Learn a language | LingQ FREE Language Learning APK

Version 4.9.13 - com.linguist

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Learn a language | LingQ FREE Language Learning apk

APP Information

Download Version 4.9.13 (279)
Apk Size18.57 MB
App DeveloperLingQ.com
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.linguist.apk
Website https://www.lingq.com

Download Learn a language | LingQ FREE Language Learning 4.9.13 APK

App Description

Learn a language | LingQ FREE Language Learning is linguist,education,lingq, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 3.25 by 4 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit LingQ.com website who developed it. com.linguist.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 4.9.13 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 3048+ times on store. You can also download com.linguist APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Learn languages by immersing yourself in a world of interesting, authentic content!

Learn with LingQ, the smart language app using SRS that can teach you: English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, German, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, Swedish, Korean, Dutch, Polish, Greek, Norwegian, Latin, Esperanto, Ukrainian, Czech, Romanian, Arabic, Finnish, Hebrew, and Turkish.

You can learn a language starting today! Start with easy beginner (A1) lessons but quickly progress into learning languages from interesting, authentic content. Start your language learning journey today!

Our accelerated reader for language learners contains 1000s of hours of lessons, podcasts, books, interviews and more, all with transcript. Our language app even lets you import and learn languages from any content you find on the web! Use LingQ as an audiobook player and read along to learn a new language. Listen to podcasts and read along. 

Listen to lessons and follow along in the text. Look up and learn new words and phrases. Track which words you know and which words are new to you. Watch your vocabulary grow! Track all your language learning activities including listening time, words of reading and more. You will learn a language in no time!

Review and learn vocabulary in context and using SRS (spaced repetition system) review tools. Register your account and have your data synced to our web application so you can start learning languages on the web along with on mobile. The LingQ app also lets you learn languages offline and syncs up when you get back online. This lets you take advantage of dead time and short breaks throughout the day to spend more time learning your new language.

No other app will help you learn languages faster.. LingQ will take you all the way to fluency!


* Study all available languages: English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, German, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, Swedish, Korean, Dutch, Polish and Greek. (Activate additional beta languages through our web version: Norwegian, Latin, Esperanto, Ukrainian, Czech, Romanian, Arabic, Finnish, Hebrew, Turkish. These languages will then be accessible on the app.)

* Learn a new language using language storytelling, TPRS, and 1000’s of hours of downloadable audio mp3 files all with transcript. Podcasts, audiobooks and more
* Look up and learn new vocabulary using integrated dictionary resources
* Review and learn vocabulary using SRS (spaced repetition system)
* Learn new words: Track how many words you know, which words are new & which you are learning
* Keep all your language app statistics including listening and reading time
* Use Playlist to learn a new language: easily play and shuffle all your current lessons
* Sync word data, playlist data and lesson data to the web and across devices
* Start learning languages offline and update data when back online
*Receive notifications for all LingQ learning activities from web or mobile including forum and tutor activities from the web
* Manage and learn all your saved vocab
* See your language learning targets and measure your progress
* Watch your avatar grow as you learn new words and learn languages

“Built by language learners for language learners!”

LingQ Co-Founder, Steve Kaufmann, one of the world’s leading polyglots, has learned 15 languages using this approach. Steve is the “Godfather of language learning”

Get language learning tips from Steve at his:
Blog: blog.thelinguist.com
YouTube Channel: www.youtube.comuserlingosteve

• Unlimited LingQs - Look up & save all new words and phrases in our reader
• Word Tracking - Track known words, new words to accelerate your learning
• Unlimited Vocab Review: SRS (spaced repetition system)
• Unlimited Imports - Import & study text from the web
• 50% off Tutoring on the web

Feedback? Let us know.
Send suggestions and feedback to [email protected]

You can also visit us on www.lingq.com 

App ChangeLog

  • - Fix to language selection
  • - Fix issue with cloze test on review
  • - Several fixes to bugs and UI issues
  • - Fixed issue with Playlist skipping tracks and counting 2x listens
  • - Fix issue when deleting translations in a card
  • - Sentence mode audio playback plays clip from lesson track (for compatible lessons only).
  • - Automatic language tags for supported words.

App Screens

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  1. jeff ledbetter-avatar

    jeff ledbetter

    Very good app for language learning. Although its quality does somewhat depend on your target language and your ability to find material for your language. The interface is a little frustrating at times. On the desktop version you cant highlight sentence like you can using the mobile version. Also, I think a settings to page words to "ignore" would be good.

  2. Alejandro Jimenez-avatar

    Alejandro Jimenez

    I love the method used in this app. I have the paid version, because I am an adult. LingQ teaches through audio and reading, it has courses, news, stories, podcasts and other fun material to learn. I have tried Duolingo, Babel, Memrise, Pimslur and other less known apps. This one feels more natural to me and it allows you to go over content faster. Things that could be improved: 1) When I am working on a course, I would like a feature to review LingQ words that are only in that course.

  3. Cat Bot-avatar

    Cat Bot

    This app has done more to help my language learning than anything else. The focus on comprehensible and interesting input is fantastic. After 2ish weeks of use, I can now listen and understand media in a language I'm A2 in. I never could before! Only issue is the SRS system. The listening exercises are read by a generated voice so the words are difficult to understand, and the SRS reviews build up a bit too much for my liking. I mostly ignore it 👍

  4. Matthew Gelfer-avatar

    Matthew Gelfer

    there is a very high pitch voice in this app that does not work very well. Seems to be the built-in voice of Android and it is too fast and high pitched and you have to hit it twice to hear the whole word. Also, when you try to use the flash cards and they request you to type in your answer, it always says you are incorrect even if your answer matches the answer exactly. Also, It would be nice to know if this is Spanish from Spain or more like South American and Mexican type of spanish.

  5. Matthew Melendez-avatar

    Matthew Melendez

    The app gives the user no way to unsubscribe from the paid version from within the app. Also if you sign up for the paid version through the app, then you cannot cancel via the web version. Very frustrating when dealing with payments, but a good learning tool if you stick with it.

  6. Benjamin Keep-avatar

    Benjamin Keep

    Has a lot of features, so a little complicated to get used to. But one of the most interesting language learning options out there. Can read, listen, choose material that interests you. Flashcards also use a variety of modes (hear a word, see a word, see a blank in a sentence, see the meaning, etc.).

  7. MsxKatty Stylex-avatar

    MsxKatty Stylex

    I really like this app. Its such a helpful tool for learning languages. I wish the app was more user-friendly. But the app does a really good job for what it was made for. And I love that i can add any files with text into LingQ. 😍

  8. Rodrigo Oliveira-avatar

    Rodrigo Oliveira

    The app itself is a good idea, although you guys should hire a UX designer, the app has extremely bad experience, it's confusing and not welcoming for new users. A simple example, when you click an answer you need to click again on submit, other languages apps you just click on time.

  9. Holle Rodriguez-avatar

    Holle Rodriguez

    The app is mostly great but I have been consistently struggling with a glitch that interrupts my learning. My text to speech language from my phone keeps switching to English when I lock my screen or switch to a different app. For example: sometimes when I am trying to hear the blue words (in German), my phone will read it in English, ignoring umlauts and word-final "e". From this same glitch it sometimes can't read Russian words at all. Is there a setting where I can fix this permanently?

  10. Orrin Ahola-avatar

    Orrin Ahola

    I really don't understand why this app splits a sentences across pages, which guarantees you can't select text across both pages for creating a LingQ. It makes no sense. Having used this for about 2 months, I am rather torn. The idea is absolutely ingenious and it is so useful to learn, listen, read, look up words, track learning, and create phrase definitions as well. But the implementation is very finicky and some of the things the app does with sentences are bizarre. The UI is grating. Edit: You're telling me your coders can't parse a string, find the periods, and make sure a sentence doesn't span 2 pages? An you can't intelligently manage number symbols within a language? I could literally implement this for you. It is extremely easy.