Learn Languages with Memrise

Learn Languages with Memrise

By Memrise

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2013-05-20
  • Current Version: 2.3.58
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 191.11 MB
  • Developer: Memrise
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 125,779 Ratings


Have fun while learning a language with Memrise! The more you enjoy learning, the more (and quicker) you will learn. This is why entertainment mixed with real-life, relevant content is at the very core of the Memrise language learning experience. Learn French, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, German, Korean, Arabic, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, Danish, Swedish, Polish, Norwegian, Turkish and Dutch. ------ Best of 2016 iPad App of the Year - Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark ------ Do you want to connect with the world? Get ready for your next trip or adventure abroad? Improve your grammar? Then join our community of over 30 million language learners and develop real-life language skills through a rich variety of easy-to-use games and over 30,000 native speaker videos. Learning a new language has never been so simple! - OBJECT RECOGNITION: Explore the world around you and learn new vocab on the go. Scan your surroundings and snap a pic. Save images and the snapped object’s name in your chosen language. - Learn with Locals: Real people helping you learn real, everyday language in context. - A variety of exciting interactive games to learn and practice: Speed Review, Listening Skills, Difficult Words, Classic Review… - Pronunciation guide: Speak like a local by recording and comparing your pronunciation with locals. - Offline mode: Put your language skills to the test whenever and wherever is convenient for you. - Daily goals: Learn as many or as few words a day as you like, Memrise is tailored to you. Why learn a new language with Memrise? For our international team, nothing is more special than the ability to connect with new countries and cultures through language, and we want to share this with you! This is why we only teach useful, everyday words and phrases that enable you to have real conversations with real people. How? Our talented linguists and language experts work side-by-side with our world-class team of developers to create the very best language courses and games that are simple, enjoyable and accessible to everyone. Download the Memrise language learning app and start your language journey now. ----------------------- PLEASE NOTE: You will need a Memrise subscription in order to access all courses and features. Courses available may vary depending on the language of your device. • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Renewal prices are as follows: One-month subscription for $8.99 Three-month subscription for $18.99 Twelve-month subscription for $59.99 Lifetime subscription for $179.99 • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication • Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase ----------------------- Your learning journey with Memrise continues in: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/memrise/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/memrise Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/memrise/ Privacy Policy: https://www.memrise.com/privacy/ Terms of Use: https://www.memrise.com/terms/



  • This app wow

    By $$$$$$$$$$$¥
    This app is really helping me
  • Japanese 1 is okay but needs a lot of work

    By Lector Scribe
    I picked this over Human Japanese on the advice of a friend who speaks a lot of Japanese. He said this app was better. I’m at the end of Japanese 1 and I’m very disappointed in it. This is my review of that lesson. The positives are that it introduces some kanji and all the kana. That’s helpful. I like learning greetings and food words because those are also useful. The paces review is helpful and I like the audio clips. That said, there are a lot of problems with the app. First, the hiragana introduction can be helpful but i already know hiragana. So that’s frustrating to keep getting drilled on them. Second, the multiple choice questions aren’t well thought out, and the answers seem entirely random. You’ll get questions where the audio cue will be something like “cheese” and multiple options will be words you haven’t even learned yet. Some will even be complete phrases like “Mr. Yamato, are you hungry?” which are easy to work out by process of elimination. It would be helpful if the answers could at least require me to try to recall what I learned. The Third, the app has too many loan words that Japanese borrows from English. I don’t need to be drilled over and over again on spaghetti and restaurant. Fourth, I wonder how much thought went into some of these questions. Many of them seem algorithmically created because they’re silly. One type is a recording of a speaker saying a Japanese syllable, like “ta,” and asking you to pick the correct Roman characters. What does that test? I know how to write that in English. It is useful to hear a syllable and have to pick the correct hiragana, or to see a Roman syllable and have to pick the correct hiragana. Those kinds of questions exist, but I wonder if an algorithm somewhere mixed and matched answers for the “hear an audio clip and pick the hiragana” question and “see a syllable in English and pick the right hiragana” questions. Fifth, there needs to be a way to delete questions. Some of them are just silly. For example, “beef stew” is one I’m currently stuck on and can’t get past. I just can’t seem to memorize the right way to write that in katakana and I’m not going to spend the time on that because I don’t think it’s an important word to know. I get that word over and over again and not actually useful words like the words from the lesson on emotions. Last, I just think the speed review is too fast. There isn’t time to read all the answers, let alone pick the right one.
  • Effective and stupid-easy

    By Mansalad6
    Great for learning new words and making them stick. The grammatical aspect isn't really coming together as well for me, but I suspect that may come best with real-world practice and I’m fine with that for now. My biggest issue after over a year of using this app is that I wish it would do a better job of recirculating words and phrases I’ve already learned. There are so many words and phrases I learned at the beginning, but I almost never see anymore and I worry about forgetting them. At least every once in a while I wish the classic review would pool randomly from my ENTIRE accumulated vocabulary rather than just what I’ve been learning most recently.
  • فارسی

    By kamalifar
    پیداکردن به زبان پارسی کمی دشوار است
  • easy and motivational!

    By taeilsshimmy on twt ;)
    i’m learning korean and using the howtostudenykorean.com memrise and it’s so easy to memorize the words. i’ve always had a hard time sticking with duolingo and this app keeps me much more motivated!
  • Great!

    By Nellola-z-cute
    Its actually better than I actually expected it to be! I’m learning really fast and faster than all of the other apps I’ve tried! I’m learning Chinese and now I can talk full sentences so all u can say to the creator of this app is thank you !
  • I love memrise

    By grateful.rjs ❤️
    This is a great app. I tried Duolingo and learned nothing since it just plasters all the words together and not even telling you the letters. I am now fluent in Korean thanks to Memrise
  • Italian learning

    By Subisil170
    So far so good!! Hope to do better!
  • Мемрайз

    By Боха 420
    Классная программа
  • Great app

    By Hebrewaddict
    I would give 5 stars but the sound is a little off. The voices are soft and sometimes hard to hear but the sounds are super loud Otherwise, excellent app