Enjoyable and easy. Takes the fear out of learning.
This is the first app, software, are book that I have used to where I am learning the languages and in joying it. Thank You Very Much For This APP
This is a nice flashcard app if you want to memorize up to about 200 nouns, but after that it becomes impossible to manage the word collection because the app is so badly designed. Disappointed that I paid for this.
Omg I tried Babel it had NO Japanese. Drop helps me and my brother learn Japanese super easily. Highly recommend.
As much as I enjoy the aesthetic and attempt of this app, it honestly becomes a waste of time without providing gender for vocabulary. Most languages utilize gender to classify a noun, and ultimately, you’re not really learning the vocabulary without it. Are we supposed to use another app or dictionary, take each word, and tediously locate its gender from outside resources? Isn’t the point of this app to BE that language learning source? So, it feels sadly like using this app is a waste of time sadly.
I love how it has a ton of vocabulary in a single app and it’s all pictures. it also makes learning vocab fun! I genuinely enjoy using this app and that’s valuable. I do have a few complaints though. When using popular languages like French I had no issues at all. Everything was perfect (except for the fact that some of the tickets are hard to distinguish but that’s not a big deal). However, my experience with Norwegian was a little different. I noticed how in Norwegian they simply don’t teach you the nouns gender which is mildly annoying because that is something you definitely need in a language learning experience. Also, some of the words just have random articles attached to it. Which isn’t a big deal because I (and anyone else learning Norwegian) can easily identify such words. But as an example, “ATM” is taught as “minibanken”. But “ATM” is “minibank”. “minibanken” is “minibank” with a definite article attached, so “minibanken” is actually “the ATM” but is taught as simply “ATM”. Another thing I’ve found is random typos. They are few and far between, but still there. For example, “where are you from?” is taught as “hvor er du ifra?”. Like where’d the “i” come from before “fra”? Or in “MItt navn er Alex”. 100% correct, but why is the “I” capitalized? And one more thing, why don’t they just teach you the infinitive form of the verb. Instead they conjugate it to first person present tense and it’s a little annoying in my opinion. So all in all, it’s a brilliant app and I absolutely love it and will continue using it for any languages I learn. I love how fun it is and how much vocab you can learn, as well as clean it and they amount of languages available. Seriously, it’s like they have everything! So even if I have some complaints, it’s an amazing app and I highly recommend it to anyone trying to beef up their word count when learning a new language!
This app is an amazing app if you are trying to learn a second language it’s is simple to use and you will be able to learn a new language in know time!
I’m doing Icelandic and polish on Drops, and I love it! It is easy to understand and the method is fun AND entertaining! The only set back is that you only have 5 minutes of practice time every 10 hours, but it’s worth it! For a month of subscription (no ads, unlimited time for all 31 languages, access to all 98 subjects, etc.) its $9.99, for a yearly subscription it’s $5.83 ($70.00) per month, and for a one- time lifetime subscription, it’s $160.00! Drops is 20x better than Duolingo! If you are looking for a fun and effective method of learning languages, try drops!! 😃
Thank you so much