HeyLingo – 3.8
Hey! Lingo, with its flashy, modern interface, offers courses in 26 languages that are divided into 50 lessons. The first 20 lessons in every course are free, but you can buy a permanent membership, a ridiculously affordable yearly membership, or an equally as affordable monthly membership to access premium content. A premium subscription is also required to access filtering flashcard formats, focusing on which cards have been difficult for you, and specifying which cards you would like to learn in one lesson.
The lessons are composed of 10 flashcards, and each one varies in terms of which skill they are training. They contain both the official alphabet of the target language and a transliteration of the alphabet.
Hey! Lingo focuses on the most commonly used phrases and sentences, and although in many language apps this encompasses basic verbs and vocabulary, it seems that Hey! Lingo really gets to the heart of expressing oneself. Here are some example sentences in the Korean 1 course: “I feel lonely,” “I envy him” and “Stop following me”
It’s unclear whether the lessons provide a solid foundation for beginners. However, if you enjoy learning useful phrases and already have a basic foundation of the language, Hey! Lingo could be a good option for you.
The rating is our best guess, but we haven’t yet had the opportunity to fully test and review this resource.