browser, which is great And now I'm out of space.

  14. Chris Slomka-avatar

    Chris Slomka


    The voice recognition does not work on my phone. The only way I can get the lessons to advance is the tap the mike on my phone and fail the lesson.r I've done similar courses on duo lingo and never have this problem. It would be helpful if the app recorded and played back your replies so you could compare your responses with the lesson recording to see what you got wrong.

  15. chad poarch-avatar

    chad poarch


    Maybe its just because I'm older or maybe its the method of learning but after one lesson I want to do another...when spanish class was over in high school I didn't exactly want to do it all over again! So far so good! I do think the immersion concept will be fruitful because I know that I try to relate everything I learn in a new language to what we call it in English.

  16. Joel LovesNanou-avatar

    Joel LovesNanou


    Sometimes the pictures are vague. And no way to see what individual words mean. The grading of my accent is not very precise.In response to developer's reply, the translations do not tell you what individual words mean, which is important if I am offline and can't check the internet. And yes I understand the pedagogy.

  17. sabine groth-avatar

    sabine groth


    Awesome app, very professional and the way of learning is a mix of listening while watching the pics, listening to new vocabulary and find the connected pictures and skill up your pronunciation by repeating. I am very impressed and have to add I got myself a Rosetta Stone Sample at least 20yrs ago and still remember some of the arabic words. To me this is stunning. I fully recommend the app for efficient learning

  18. David Gray-avatar

    David Gray


    Hands-down this is how languages are learned the easiest. No English, just total immersion but not like being thrown into an ocean. Starts off simple but not too simple and the difficulty increases at a comfortable pace. Highly recommended.

  19. Angel Lee-avatar

    Angel Lee


    Great I had this app for iphone and it would always glitch and not hear me correctly which made it hard to want to study and use. Since switching to google the layout of the app is better. I am heard correctly and the app is super fast. Way better than apples layout.

  20. Blair Mason-avatar

    Blair Mason


    The App is good, but has a terrible time with disconnecting the audio while in the middle of a lesson...still has bugs to be worked out...this is also experienced on the iOS it breaks consistently across platforms...

  21. Jonathan Diaz-avatar

    Jonathan Diaz


    Great thus far however I've downloaded lessons and when I'm in airplane mode or don't have a data signal the app still acts as if it's trying to connect to the internet. Thus disabling me from continuing my lessons when I am out at sea.

  22. Harrison King-avatar

    Harrison King


    Frequent small bugs. Some lessons will show that I haven't completed them even though over done them 5 or more times. It won't let me do my milestone lessons because of it. Extremely frustrating because I'm nervous I'll know something before the next lesson of I skip it. The voice recognition is iffy sometimes but sometimes seems totally fine. Overall, the app is just inconsistent.

  23. Victoria Snyder-avatar

    Victoria Snyder


    Love this app. I've had very few issues with it's usage. I love the wide range of languages I can learn. Easy to mange and very effective. I am very pleased with my purchase. ( I bought the lifetime plan.)

  24. Peter Bamford-avatar

    Peter Bamford


    First 30 minute lesson done- logged in as a beginner ... Glad I had some basic words in my vocabulary. Think it might be difficult/frustrating if you came in as a total novice. I liked its immersive interface- found it easy to use and felt it pushed my learning effectively.

  25. Don Black-avatar

    Don Black


    Very poor. The UI is very problematic on Samsung Tab 6! Why pay money when the UI does not even work? Moved over to the Samsung Note and it works fine. Be careful as this app does not work properly on Samsungs latest tablets very well.

  26. Julee Gonzales-avatar

    Julee Gonzales


    I've always loved Rosetta Stone. It's nice to find out my old purchased languages from CD have automatically graduated to the app! Thank you for not demanding I purchase the product over again for a new interface. I will recommend your program for everyone I know!

  27. Kusumi Miyabi-avatar

    Kusumi Miyabi


    The pronunciation is very clear which helps my listening and oral skills! Though English translation not given, the photos alone are enough to explain the word accurately. I love the experience!

  28. I & E pranks-avatar

    I & E pranks


    This app is terrible. When you have to do the language pronunciation activities you have to say the words more than one before it decides to put it under the words. You guys need to fix this.

  29. Hobo Juanita-avatar

    Hobo Juanita


    Perfect works great with the use of pictures...the absolutely only issue is I use it with my phone and sometimes the programming for audio messes up or doesn't hear me. Could be my location.

  30. Jackson Kids-avatar

    Jackson Kids


    The speech recognition doesn't work. I'll say the things nigh on perfect, and I fail. I go to my spanish speaking friends, they say it, they fail. The recognition is even set to the easiest level! This is ridiculous!

  31. Kosoluchi Ibe-avatar

    Kosoluchi Ibe


    Very easy to use interface. I find that this interface forces me to learn and retain Spanish. I feel like it is very helpful in helping me remember Spanish.

  32. 孟宪宁-avatar



    So difficult to press those buttons to listen very chooses in listening section. And long sentences, the font is too small, I can't even read them.

  33. Devin Lavoie-avatar

    Devin Lavoie


    Best way to learn a language because I'm trying everything else and this is easier. Practice with TV no subtitles and magazines and it's creepy how quickly you pick up grammar, rules and context.

  34. KryrstalClearGaming-avatar



    This app really is something. I'm a language seeker and want to learn different languages so this app really is the best option. Has a wide variety of languages that you can learn so it's perfect for traveling or if you just want to impress your friends either way it's great.

  35. Katarína Greškovičová-avatar

    Katarína Greškovičová


    It is very useful, whenever you feel like learning, you can enjoy it. The topics are from everyday like and done very memorable. Thank you. I love it.

  36. Melany Love-avatar

    Melany Love


    The mobile app never hears pronunciations properly (computer version is just fine). Basically useless. Duolingo is better if you need on-the-go practice--Rosetta Stone is a waste.

  37. Jennie Emms-avatar

    Jennie Emms


    Does a really good job of walking you through and giving you some challenges as well! Other apps make you learn through trial and error, but this is so much more effective

  38. Rishi Deshpande-avatar

    Rishi Deshpande


    Decent learning pace and good way to introduce a new language. Wish there was a way to go back to the screen that we just completed.

  39. adeeba khan-avatar

    adeeba khan


    I didn't understand how I can start thinking in my target language. Downloaded so many apps but still couldn't put a sentence together and thanks to this app.... I'm actually starting to think and understand the language!

  40. Kaizer Johan-avatar

    Kaizer Johan


    So far I'm enjoying the app. The speech recognition is a little spotty at times, however that could be on my end to be fair

  41. Mohamad Razif Thayeb-avatar

    Mohamad Razif Thayeb


    Good learning for conversational. Some written explanation (not too much) would've been helpful to understand the grammar especially for newbies.

  42. Lisa Johnston-avatar

    Lisa Johnston


    The last couple of upgrades have actually lost instead of gained features. The translation feature is gone. I can no longer hold on a picture and translate. The review lesson is gone, so now it's short 4 lessons per lesson pod, that's a lot of lessons gone. The lessons are jumbled in the pods, I think this may be a glitch. I paid for this app, and things are being taken away. Why?

  43. Max Zuniga-avatar

    Max Zuniga


    I tend to like the app more than the website. Its easier to use when it comes to the speech exercises, and convenient to carry around. Overall rosetta stone and its app are excellent for language learning. In the few months of practicing Japanese I feel I have learned an awful lot, it comes down to commitment, discipline, and repetition, because its not a magical program that copies a language into your head, but it does an excellent job at helping you practice, learn, and understand a language.

  44. Artis Zelmenis-avatar

    Artis Zelmenis


    Unusually well made. From a PC software company did not expect such a smooth mobile work. Keep it up!




    Just started using Rosetta Stone. Lessons are easy to follow and understand. Pronunciations are clear and repeated so the user can respond with confidence.

  46. Gibril Sesay-avatar

    Gibril Sesay


    Cool 😘😘😘 and learn you fast especially the pictures and the words, recommend this app for who want to improve his/her language skills I really enjoyed learning with it, thanks developer.

  47. Zach Gault-avatar

    Zach Gault


    Very slow. I feel like I'm learning spanish from the zootopia sloths. The little animations of the answer moving into the blank spot look nice but they slow it down so much and cannot be turned off. (No rosetta. The app is not running slow. The speed you set the animations to is slow. Just a setting to skip the animation would be a perfect fix.)

  48. Jana Macklin-avatar

    Jana Macklin


    The speaking parts can be a bit tricky and frustrating at times. But overall really good app!

  49. Diana García-avatar

    Diana García


    It's quite useful for me who I'm new learning this language. The expressions are common and easy to understand. I really like this app.

  50. Banana Milk-avatar

    Banana Milk


    Absolute garbage. I opted for an advanced level of Korean, only to be faced with learning random, basic sentences such as "Those women are running". Additionally, the interface is confusing and not intuitive at all, and there is either no way to cancel auto-renewals or the option is impossible to find due to the interface. Unless you are a true beginner, skip the purchase. Use the $100 towards a private tutor or community course. If there was a money back guarantee, you betcha I would claim it.

  51. Daria Zarochentseva-avatar

    Daria Zarochentseva


    Excellent platform, I've opted for the 3 month plan for Korean. Two things- I've accidentally clicked on one session , and now it shows that its score is 0, because obvs I didnt get to actually go through it, and now I can't come back and re do it? Also when I'm trying to play my options for my answers, the play button is so small so I end up just clicking on the actual answer by accident, happens like 40% of the time and my screen is quite big?? Everything else about it is phenomenal

  52. Ella-avatar



    I love that this is accessible now. Back when they sold the program on CDs it would cost almost $700 to get an entire language course. They now have the app/online where you can pay ~$100 for a year of full access. I am learning Chinese and set the default option to viewing characters only, no pinyin. I am learning very quickly and have solidified more grammar and knowledge than I have with other apps. Trust immersion learning! You'll come away with so much more than you thought you could.

  53. Luke Jackson-avatar

    Luke Jackson


    Really enjoying this so far, and definitely a whole lot different for those still on the fence re. this and duolingo. This is a language learning course, duo is a (albeit very good) vocab course. The fact that you can't just breeze by without learning the proper pronunciation is good, too. For those who really want to learn the basics of new languages and who are genuinely interested in doing so, pick up both this and Duo. The two actually work really well together.

  54. John Hale-avatar

    John Hale


    Interesting, if sometimes frustrating, approach to language learning. My one criticism is that during the "pick a phrase" exercises when I try to hit the play button to hear the phrase read aloud the app sometimes, apparently at random, interprets this as a selection leading to either 1) getting the exercise wrong when I hadn't meant to make a selection, or 2) getting the exercise right without knowing what the correct phrase was (because it didn't play). Frustrating!

  55. mehakdeepsingh Sran2004-avatar

    mehakdeepsingh Sran2004


    Mannn..The app is amazing..highly highly recommended..the different plans based on reason you are learning..a language learning app cant get better than this..extremely glad that I found it..As a language lover,my life is compleate many languages with such a beautiful teaching system...just GREAT..god bless the while team👌👌keep working u all

  56. Aaron Lund-avatar

    Aaron Lund


    New feature added at end of lessons is a welcome respite from the normal paradigm. there is still a big problem with hitting the tiny play buttons: they are 1/4 of a finger print. Thanks for the response. I'll submit it there. I've been using the app for several months now and my ability to click the buttons has improved so it's less of an issue.

  57. Joshua Balata-avatar

    Joshua Balata


    In a previous version on my computer, there was an accompanying pdf that had all the phrases organised by units. I used it for revisions and rosetta stone doesn't offer it anymore. The multi device support works well! At first I had to sign in every time in each device, no longer the case. The method however, works! I got a lifetime subscription because the previous version was of great help for my journey in learning french 5/5 for the method. 3/5 for the restrictive new app.

  58. Kate Straub-avatar

    Kate Straub


    Overall, this is a great app. I have the lifetime subscription, and it's installed across my numerous devices, which is great. I find it fun and easy to use, though the voice recognition is a little wonky from time to time (e.g., I say the phrase, it's wrong, I modify, it's wrong, I say the phrase, it's still wrong, I repeat exactly as I had been, and it's right), hence four stars. I very much recommend for the ease of use and effectiveness of the training.

  59. Tami Davidson-avatar

    Tami Davidson


    CANNOT see little photos. so I flunk. Whenever there are 3 little photos at the top of the screen to match with phrases, the photos are too tiny to make out. I cannot zoom in on them. Should I purchase a magnifying glass??

  60. Vanessa Martinez-avatar

    Vanessa Martinez


    Its a little frustrating that I bought the computer programs and had to pay the same price for access to the app to study away from my desk (and the progress doesn't link together), But the programs and services are excellent and fun to use and easy to navigate. My only complaint is that on the app, the complex characters does not have pronunciation characters to easily read (Japanese kanji[Chinese characters] doesnt have the hiragana [alphabet], for reading the current pronunciation used

  61. lisa walsh-avatar

    lisa walsh


    Excellent tool to learn Spanish. Instead of using translation, this app uses direct correlation. So you see a picture and you learn the words to describe the pictures.

  62. D'n'B Kopite-avatar

    D'n'B Kopite


    Used it years ago on someone else's computer and loved it. Thought I'd treat myself and don't regret it at all (I went Lifetime Access). I spend more time than expected using this app, but in a good way. It really makes the time fly by - perfect for long commutes, airport waits etc. You can close the app without 'saving' and it'll continue where you left off. I just hope I'm entitled to future additions to the catalogue since £199 is a big layout for an app.

  63. Earl Wiskow-avatar

    Earl Wiskow


    The phone app is great. It works more or less just like the computer version, and feels a little more streamlined. I find it easy to navigate and easy to stay on top of my lessons on the go. I think it's missing a couple features from the main site, but it has everything you need to fulfil your daily lessons. There are a few glitches with progression through the lessons, but it's a great option if you can't study at your computer.

  64. Tina M.-avatar

    Tina M.


    I spoke English early on, but then started to speak nothing but German. This has helped me to get my language back, I'm more comfortable with my German language.

  65. Monica Dionysiou-avatar

    Monica Dionysiou


    I started using Rosetta Stone many years ago when it was a large collection of cd-roms. I love how the the app still uses the same principals but is far more user friendly and fun. Reading and listening to stories is helpful to create context and put the lessons to good use. Hopefully now I can stick with my program and finally learn this language

  66. Kim Ashford-avatar

    Kim Ashford


    The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is that if you are beginner not understanding the verbs , pronouns makes it hard to understand that voice. And when I would repeat the saying it would not understand what I was saying and mark it as wrong even though I could see it being registered as right. The system does not pick up on different voice tones that well. And I found the pronunciation of words it different in the male voice then the female voice and this also makes it hard to understand.

  67. R S.-avatar

    R S.


    Absolutely love it! Has helped me so much, very fun with learning in a non-traditional way.

  68. Garrett Wattier-avatar

    Garrett Wattier


    Mostly no issues, sometimes the app doesn't recognize my microphone so I can't do the speaking lessons.

  69. Carrie Dietrich-avatar

    Carrie Dietrich


    So far so good. I am still recapping the basics that I know but so far it's a good lesson structure. Time will tell. I will say that while the spoken portions on the app are much better received, the visual (photograph identification) portions of multiple choice are so small that in some instances it's hard to identify the tiny pictures so I get them wrong but once I'm able to actually see it larger, I can identify it. I have an S9. Maybe some improvements could be made.

  70. Shanon Landreth-avatar

    Shanon Landreth


    Its a really good app! I love it, I would say its a great way to learn different langues for sure!

  71. Barrett Hageman-avatar

    Barrett Hageman


    So far so good. Tried it about 10 years ago and the software was flawed. But it was free through work. Decided to buy it recently as my work was no longer offering it free. I was hesitant but am so far enjoying it. Seems like the voice recognition is much better.

  72. jason hall-avatar

    jason hall


    Despite what the internet says, I like Rosetta Stone. And lets be honest, success in learning another language is a cross section of repetition and immersion, and no program can magically download a language into your brain( though we wish it could). So, yes I would recommend RS and a healthy dose of follow through to boot. As an aside, their lifetime membership cost the equivelant of 2 months on some other programs.

  73. Lars Langer-avatar

    Lars Langer


    I like the way this app tries to teach you the new languages. It feels more intuitive than other apps.

  74. Felix Marlin-avatar

    Felix Marlin


    I had my doubts but this is a pretty great resource. My only complain is that the app doesn't have as many activities as the website. It really saddens me that for Japanese, the short stories are written in romaji as opposed to actual written Japanese. I also wish they would put some of the "games" on mobile. Overall though I've learned a ton and although for actually learning a language this can't be your sole resource, for a quick vocab injection before a trip or a practice tool, it's great.

  75. henrique neto-avatar

    henrique neto


    I'm enjoying it very much! Wonderfull app! I am learning French at an great speed. I mixed Duolingo (I do while eating breakfast), Piumsleur audio classes (which I do on mourning walks) and Rosetta Stone (I do before bed, since it is much more interactive and requires more attention). I feel like I going to be speaking intermediate french in just two or three months. XD

  76. Deena Stanley-avatar

    Deena Stanley


    I have been using Rosetta Stone for about 6 months, off and on. Iris really easy to use and focuses on associating sounds with images instead of associating a foreign word with a familiar word. Only downside is the image details are small and hard to see if you are using a cell phone. Much easier on tablet.

  77. Lee Donovan-avatar

    Lee Donovan


    The app is mostly OK. But the vocal recognition is terrible. You can say the same thing, the same way, 3 times and get 3 different results. I've tried it on multiple devices too in case it was my phone. As pronunciation is the whole point of the app it seems pointless if it can't actually recognise what you say. And removing another star because today the app appears to have decided that exercises I completed earlier today aren't actually done. So I have to do them again.

  78. rock-avatar



    This app is a great way to learn languages. It gives quite relevant verbs and adjectives that can be used in a normal conversation. Overall it is a really good app, highly reccomend it. I was having some issues with audio receiving, but by reinstalling the app, it was fixed. I dont know if it is temporarily fixed of permanently, but it has been fixed.

  79. Darren Forster-avatar

    Darren Forster


    Good app, only slight flaw is that if you turn voice recognition off and even if you set it to reading and writing mode you can no longer pass any of the modules as it counts the speaking sections as having been skipped. In Duolingo if you turn speaking off it just shows extra reading/writing questions. One advantage this does have over Duo is it shows more common phrases than Duos "misschien je bent een eend" (maybe you are a duck!).

  80. Tom Cherryhomes-avatar

    Tom Cherryhomes


    Seems good but images are too small to see on mobile phone. Needs to be redone for mobile imo.

  81. Joey Webster-avatar

    Joey Webster


    Overall I really like the approach of the app with the dynamic immersion learning style. It would get five stars if it wasn't for two very annoying issues. Firstly, syncing between desktop and app. It's strange because my progress in Italian is perfectly synced, while in French it doesn't seem to recognize my progress made on the computer at all. Secondly, speech recognition of short syllables needs improvement. I'm tired of repeating "co" ad infinitum and not being heard.

  82. Bethany Hager-avatar

    Bethany Hager


    I really enjoy your approach to learning a language. Though if one is not familiar with even the alphabet, it's a little overwhelming. And there are no tutorials, so it can be easy to get several things wrong because it's not clear initially what to focus on - pronouns, adjectives, etc. But lessons can be repeated and you cannot progress until it's clear you understand. Beyond that, not all languages offered on the website are available in the app. But, it's still a great language learning app.

  83. Ant Tat-avatar

    Ant Tat


    Speaking exercises are unique and outstanding, but I recommend it as additional way to practice: 1. No way to check words learned or revise except for visiting every lesson again 2. No explanation on grammar is the biggest issue. Add a card with a sentence or two on grammar in lesson BEFORE lesson, it is very annoying to find out I don't understand something in the middle of 30min lesson. INTUITIVE GRAMMAR LEARNING DOES NOT WORK FOR HARDER GRAMMAR.

  84. John Ciaccio-avatar

    John Ciaccio


    It's very comprehensive but has some issues with mobile interface. I am using it it learn Korean. I have a lot of experience listening to Korean language which can be difficult to pronounce if you are coming from English. The interface is very small and getting it to repeat words or sentences is odd because you have to click on the eye twice. Even though I have selected reading and writing only when I am in a noisy environment it still makes me speak. Beginning sentences are too difficult.

  85. Ryung Hoh-avatar

    Ryung Hoh


    Great! It is my first time I use Rosetta Stone. I am learning German and british English. Its interface is simple but eye-catching. Everytime you answer the question, without grammar, you will start to find some patterns of the language you learn. It is effective way to study alone. Moreover this app listens to my voice and rate my pronounciation. This gives me fast feedback. I like it! I am going to pay for this app.

  86. MARIO Garces-avatar

    MARIO Garces


    The pictures help a lot. I like to be able to choose the time and the amount of information that I can get anymoment.

  87. Kendra Bernard-avatar

    Kendra Bernard


    First basic lesson: awesome way to get a basic understanding of what a few words mean. Excited to see what more lessons bring.

  88. maria garcia-avatar

    maria garcia


    I like learning using the app but the blue buttons give you a hard time sometimes when you want the phrase repeated. It can also take it as a wrong answer when your trying to have the phrase repeated . Over all though its a good app and reviews what its trying to teach you so you dont forget. Its easy to navigate .

  89. L Dube-avatar

    L Dube


    I love the program but I would recommend it as an additional source for learning and never as a primary source for non Latin languages. I understand the language immersion technique. But it has its flaws, for example it can have you thinking climbing down from the bus is the same as getting down. When it comes to pictures idea you are left guessing the real meaning. The mobile version needs the same setting controls as the online version.

  90. Kaemin Hunter-avatar

    Kaemin Hunter


    When I started, learning this way couldn't have been better for me personally. What sucks is the voice recognition that allows you to practice pronunciation with words just doesn't work anymore. I've corrected every setting possible numerous times, and even after the update this feature WILL...NOT...WORK. I've given up on it to be honest, but the further you go the harder the language becomes, obviously. This feature would help a lot. I hope I'm the only one with this reoccurring issue.

  91. Kay Chang-avatar

    Kay Chang


    I like it. Its amazing in its clarity and hearing mistakes in my Chinese. But sometimes it wouldnt let me have it resay something in spite of there being a speaker on it. So i had to exit it and restart it to get by that question. Also, when using my phone the "answer" pics are on top and are are much smaller than the question photos. So much so, that i cant always tell what they are of and i have to guess.

  92. Holger Gustav-avatar

    Holger Gustav


    Very good App and got the life time subscription. But I seem to be unable to activate the milestone lesson at the end of each lesson in the App. Also if I use a learning plan the milestone can't be started. Support informs me that this works only with the Web version. Not the mobile App which is a disappointment.

  93. Mauricio Vélez-avatar

    Mauricio Vélez


    Just brilliant. I love it! You don't see the translation unless you want to. The app is designed to help your brain work out how the language you're learning works without having to translate or rely on your mother tongue or any other language you speak. I absolutely love it. And on top of that, I don't see any ads, at least until now, which is amazing. I really enjoy learning other languages with this app! Thank you!

  94. cade sibley-avatar

    cade sibley


    The actual experience of using Rosetta stone does take some getting used to, at least from someone who was learning on Duolingo for 2 years prior! However, once you get used to the differences, the immersive, intuitive learning style is actually pretty good. There's some variation between the web and the app experience which mean that to complete some tasks you have to switch platform, but aside from that it's a great way to learn.

  95. Eric Sweeney-avatar

    Eric Sweeney


    Really good app only giving four stars because it's really hard to hit the button to hear the sentence or word be spoken again It either selects the phrase or wont replay. Please make the button bigger or easier to select. It needs to be 20% bigger at the very least. Please fix soon. It's the only thing hindering my learning

  96. hofit shalom-avatar

    hofit shalom


    Hello, the microphone worked for me yesterday as soon as I downloaded the app and today any section that has this talk just skips alone to the next section after it. The microphone permission works, I checked the Haggadot but it does not seem to be a problem for me. DA, I am developing Android and I wanted to improve my speaking skills so this is the most important feature for me at the moment. It is in Android device note 10 version 10.3. Please update me if there is a solution to the problem.

  97. Derek Strider-avatar

    Derek Strider


    I am going to give this four starts for a reason. The pronunciation portion of the app or in general tends to glitch. I had to completely uninstall the app and reinstall it to get it working again. It had stopped working in the middle of my lesson when it asked me to say "desu" and it failed over and over again to hear my voice. After closing and reopening the app it would auto skip all of it and fail me. I don't know what bug that is to make your app stop working like that, but it annoyed me.

  98. Michael Kriese-avatar

    Michael Kriese


    It's been fine. No ads. Makes use of my time. Real solid.

  99. Marie Bullard-avatar

    Marie Bullard


    A decent can't either recognize my voice or has a glitch. After repeating what was said numerous times during voice recognition it waits for me to speak like I didn't say anything the first time. It will also at times type what was said and not confirm if I was correct so I've been skipping these sentences.

  100. Mick J-avatar

    Mick J


    works well. often there are issues with the pictures and the subject that properly needs to be addressed when figuring out what exactly needs to be said or chosen. for example theres a mom and a boy pointing at a woman in a car. if the picture is small its very unclear what im looking at. OR theres so much there I cant decipher what the subject matter truly is. so its really confusing. --update-- Still very much the same. Although the product has expanded quite greatly. I still enjoy this app

  101. Jackie Eder-Van Hook-avatar

    Jackie Eder-Van Hook


    Overall I like Rosetta Stone, but the mobile interface is inadequate. The fonts and pictures are too small to use on a cell phone screen. As a result, I am back to using Duolingo which will only take me so far. Also there needs to be instructions on how to best use the app and what is expected. After a while it becomes more intuitive, but initially it's just annoying. I hope that you can resolve this quickly.

  102. A Google user-avatar

    A Google user


    This app is great but there are interface issues on mobile that make it difficult to select your answers when you have to tap on the screen, the hit boxes are slightly off and not fully aligned with the buttons to play sounds, it would be greatly beneficial for users if the whole square acted as a button instead of the tiny checkmark on a circle.

  103. Mignon Steenkamp-avatar

    Mignon Steenkamp


    I really enjoyed myself and I love how I could interact pronouncing the words so far my experience has been exceptional

  104. Gregory Rolin-avatar

    Gregory Rolin


    This is a fun and useful app. I like that after a while I started to intuitively know some things without having to try to translate in my head. The way lessons build on each other and fit together in the end is really nice. I also like how I can select the type of writing for Mandarin. Sometimes, though, the app is a bit slow or the speech recognition feature doesn't work as well as expected. That's the only down side.

  105. Michel Kant-avatar

    Michel Kant


    The standard lessons are really good. I prefer the photo type lessons over English based. Because of this everything is in the language you're learning. I'm really starting to see an impact on my understanding of Polish. And I'm only just beginning. Where it goes wrong is in the study plan. It just doesn't work. It's buggy and doesn't register your lessons. My gf is having the same issues in her app. Unfortunately support doesn't reply.

  106. April Waters-avatar

    April Waters


    Would be so good if it didn't rely on voice recognition so much, you constantly have to repeat while it records you and it doesn't recognise your voice well so you end up saying the words really loud, over pronounced and unnaturally just so it will pick it up before you can move on, it doesn't help the learning process which is a pity because other than that it has really well thought out learning plans and a good format.

  107. Ethan Finney-avatar

    Ethan Finney


    I can see why this is successful, the method it uses to teach you is intuitive and easy to pick up. The performance could use some more flushing out, but my main complaint is a mandatory $45 three month subscription after three days of use. I wouldn't mind as much if you were given a bit more time to try things out and see how commited you are, but instead it severely limits your use of the app after those three days until you pay up.

  108. Chris Mount-avatar

    Chris Mount


    Sometimes doesn't provide enough context for me. For example, I am to match a sentence to a picture. This can be done by matching one obvious word to the picture. For example, a Japanese scene to a sentence with Japanese context. I still don't know what the entire sentence is saying because there is no translation in my native language

  109. Alex Bevacqua.-avatar

    Alex Bevacqua.


    This app works really well for those who learn auditorily. It places an almost complete emphasis on learning auditorily, in the same fashion that infants pick up language. It still remains to be seen whether this will be applicable to real world situations, as I have not traveled to Japan yet LOL.

  110. Robert Koehler-avatar

    Robert Koehler


    Horrible experience. Got this in Hope's that I could use it at work while waiting for parts to finish. Come to find out the speech recognition only works if you're in a room as quiet as a library. Would be nice if the rest of us who have no quiet place could use this to learn new languages. Please revisit how you programmed the speech recognition. Maybe dont limit it to male, female, or child. Maybe make it learn how the individual's voice sounds.

  111. Nana Kwame Jr-avatar

    Nana Kwame Jr


    Best app for learning other languages. You get better as time goes by and it also advances to tougher levels. However 4 stars because I wanted it to first and prime most teach me the pronunciation of each and every single alphabet in that particular language or maybe it does and I am yet to discover but to me it should have been the first things to be taught. NO Ads at all

  112. Leandro Pardini-avatar

    Leandro Pardini


    Not enough content before deciding if it's worth paying for. The first "two days" of German content can be done in way under an hour and teach the absolute basics of pronouns and verb conjugation. This is not enough to judge if the program is any good; there are plenty of free resources that will teach the basics.

  113. Alex B-avatar

    Alex B


    Sorry, Rosetta Stone for my earlier 2 star review that I left. It was childish of me and it isn't your fault that your voice recognition software doesn't recognise my voice. I have a very strange accent and all. Anyways, this is a great app that is good for learning languages quickly. It does get a bit pricy, though.

  114. Chris Dotson-avatar

    Chris Dotson


    Was really excited to see the $199 deal, really has gone downhill. 1. It used to feel like the program was very capable of assessing your ability instead of forcing you to go through everything no matter what level you are at, It's like they've completely gotten rid of that AI feature & just made this the same program for everybody, 2. The speed with which the spoken answers take to process make this almost unusable, ie, The entire review process I am waiting for veinte Cinco to process my voic

  115. Edgars Vilsons-avatar

    Edgars Vilsons


    Great app which helps to approach a language from various sides and topics. Rosetta Stone app has its own approach, and does not just give you to learn grammar rules, but rather approaches it in an intuitive way via practical experience through exercises of various kind. For me it works well, and i appreciate it very much. The only complaint from my side is of technical nature - sometimes i see only 4 topics of 20, although having latest version, and valid subscription.

  116. Hoomaigawd Rey-avatar

    Hoomaigawd Rey


    I used to use rosetta stone on the computer. Ever since the whole pandemic I've been reusing it through the app. However I noticed when selecting the answers sometimes the choice isn't correctly aligned. Also for most of the lessons I did complete im unable to do the milestones after each lesson. It shows up and I click it then it says I have failed. I love this software but there is still quite some room for improvement. The speech recognition is ok, but can use improvement.

  117. ellen morey-avatar

    ellen morey


    at least one kind of lesson is only available on desktop - totally cool, but since I didn't know ahead of time i was confused for a few minutes. 😂 in general this is one of the best apps i have ever used and I am so thrilled for the opportunity to learn these languages :) 💗

  118. prasenjit chowdhury-avatar

    prasenjit chowdhury


    Extremely fun and helpful way to learn languages when coupled with traditional book learning of grammar and vocabulary

  119. Julio Rodriguez-avatar

    Julio Rodriguez


    Nice and interactive application, until now free, thanks to al developers and the entire team

  120. Ryan Swob-avatar

    Ryan Swob


    There is a chance it won't actually work. The error ML301 is an apparently known issue with it's password management system, that won't let you log in or even use the offline content which you already downloaded. Their FAQs solution is to FACTORY RESET YOUR PHONE! No, i will not reset my phone you need to fix your app! I actually liked what i was able to use but if it won't work what's the point?

  121. Vienna S.-avatar

    Vienna S.


    started core lesson 1 in japanese & the 3 pics to choose from on the top in landscape mode are too tiny to make out on note 9 os: 9. so worthless program unless you have a tablet i guess. Edit: There is so much room around the 4 pics in the audio lessons so the pics can be enlarged easily to make it make easier to see. I'm using my note 9 s pen to hover over the pic to magnify the pics till they fix the issue.

  122. nichole-avatar



    I'm really enjoying the listening and speaking practice I'm getting from using Rosetta Stone for Arabic. I do find the app is unable to pick up on what I say for the pronunciation practice - which can be incredibly frustrating! I also feel the program starts off and advances quite quickly for an absolute beginner (I have prior Arabic knowledge). For improvement, I wish there was a quiet reading/quiz portion so I could still practice the language when I'm unable to speak or have audio on.

  123. Becky Vandenberg-avatar

    Becky Vandenberg


    I used this app through two semesters of French and am now using it to learn Spanish. It is user-friendly and easy to follow. I am a satisfied lifetime subscriber.

  124. tom harkins-avatar

    tom harkins


    The activities and speed will have you interacting without over-thinking or attempting rote memorization. I have already found the words and phrases i learn this way stay with me longer than what i have learned with other methods. If you want to only learn a few conversational phrases for travel situations, this may seem off subject for your needs, but it will soon have you convinced it is very helpful.

  125. Jayla Moton-avatar

    Jayla Moton


    I love this app it is fun and easier to learn languages and it makes sure you know how to say them if your not paying attention

  126. Mike Rucker-avatar

    Mike Rucker


    the dictation experience completely fails. It seems to accept most anything. that would have been the best part of using technology to learn. It's also one of Rosetta stone's claim to fame. Perhaps that feature just can't be achieved on a cell. (Samsung A70)

  127. Josh Moran-avatar

    Josh Moran


    I've been using Rosetta Stone for years off and on for Spanish, Italian, and French. I love the new ability to switch languages at anytime which is super convenient. I also use other learning techniques such as Mark Frobose on Audible, YouTube videos, and Clozemaster is a fun language game app. I have used several others such as Pimsluer but in my opinion Rosetta Stone the best program out there. Just mix it up and keep it fun and interesting.

  128. CK Sam-avatar

    CK Sam


    Best language learning app ever! No translation. No English as a medium. No romanization. No letter memorization (if you don't want to). Just natural language immersion through fun exercises. I just started Korean lesson a few weeks ago as my third language and now when I see a cat what comes to my mind is neither "cat" nor "แมว" but "Goyangi" instantly. I'm impressed! Highly recommended!

  129. Alex Torres-avatar

    Alex Torres


    The speech recognition is terrible. Learning Spanish and it constantly has issues. I can speak gibberish and get it right but my family that speaks Spanish as a first language gets things wrong. For the price of the service and how long it's been around, I expect better. The learning method definitely won't work for everyone.

  130. Efrain Martinez-avatar

    Efrain Martinez


    Do not buy this app it sucks, I ve paid for a useless year subscription, cannot go past lesson 3 in French or German languages because it reads subscription was made with a different account, Speech recognition doesn't work. Customer service is a worst experience than buying this app, they dont reach back. This the worst way to loose a hundred dollars. You can email them, you can try chatting with them and still will not get an answer. App is a pain in the butt

  131. Beth Thomas-avatar

    Beth Thomas


    I have always been sceptical about Rosetta Stone mainly because I remember the old adverts but this programme has evolved so much and it has honestly helped my language learning improve more than I could ever actually hope for. I would 100% recommend. The price seems steep (at least to me) but this is one of the subscriptions that I actually think is worth the price.

  132. EmpressViridian-avatar



    This is only ok. Not very beginner friendly, just throws you right into listening/repeating sentences rather than going through the basic alphabet or what each individual word means before using it in a sentence. Also a bit frustrating on multiple choice matching to an image and you hit the little play button to listen to the sentence first but instead it automatically selects that as your choice. Happens repeatedly, need to expand the area of that play button

  133. Michael Singh-avatar

    Michael Singh


    I have not completely dedicated myself to learning another language consistently but I find that when I use this for just 30 minutes to an hour a day for a week i improve a lot, and the value for the cost is amazing. I am busy and can only use this at times so the fact I have a life time membership helps me because i can use it only when needed

  134. Moose_RL-avatar



    The subscription is worth it! Al you need to do is incorporate it into your everyday life. Say you learned how to say, "I write" when you are writing, you can say aloud(and think in your head) whatever it means

  135. ARAB CELEBRITIES NETWORK شبكة مشاهير العرب-avatar

    ARAB CELEBRITIES NETWORK شبكة مشاهير العرب


    A great program to learn dutch, I really enjoy it, and wish if I could have a subscription plan.. but I can't afford it.

  136. Masar Shakir-avatar

    Masar Shakir


    Really good app. I was looking for an app that teaches Arabic and Spanish and this one is great. Works very well. This has to be hands down one of the best language apps out there. No paying. Unlike Duolingo, this app can teach you as much you want. Plus no heart system. The user interface is clean. Thank you for this app!

  137. Alexandra Dronova-avatar

    Alexandra Dronova


    would be nice if it was possible to tap on a word in stories to see their translation. answer-pictures in lessons are too small when they are on top, a pop-up choice for each question would be better. tab to see all the downloads and option to delete them.

  138. KTheFool-avatar



    Honestly, I'm glad they try to immerse us in the learning rather than here is a word, translate it into English. It makes us think, "so this is what it mean, and this is how it's used" and just like in real life, when learning a language as a child, you mostly learn from pictures and connect the words to the thing you see.

  139. May Hu-avatar

    May Hu


    I managed to get a reasonable price for a 6 month subscription for the 2 languages I am learning, and have been using the app for a few days now and enjoying it a lot. I think for languages with a non romanized script a bit of previous work elsewhere is needed before using Rosetta, and maybe a source for consulting grammar points Update: After 7 months, really happy with it, my Greek is much better, Hebrew and Chinese hard but rewarding. Quite addicted to my daily hour working with RS!

  140. Matthew Lane-avatar

    Matthew Lane


    I didn't think I was going to do anything beyond try to remember phrases in the beginning. However, you start to slowly learn like a child. Hearing the phrases, and picking things out to form new thoughts and expressions. The constant reminding helps too.

  141. Darlene Lee-avatar

    Darlene Lee


    I have been enjoying my initial learning experience with the Rosetta Stone app. I am trying out the free version, however, I am so impressed with the Rosetta Stone app I am seriously considering purchasing the lifetime access. The language I am learning is Korean. Having knowledge of the Korean alphabet of Hangul is required. Since I just started using this app for a few days, I am not sure if there is a lesson on Hangul - learning the Korean alphabet. Highly recommend!

  142. Andrew Mount-avatar

    Andrew Mount


    I am using the app on my phone, which so far is working well. I am enjoying the layout of the learning process. The parts where I have to speak are working well, the app recognises what I say, even with my broad Yorkshire accent. Overall very pleased so far.

  143. Asa Canaway-avatar

    Asa Canaway


    The app is fine. Runs fairly smoothly. I understand the method, and different people learn different ways, but I just wished certain grammatical words (like articles or pronouns) would get explained rather than just thrown at you. I don't have a problem with verbs and nouns being thrown at me.

  144. Nan Boss-avatar

    Nan Boss


    I bought the life time learning online/offline package. I completed level 1 lesson 1 and when I go to move to the next level. The cellphone app tells me I have to pay? I have called customer service, select option 2 for private user support and sit on hold for hours, just music, no help, no person to help me?

  145. Coralie Allison-avatar

    Coralie Allison


    I really like the tailored learning plans, because it makes me stick at it day by day rather than binge on it and then not do any more for two weeks. I also like that it is very visual and I often have to think 'what is it that I'm being asked to do here?' like a puzzle, so I feel like I'm really learning the language in a functional way, like you do if you are in a real situation trying to understand or communicate in a new language.

  146. T Moss-avatar

    T Moss


    Speech recognition of the program works great. However on the grammer lesson, some screens would not advance after response, forcing them to be skipped. Immediately after this frustrating experience I'm asked to commit to a minimum of $45+ dollars to continue? I will not pay for programs that have major bugs.

  147. Michelle Leedahl-avatar

    Michelle Leedahl


    Just got the lifetime subscription, which is awesome. It's a great deal. I like how much content the RS packs have and the pace the speakers speak. I do wish there were places to click to read background grammar and word choice info. I am using the android phone app, so maybe this is possible on a computer, idk.

  148. Simon Wood-avatar

    Simon Wood


    The approach is great. There are no translations, you are immersed from the start. What this means is you are not tying up your brain trying to form rules to translate from your home language to the one you want to learn. Instead you just focus on the target language.

  149. Brook Fitzsimmons-avatar

    Brook Fitzsimmons


    Great app! Very easy to use and learn with. I took a month long break from learning Swedish and I came back thinking I would have forgotten a lot more than I actually had. I was able to get right back on the lesson I had left off on without much trouble at all. Worth the money!

  150. Paloma Oliveira-avatar

    Paloma Oliveira


    Concerning the Chinese language, honestly, it could be so much better if you simply allowed us to see both Pinyin and the traditional or simplified characters at the same time. We should have the right to see two or three of them at the same if we want. Do you have any idea how time consuming it is having to look up every single new word? It is not difficult to fix this. Please do it, because learning like this is NOT efficient. It's a struggle every single time!