Babbel – Learn Languages

Babbel – Learn Languages

By Lesson Nine GmbH

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2014-06-11
  • Current Version: 20.51.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 116.77 MB
  • Developer: Lesson Nine GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.63516
From 139,211 Ratings


Millions of people are learning languages with Babbel — the language app built by language experts. Why Babbel? Our short and effective language courses get you speaking with confidence. BABBEL WORKS: • Efficacy backed by researchers at Yale University: 100% of study participants improved their oral proficiency in 3 months* • After 10 hours with Babbel, Michigan State University researchers found: 96% of learners saw better test scores on grammar and vocabulary 73% of study participants became better speakers** ==================== Our language experts build every language course tailored to your native language. This way you learn Spanish and 13 more languages quickly and effectively. TRY BABBEL – DOWNLOAD THE APP AND TAKE A FREE LESSON ==================== LEARN 14 LANGUAGES: Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Turkish, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Dutch, Indonesian, and English ==================== Why are Americans learning languages with the Babbel language app? SHORT, EFFECTIVE LESSONS Easy to fit language lessons into your day LESSONS FOR EVERY SITUATION For travel, work, and more LISTEN, SPEAK, WRITE Well-rounded language practice PERFECT YOUR PRONUNCIATION Sophisticated speech-recognition technology RETAIN WHAT YOU LEARN Review feature that’s optimized to help you retain knowledge LEARN GRAMMAR IN CONTEXT Useful tips & tricks as you learn OVER 5,000 LANGUAGE COURSES Learn Spanish and 13 other languages with in-depth content, including more than 60,000 language lessons OFFLINE MODE Download lessons and learn anywhere ==================== Read Babbel Magazine to get tips, tricks, and interesting facts about how to learn languages: * Babbel Magazine: Follow us on social media for tips on language learning! * Instagram: * Facebook: ==================== You will need a subscription in order to get access to the full learning materials for one language. Each subscription will be automatically renewed unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current payment period. Your iTunes account will be automatically charged at the same price for renewal within the 24-hour period prior to the end of the current payment period unless you change your subscription preferences in your iTunes Account Settings. When a subscription is canceled, access to the app’s courses and features will expire at the end of the current payment period. You'll get access to all courses for the following durations: 1 month 3 months 6 months 12 months Privacy policy: Terms of use: CONTACT US: Ideas, comments, or feedback? Email us at *Based on a study conducted with Babbel users learning Spanish. Van Deusen-Scholl, N., Lubrano, M.J. (both Yale University) & Sporn, Z. (Babbel), 2019. "Measuring Babbel’s Efficacy in Developing Oral Proficiency." **Based on a study conducted with Babbel users learning Spanish. Loewen, S., Isbell (both Michigan State University) & Sporn. Z (Babbel), 2018. “Learning Spanish with Babbel: Oral Proficiency Outcome in App-Based Foreign Language Learning”.



  • Ehh.. it’s ok

    By Sdjones17
    Don’t get me wrong, it seemed like a fairly fun way to learn Spanish. The problem is the Spanish they teach here is not conversational Spanish used today, or at least not used in Southern California and/or Mexico. I was trying to learn Spanish to surprise my long term boyfriend’s family. (He and his family are from Mexico but moved to California when he was 10) Whenever I would get stuck I would ask my boyfriend about a certain word, or phrase, and he would look at me confused and say he had no clue what I was trying to say. I thought I was just saying it wrong, however it turns out the Spanish I was learning isn’t really used anymore, at least not here. My boyfriend said I was learning the old, very proper, Spanish that they speak in Spain (which is great if that is what you want). Unfortunately, this kind of Spanish does me no good in So Cal. Wish there was a way to learn casual, conversational Spanish with the slang used today, that would be much more beneficial for my needs.
  • I like it

    By alexm042
    I like it,mucho burno gracias
  • Terrible

    By Golden_Flame00
    I wanted to learn Norwegian and I took 1 class before I had to pay for the second. Such a rip off
  • Way better than Rosetta Stone

    By KK2420KK
    Tried Rosetta Stone, garbage. Tried this, can’t stop learning!!
  • Why

    By candy crayzed
  • Inredeniij i❤️

    By Nate17173838
    C🌛🌛🌞I f🔥⚡️🌙🌘I Buimoosh
  • Useless

    By 59buttercup
    Wanted to learn to speak and understand not spell Not sure how to cancel
  • Too easy

    By MElyseO
    Cant find a way to jump ahead. I already know all these lessons so I’m not learning anything new. Need something more challenging
  • Latin American course with Castillion accent?

    By Alfred Ricci
    I specifically bought Babbel because they have Latin American Spanish. The app is OK, but the part that erks me is the pronunciation is like you’re in Barcelona or Cataluna, Spain. They have a very specific accent that is very different from a Latin American accent.
  • So far so good

    By Dwebb77
    Gone through the beginner courses. It takes a few words at a time and inserts them into conversations with context to help you build a base. I do wish there was more of a focus on understanding all the words in a conversation rather than just the few each chapter gives you. But easily digestible in 15 minute increments. Hardly over confident though after completing the beginner courses.