It let me do ONE lesson, then I had to pay for the rest. I have a friend who uses this app and it didn’t charge her.
I actually LOVE this app. Just from doing 2 courses my Korean and improved greatly. But now when I try to take a course it redirects to a page to buy a subscription, when I already have one! And customer service is no help, I’ve messaged them 4 times to no avail. Will most likely end my subscription and delete this app, I’m not about to pay $12 to not be able to use it. I just want to learn!!!!
I really like this app. I am using it to work on Spanish. I prefer it to Duolingo. It has a similar easy-to-use format, but I think the practice is better. I was also able to choose my skill level, which was a big help because I can practice what I really need to work on. It’s also fun - I am going to suggest my 13 year old son put it on his device so he can practice too.
I got this app to try to give Japanese a second try after duolingo just wasn’t cutting it. Having speaking exercises as well as verbal stories really helps pound in the info without feeling as though my hand is being held.
This app has been invaluable in taking on the challenge of learning mandarin. I feel like I’m making progress and the approach the app takes is very resourceful and engaging.
This app is nice. It’s free and has no ads but ugh there is a lot wrong with it. It has so much info, but a hurricane created by a mad wizard on hallucinogens could do a better job with organization. All the actual lesson notes are not labeled by topic. Instead, they are listed by the vocab words that appeared in the lesson, which usually has nothing to do with the topic. So if I want to go back and review tenses for example, I need to remember if that was in the “animals” or “places” lesson or some nonsense like that. After you’ve unlocked 20 some lessons for a language it’s like looking for a needle in a haystack to find the lesson notes that you want. Then you have to go digging around in the individual lessons to retrieve whatever notes you want. There is no comprehensive list of all the lesson notes for any given language anywhere. Additionally they do update this app a lot which I appreciate, but they never fix mistakes in their lessons. I don’t know why they bother having a report button when they never fix mistakes. Because of this, in some lesson where I’m really unsure of te answer I can’t trust theirs because I’m aware of how many mistakes are present in the app. One example is that the sounds for the hiragana in the Japanese lessons are completely wrong or non-existent for many of the lessons. And it's not just a few. Lately it's as many as 1/3 of them in some of the lessons. Please check over your content before sending it out. Or fix it when there are obvious mistakes that people are reporting. Don't get me wrong, I'm still grateful for this app as it's free but it would be great to see some of these problems fixed sooner. Gonna try out another language app to be honest though.
What I like is your story’s, lessons and all other stuff. A lot of days I didn’t really learn LingoDeer, but when my dad said I need to learn Spanish in LingoDeer, I was amazed by how much I love learning with deer and did a lot of pop quizzes. I...I...I................I just don’t know how to explain!!!!! Now,a lot of people in South America speaks Spanish, or I meant Espanol, I can guide my parents!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you to let me learn Espanol, adios!!!! No suggestions,
This app is great. I love how the lessons are organized. Love the look and feel of the app, the audio feedback, the different ways that the vocab and grammar is presented.
I would love the app, but LingoDeer simply doesn’t seem to care about consumer wallets. If they offered a $20 lifetime subscription like they did a few years ago, my rating would change to a five star and I’d be a faithful user of this app.
And well-organized lessons. I just subscribed to the multilingual option for a year thanks to their special pricing (will use it to keep refreshing my native French). I find myself slogging through the “Stage I” of their set, although I am a weak HSK3 level. This app might just do the trick in finally plugging in all those holes in my vocabulary and errors in my practice.