10 Great Apps that Every English Language Learner Should Have


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Technology plays a huge role in our lives and I think that it should also be a factor when learning a new language. If you have an smartphone, you can make learning even more meaningful than it already with these 10 best apps that every learner should have.

1.Google Play Books

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If you study English, I bet that you must be enrolled in a reading skills or literature class, if that’s so, you need to start using Google Play books which is pre-installed in most android devices. One of the greatest advantages of using Google Play Books is the free books that you can find in Google Playstore, another advantage is that you can read books in EPUB format  which makes reading on your smartphone a delightful experience.  Finally, make sure to stop by Feedbooks to get hundreds of free books.


2.MusixMatch

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It is time to make learning fun, I bet that you like, so start checking the lyrics of your favorite songs. Listening to songs in English will improve your listening skills greatly and it is learning while you do what you love.


3.Busuu

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Don’t just learn languages, fall in love with them! Language learning couldn’t be more fun and easy than with busuu. Learn English with the help of over 70 million international native speakers who are learning, practicing and teaching at busuu.


4.Babbel

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Learn English with Babbel, the app that’s helped millions speak with confidence. Developed by a team of Europe’s best language experts, Babbel makes language lessons CLICK with you and STICK with you.


5.Duolingo

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Learning with Duolingo is fun and addictive. Earn points for correct answers, race against the clock, and level up. Our bite-sized lessons are effective, and we have proof that it works.


6.Linguee

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Most people like to use translators to verify meanings and translations but Linguee is a great tool because it helps you  see how a word or phrase is used in several contexts by providing examples that come from all over the web


7.Player FM

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Podcasts are a new thing but they are not that popular in many parts of the words but podcasts can help you learn more while you are on the go. There are thousands of podcasts available and they cover almost every popular topic out there. If you are a beginner, you should start with podcasts targeted for English Language Learners.


8.Quizlet

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Quizlet is used for teachers around the world but learners can use it as a vocabulary notebook, you can register words that you want to learn and their meanings, you also can listen to the pronunciation of new words  and play games.  It is a great tool.


9.Youtube

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You can use, YouTube to learn English if you pick the right channels because having the right channels is like having your personal tutor 24 hours and 7 days a week.  Don’t you know where to start? My list of the best Youtube Channels that Every  English Language Learner should suscribe to is right here


10. Google Translate (Offline Version)

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This is probably the most used  translator and it comes with an offline option to use it when you don’t have an internet connection.


Do you use any of the apps from the list or do you have another great app  that should make it to the list?

Leave me a comment with your recommendations!

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