There is an absurd number of apps available for studying Spanish. If you ever search through either the Apple or Android app store, you’ll quickly become overwhelmed with your options. Somewhat amazingly, you’ll probably also become discouraged by how low quality so many of them seem to be.
Luckily, a quick scroll through the app stores doesn’t accurately represent the quality of Spanish learning apps available today. In fact, there are a lot of excellent apps out there that can teach you nearly every aspect of the Spanish language.
You just need to look past all the junk. That’s what this article will do. I’ll ignore a lot of apps that are basically clones of other apps while highlighting ones that can really help you make a lot of progress.
I did also include some apps that I’m not personally a fan of because you’ll see them recommended fairly often. I’ll let you know why I don’t like them.
The apps will be loosely organized into the following categories…