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App to Learn German, Spanish, Thai

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Hi guys,

my girlfriend and I developed a language app to learn German, Spanish and Thai. It includes around 1000 phrases and words, a quiz and intelligent flashcards:

Learn Thai: http://simplylearnlanguages.com/

Learn German: http://simplylearnlanguages.com/german/

Learn Spanish: http://simplylearnlanguages.com/spanish/

There is an Android version and we are currently developing the iOS version.

I attached some sample screenshots. What do you guys think of it? Would be happy to hear some feedback :)

 

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Thanks for posting this. I will soon have a look at it. I just had a glimpse at those three links you provided and I immediately noticed one thing: The title always says : Expore the world. Learn a language. You did a small mistake there. It should say EXPLORE the world. Learn a language. :=) No offense, but I had to tell u. Hope that is ok.

Regards

L

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Hi Linguaholic,

now that's kind of embarrassing, I corrected this. No offense at all, really appreciate it :)

Thanks,

Simon

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Hi Simon! Thanks for posting this! I love the interface on your app. So simply and sleek. I love the colors and that it is no-frills and just gets down to it. I might just have to start learning Thai now! I am starting to learn German with my boyfriend too. It's so cool when couples learn languages together! Thanks so much for sharing! 

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Wow your app looks great, I love the material style design so much :O. Also good job for developing an app, that's a very useful skill you could use in the future. It also looks like it's pretty simple, just to test your proficiency in the language and it could become a lot more than that. I hope you add more languages because I would love it for Japanese :3. 

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4 minutes ago, Simon said:

Hey iroxas, thanks a lot for your feedback! In fact, Japanese is now available as we expanded in 14 languages already.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=simply.learn.japanese

Let me know what you think of it!

Oh wow that's great, I'll check it out later since I'm actually watching a show right now xD. Best of luck with the apps though :).

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