Learn Korean Japanese Chinese
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Learn Korean Japanese Chinese

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2017-09-26
  • Current Version: 2.0.18
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 131.61 MB
  • Developer: LingoDeer Co, Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • Rating Count: 8 922

Description

Learn Japanese, Korean and Mandarin Chinese in these languages: - English - Spanish - German - French - Japanese - Korean Korean Hangul, Japanese Hiragana or Kanji, or Chinese Mandarin Pinyin made easy! LingoDeer is made for learners from outside of Asia and new to its mysterious and beautiful languages. Learning your favorite Asian language(s) within one app is now a dream come true. Designed by a team of professional language teachers, the interactive lessons and review exercises will train your reading, listening, speaking and writing skills in just 10 minutes a day. Features: ◉ Thorough introductions to Japanese / Korean / Chinese Mandarin alphabet systems that build a solid foundation for successful independent learning ◉ Off the grid? In the sky? No problem! Take learning anywhere with the offline mode for free! ◉ 2,000 most frequently used words and phrases in each course (JLPT N5, TOPIK 1 and HSK 1-3 covered) ◉ Pleasant and authentic recordings from native speakers that are crystal clear ◉ Detailed grammar notes that explain how the language works ◉ Varied and innovative exercise modes that target different skills ◉ Japanese learning is available in Kana, Kanji and Romaji; Korean learning is available in Hangul and romanized letters; Chinese learning is available in Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Pinyin ◉ Built-in flashcard review system that helps one memorize new words and selectively reinforces skill points PLEASE NOTE: You will need a LingoDeer membership in order to access all courses and features. LingoDeer member offers: Monthly subscription for $9.99 Three-Month Subscription for $19.99 Annual subscription for $59.99 More information about the subscription: - The above prices are for U.S. customers. Pricing in other countries may vary, and changes may be converted to your local currency depending on your country of residence. - Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase - Your iTunes Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase - Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. Support Url: https://www.facebook.com/lingodeer Terms of Use: https://www.lingodeer.com/terms Privacy Policy: https://www.lingodeer.com/privacypolicy-html

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Reviews

  • 👀👌Hell yeah

    5
    By Kirmir27
    This app is really easy to use and the graphics are cute, look forward to learning more Japanese with it!
  • Simplemente excelente

    5
    By tamatamy
    De verdad que es la mejor app de aprendizaje de un idioma...te da realmente lo que ofrece
  • Best Language App I've ever tried.

    5
    By anna rey
    I've been learning Korean for a few months now and I'm always on the look out for resources. I would like to say that Lingodeer is by far the best app I've ever tried. I bought a 3-month subscription and considering to upgrade it to Lifetime if everything goes well (cause I need to polish my rusty Chinese too). I'm just bummed that I missed the $20 sale on Lifetime. :( Please please bring it back. Hehe :) 감사합니다, Lingodeer team for a really well-designed app! Cheers!
  • Must get!

    5
    By Sir IM
    It’s fantastic. Helps to learn new words, grammar and pronunciation
  • amazing!!

    5
    By Annie Wester
    i love this app so so much. it’s helped me become confident in my korean skills, as well as learn more than i ever thought i could.
  • First rating for an app...it’s worth it!

    5
    By Rebe~
    Honestly I hate being asked to write review for apps and such but this is such an amazing app to have. It’s because of downloading this app that I feel like I’m learning Korean in a more controlled environment than other apps and what not. It makes it so much easier to pick up on grammar and sentence structuring!
  • My review doesn’t work, please help

    5
    By Zayvann
    First off this is probably the best language app I have used I have had it for a long time and I never made a account. Back then I’m not sure if you need a membership, but I still had the app when they implemented it and I still got to use it for free. “ till I switched iPhones” then I had to buy it but I knew it was worth it. So I made a account and i used up the free trial then I bought the life time membership. Now I’m back at scratch and I’m doing the first lessons and it’s not saying I’m doing any in the review. Please help me LingoDeer the review makes my life better. “I’m doing Japanese btw” Thanks for reading!
  • I don’t like it as much as I thought

    2
    By squintr
    Kind of regretting my purchase of a yearly subscription. Things are things I do like: the human audio recordings (instead of synthesized speech) recording, the ability to record the user’s speech, dark mode, the easy-to-understand interface, slowed audio, fairly good graphics. These things make the app better in some ways than Duolingo. The only problem I’ve found so far, and this is a big one, is that LingoDeer expects you to know many things that it hasn’t taught you, such as when you are trying to complete the Reading and Speaking parts of the Story sections at the end of the lessons. The questions and answers always have so many words/particles that weren’t covered during the course of the preceding lessons. This should be remedied as soon as possible. Even Duolingo gets this right. Why would you require a user to know something when you haven’t covered it? It makes no sense. There are some other things I would like to see added, such as the ability to choose male audio, and the ability to save your recorded videos without having to record your screen as a workaround.
  • Stopped Working w/ update

    5
    By Andrew22108905
    The app is amazing and really helpful, but with the most recent update I literally can’t use the app because it crashes whenever I open it. Please fix this issue. Update: The app has started working for me again.
  • costs money now

    1
    By Alpha Terminus
    i would rather have ads than have to pay $7 a month. sad bc i loved this app
  • I really did enjoyed it but now.....

    1
    By __kx2_
    So I have used this app to learn Korean and at first I loved this app but then when I wanted to download the app to another phone all my data for this app was gone so I had to restart all the lesson I’ve done and I can no longer go from where I ended which got me really tight cause now I have to pay to continue my lessons like I only got to the part of nationality and from there I have to go pro 🥺😤😢 I really did love this app
  • Great app.

    5
    By _Laurentius
    It has a nice user friendly interface, and seems to go more in depth than other free language learning apps.
  • Best Asian Language App

    5
    By MarkiplierPlaysBetterThanMe
    LingoDeer has been so helpful learning Hangul. I tried Duolingo, and they’re just rote memorization. They don’t tell you grammar or why it is what it is. LingoDeer gives you all the grammar, sentence structure, and follow up work that you could need.
  • Better than Duolingo

    5
    By Dana Wyche
    It May have fewer languages. But guess what? It’s completely free and you can download and save your progress. Take tests for free. And it’s fun easy. And the audio sound like Native speakers not robots. If the add and AI conversation practice it would be perfect
  • Too expensive !

    3
    By Aminhas2014
    It’s a great app for learning another language. However the membership price is too expensive. About 60$ for a lifetime membership is too high. It would be better to lower your prices.
  • Better Than Duo for Chinese Beginners

    5
    By roscomcmillan
    This is a great app for complete beginners studying the languages it offers, because this app is clean, informative, and has no health bar or penalty for mistakes. Duolingo is a great app I use for Spanish, but throws you into Chinese without much information and you get frustrated quickly when your health bar is always empty. Lingodeer has been far more enjoyable in learning Chinese. No health bar and far more information and instruction, both before you start a lesson and during the lesson on selecting sounds and word meanings. You can choose how the app looks and what words/symbols you want displayed during lessons. The drawing characters is a little unresponsive sometimes, but that’s a very minor detail and surely will be improved as the app gets better. Also, this is all free. Edit: Sometimes the story classes don’t end cleanly and just show a blank question at the end, but it’s a minor problem I’ve come across. Still an amazing app and a big thank you to everyone involved with it!
  • The ONLY app to LEARN Japanese

    5
    By Ausername4321
    There are many apps that claim to teach you Japanese, such as Duolingo or Memrise. Those apps all teach you rapid recall of vocabulary and have no fleshed out lessons for basic things such as sentence structure. LingoDeer teaches you everything such as structure, grammar, vocabulary and more; while still being fun! I have learned more in the couple months I’ve had LingoDeer than the 4 YEARS I’ve had Duolingo.
  • It’s amazing

    5
    By SabrinaNicole117
    I’m on the free trial and it’s truly incredible. I’m learning so much.
  • really?

    1
    By ꀘꀤ꓄ꀘꍏ꓄
    I was really happy and got VERY far into learning Korean, but now I have to pay? Really? This was the best app for me to use and learn, but now I just am glaring at it on my screen. I’ll probably delete, I can’t afford to buy the subscription. I was very happy to find a FREE app and make learning fun, but now I’m just sad.
  • amazing

    5
    By BUTTER101:)
    i tried so many different apps to learn korean and practice mandarin and this one is the best by far. is so much easier to understand than duolingo.
  • I Love This App!

    5
    By ASpoonfulofSUGA
    I’ve been using this app for over a year. There are multiple languages to choose from, and part 1 of each language is free to use on LingoDeer. I got through Korean Part 1, which consists of probably about 60-70 lessons, each with 2-4 parts to each lesson. I went through each lesson, and didn’t move on to the next until I felt like knew everything with full confidence. It took me about 48 hours, over the course of a few months to complete Korean Part 1. Part 1 is completely free! It’s the most thorough and detailed Korean learning app I’ve used. It teaches you vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, etc, and it makes learning fun! I purchased Part 2 and moved on to more advanced learning. I can read korean, speak korean, and have a conversation in Korean thanks to this app. I am not fluent of course, that will take time, but I feel confident when traveling abroad. Thank you LingoDeer!
  • Disappointed

    1
    By actually teej
    Just deleted this app, because now it costs money to learn.
  • LOVE THE APP AND NEEDS MLRE LANG!!

    5
    By Nekogurl242
    love this app!!! Really do!! I hope more languages will come in the future. I would like for the app to have Italian, Russian, Thai, and Greek. Amazing this app. PUT RUSSIAN ASAP !! 😻😻
  • Price

    1
    By Eeviewer
    My friend recommended me this app and I can’t get pass lesson 2 /nationality/ because I have to pay. I used to have another account but I forget the email and everything to it. My friend has been using the app longer than I have and they can still go on different levels /I think/. Hopefully the problem can be changed and let us go and move on to different levels without paying
  • Pretty darn good

    5
    By Puffins & Roses
    I wish the content would go to more advanced levels tho...
  • Quite upset

    2
    By tTaylorrrrrrr
    My friends recommended this app to me and I got it all excited. I started learning Korean, but after the second lesson (Nationality) it wanted me to pay. I know that the developer needs money, but I think that people should be able to learn without having to pay. Instead, they should allow people to pay for outfits for the deer, or freeze their streaks. My friends did not pay for the membership and can do more lessons than I can. I have tried to log out and in multiple times, I even made another account to see if it fixed it. I am slightly disappointed, but hopefully you can fix it!
  • Superior to Duolingo for learning Japanese

    5
    By SINC1ARE
    This app brings a huge factor to the experience that Duolingo didn’t have: context. For an absolute beginner, getting the contextual explanations for certain word/character uses as well as pronunciations is very helpful. There are some very minor quality issues here and there but this is well worth it so far. I also enjoy the review tool, although I’d love to see those be more of a test of whether I can type/say the answer instead of just selecting how well I remembered it. Thanks!
  • Prices for everything continuously changing

    1
    By BooBooStreets
    Initially I really liked and enjoyed the free demo; enjoyed it so much that I was seriously contemplating purchasing a subscription. I’ve been keeping an eye on all the subscription prices for the last week (checking a couple times a day) and they’re all over the map! Maybe a couple things were listed as a sale (whether it was the monthly, yearly, lifetime, etc), but the prices have fluctuated a LOT over the last week. One day the monthly charge is $5, next day it’s $7, day after it’s $10. For the entire week, the lifetime charge stated $30, this morning it’s skyrocketed to $100! I just checked it again about 10 minutes ago and it’s come back down to $80. What is going on?! My complaint isn’t the cost of the subscriptions, as I believe this app is worth some of those costs (and I really do enjoy it). My concern is that it’s extremely sketchy to change to prices as often as this app has with NO mentioning if this is a sale cost or what. I’m now very hesitant to purchase ANY sort of subscription for this app because of the inconsistencies of costs. It makes me very suspicious of the company. For what I’ve been able to use for the free demo, I’d probably give this app 4 or 5 stars because I like that it teaches you step-by-step how to write the “letters” and numbers, gives good explanations on syntax, and some lessons have you record yourself speaking sentences. 2 stars for being a bit sketch on the constant price changes for subscriptions.
  • Hands down the best app for Japanese language learning.

    5
    By eurgewk
    I’ve tried a few different apps and nothing comes close to Lingodeer for teaching grammar and sentence structure. The native speaker recordings are head and shoulders above Duolingo FluentU, and others. The app’s design is polished and most of the phrase activities are well designed.
  • AWESOME!

    5
    By Eiffel Heights
    I’m using it to learn Korean, and it’s awesome. It’s helpful and nice and I love it, hands down the best learning language app. I want it to feature Thai though, and more languages. No problems at all! 한국✨✨
  • Better than Duolingo

    5
    By Tiki_aca
    This app has helped me a lot learning Korean. I remember I would use a bunch of apps to help me learn Korean, but it would only teach the alphabet, and you would have to pay. Duolingo is alright for me. The learning technique isn’t my style since it uses romanization sometimes. I do better at reading the actual characters of the language than reading romanization. For example, people say saranghae which means I love you, but that’s harder for me since I would read it and I would pronounce the “r” like a actual “r” when it’s suppose to be pronounced like a “L”. LingoDeer barely uses romanization. It really helps and it gives you LOTS of lessons until you need to pay. It has over 50+ or maybe 100+ I don’t even know. It’s very useful though I highly recommend this app!
  • best for writing

    5
    By grease lightn
    Much better for learning a language that requires a new alphabet/character system than duolingo. Teaches you to write not just speak.
  • Kinda Disappointed.

    2
    By lokgfd
    I love this app! I just wish it was like it was before when it was completely free to use.
  • This is an amazing app:)

    5
    By Derpypuddin
    I learn Korean and it really teaches you how to use the words in different sentences and throughly explains everything:))
  • Better than Duolingo!

    5
    By Roadfool
    I love Duolingo but they just try so hard with the ads, I'd love to pay but can't but duolingo is relentless. I also don't care for duolingos health system. I prefer lingodeers UI and methods to Duolingo, dark mode is essential. All in all a fantastic tool, best!
  • 85 days into my streak and still going

    5
    By Palmena
    This language learning app is amazing. The learning tips section, featured at the beginning of every section, is very useful and comprehensive. Duolingo has something similar but that can only be accessed on the website itself, not the app. The pace of learning is really nice and bite-sized so I don’t feel overwhelmed. The fact that it teaches grammar as well as vocabulary simultaneously is great. I love the reading comprehension questions, I love the matching and I love that is focuses on speaking practice as well. When it comes to learning a language, especially an Asian one, you must also learn how to change your thinking so that you can pick up this language better/ more naturally. I think this app achieves that. Personally I have not noticed any glitches, but even if there are some it doesn’t diminish the fact that this app has one of the best teaching styles out there for learning an Asian language.
  • Best choice for serious learning

    5
    By brucery
    Many online language learning tools are fun, but kind of watered down approaches to language learning. LingoDeer brings the graphics and fun, but also has enough depth (love the learning notes sections!) to keep this serious language learner happy. I highly recommend it!
  • Great app!! But...

    5
    By hsjsbdjabdejdbsjvshh
    This app is great and all but, I used to have an Android and everything was working fine but, since I got an iPhone the animations and pictures haven’t been working which is a shame because that was what really helped me learn.🥺
  • Good but not perfect, but a great value!

    5
    By coycoy cou
    The Vietnamese lessons are very good. But one really needs to also use Duolingo to get a good handle on something as hard as a language. I have completed the Vietnamese lessons. I have also started the Japanese lessons. The Japanese lessons should also be used in tandem with Duolingo or another language good app
  • So far so good

    5
    By fantisism
    Really enjoying this app. Very helpful and it has tests for you to complete after a number of lectures, which really help. Also, the review tab is very useful if a refresher is needed on vocabulary and grammar altogether if needed. I’m glad I ran into this app to learn different languages. I just wish it’s available to use on the PC as well. There are a limited number of languages (but plenty) and I believe they’re still adding more lectures but so far so good!
  • great and all, but

    3
    By fivehundredsixtyeight
    you cannot listen to music while using this app or do splitscreen. those are two huge issues for me that make me less likely to choose this app compared to its competitors. i would just mute my ipad and plug my headphones into my phone for music but then i dont get those really nice clicky sounds, and the clicky sounds are the only thing that makes this app better than duolingo.
  • Change

    1
    By cool_cool_\\cool
    It used to be free, and for the sake of learning. Now it costs money if you want to do anything. I really, REALLY liked this app. But i cant pay for it. So i lost my favorite resource. Thanks while it lasted i guess???
  • Went downhill

    1
    By nvihrxvbno
    Now I have to pay money for lessons? I don’t even have a choice? That is an awful upgrade.dont get the app it isn’t free
  • I love it

    5
    By miniiyim
    Honestly the best app I’ve used to learn korean
  • Amazing for learning!

    5
    By Random Idea Person:3
    This is the best language learning app, so far I’ve been learning Korean and Chinese and I love the app because it gives you tips that you write down which is very useful! Overall, hands down 🙌
  • Amazing

    5
    By minminminminemin
    This app helped me improve on my Korean big time. I have fallen in love love with all its features as it continue to teach me.
  • Forgot that I was subscribed and then deleted my progress but best app available

    5
    By calashu
    I went on to my app and it started suddenly telling me that I needed to pay again even though I have two months left on my subscription. I backed up my progress, logged out and then in again and now all my progress is gone and there's no option to import it.
  • It’s the best!

    5
    By daysofspring
    I have tried so many apps and this one is the best! I have even tried apps where you could buy a premium membership and it still wasn’t as good at this app is 😁
  • Amazing ❤️

    5
    By CaWSeo
    I used to use Duolingo and a classmate told me about LingoDeer. It’s soooo amazing. My husband is Korean and his family barely speaks English. Using the app my Korean just keeps getting better. Sentences makes sense, the speaking practice is nice and they just keep update and making it better each and every time. I love it!! Keep up the nice work!!

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