Duolingo users have mixed opinions on the language learning app. Some praise its usefulness and gamified features, while others complain about bugs, repetitive content, and the need for premium subscriptions. Despite these issues, Duolingo remains popular for its free lessons and immersive experience. However, recent updates have caused frustration among long-time users. Overall, the app offers an accessible way to learn new languages, but improvements are needed to address user concerns and enhance the learning experience.Best for
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The Japanese course is fun and I'm learning. I wish there was a way to increase the difficulty. it's set up so that you never get a question wrong which is boring after a while. I used to be able to decide when to progress but they changed that and I think made the app worse. it also glitches and turn on the pronunciation annotations quite often.
I've been using the app for over 4 years. I like a lot of things about it. however the farther you go in the language the more...particular the answers need to be. not because you're wrong, but the algorithm doesn't recognize other ways of saying the same thing. and the voices are still pretty robotic and not very natural which makes it hard to differentiate some words and sounds.
The short lessons are great, can fit into busy days. Hearts take way too long to regenerate. I love that I can click the words and see the translation. The mix of writing, reading, speaking is great and keeps its entertaining. I also like the mix of voices and speeds all the time, and the turtle button to slow down speech. Level up is so expensive on the free version. I enjoy this a lot for learning Spanish - ¡Muy bien!
Love the app, tremendously helpful to learn a language and increase vocabulary. Note- I miss the previous format of Duolingo, I could have gone to the story page and could practice the same story or other several times. It was more interesting also. Well, I can see with this new format, the idea is for people not to skip ahead and do full practice.
This used to be a positive learning tool, unfortunately that has drastically changed, now it forces you into leagues where your only way of moving up is to buy the unlimited package. I've been on this app for almost 4 years and I've watched it go from a good learning aid (useful while also doing proper classes) to a generic quiz game with a scoreboard. Don't waste your time.
The structure is brilliant for learning languages but there is something wrong with the app itself. I don't know if it's the latest update (or needs one!) but it's now constantly crashing on me, not loading lessons or even more annoyingly - I spend the time doing a lesson and it doesn't register that it's complete!! If that gets fixed, it would be perfect!
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