Ling is a gamified language-learning app with courses on over 60 different languages. Practice happens through short themed lessons, making for convenient and entertaining study time. It isn’t the most comprehensive resource out there, especially for more popular languages, but it can make a decent way to get started with a less common language.
The app is easy to use and visually appealing, but I found some mistakes in the material.
There aren’t many explanations, and the materials are the same for each language, but practice is varied.
For many of its less common languages, there aren’t a lot of viable alternatives, but the price feels high.
It uses native speaker audio.
The activities are enjoyable and don’t become overly repetitive.
It’s easy to use and is visually appealing.
I DON’T LIKE…
There are very few grammar explanations.
There are no translations for individual words.
Some activities can be buggy.
Over 60 languages, including less common ones like Thai, Tagalog, Serbian, Nepali, Albanian, Bulgarian, Bosnian, Finnish, and Khmer.