Babbel – Learn French

Babbel – Learn French

By Lesson Nine GmbH

  • App Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2011-12-22
  • Current Version: 20.17.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 147.82 MB
  • Developer: Lesson Nine GmbH
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 10.0
App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 2,131 Reviews

Babbel – Learn French App Description

Learn French 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. THE BABBEL PROCESS Babbel makes learning French fun and effective: 1. HIT the ground running with practical conversation skills Linguistic experts designed the intuitive courses to engage you in practical conversation skills from your very first lesson. 2. Lessons that CLICK with you - Engaging and easy to use Lessons engross you in a foreign culture while guiding your language journey with English-perspective hints, simple explanations, and creative grammar cues that cement fresh concepts. 3. Language skills that STICK with you for life Revolutionary 10-15 minute lessons and dynamic review sessions continuously adapt to your strengths and weaknesses, recontextualize prior concepts, and send your new language straight to long-term memory. Hit. Click. Stick. Speak French. It’s that easy! FEATURES: • 10-15 minute bite-sized French lessons fit in your schedule • Lessons covering a wide range of topics (including travel, culture, and business) • Speech recognition technology aids pronunciation • Ideal for both beginners and advanced learners • Review Manager keeps French vocabulary in your long term memory • Learning progress synchronized across all your devices and on the web WORKS FOR YOUR GOALS: After just a month you will be able to handle important French conversations for: • Transportation • Shopping • Directions • Making friends and socializing • Dining • And much more! WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT US: “Babbel exceeds expectations, delivering high-quality, self-paced courses.” “Exceptionally good site.” -The Economist “Babbel is one of the stalwarts of the online language learning sphere.” -TNW **The World’s Highest Grossing Language Learning App** **Fast Company # 1 Most Innovative Education Company 2016** **Awarded Apple's Best Apps of 2014 in 9 countries!** PLEASE NOTE You will need a subscription in order to get access to the full learning materials for one language. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Each subscription will be automatically renewed unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current payment period. Your iTunes account will be automatically charged at the same price for renewal within the 24-hour period prior to the end of the current payment period unless you change your subscription preferences in your iTunes Account Settings. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. When a subscription is canceled, access to the app’s courses and features will expire at the end of the current payment period. Privacy policy: Terms of use: SUPPORT We’d love to hear from you. Write to us with questions and suggestions at: VISIT US FOLLOW US LIKE US


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Babbel – Learn French App Reviews

  • It stopped working

    By FrLearner
    Bought this a few days ago. Been enjoying it until it stopped working - I removed and reinstalled it but it stopped at lesson 7. Cant. Proceed
  • eh

    By Bella_Is_Cute
    you can’t learn offline.
  • Misleading advertisement

    By Outryderjl
    The download is free, but the app is not. You will have to pay to play. This is misleading and not worth your time. I do not like being lied to. I deleted the app.
  • Babbel French

    By Fayeski13
    This app is awful. Paid for it and can’t get access to lessons. So frustrating. I can’t use so am going to cancel.
  • Terrible ... don’t waste your money

    By JPG2018
    Babbel’s default setting is to renew subscription and continue charging fees. They make it extremely difficult to cancel. Will never sign up again. Deceptive and unethical.
  • Some strengths and weaknesses

    By evomotor
    Pros: I think the types of words and phrases taught are very practical. The speakers are easy to understand. The lessons are logical and sensible. The app provides brief rules in addition to the memorization and repetition. Cons: the writing using the keyboard is a pain in the neck. Really slows down my pace. The reviews are poorly put together and not useful at all.
  • Good, but unsupported.

    By Ajrcmrwcj
    I like this app a lot, but I'm giving it 2stars because the developers and/or Apple is trying to force me to buy a newer iPad. I hate that. I'm pretty sure it costs next to nothing to support older operating systems. There is literally nothing wrong with my iPad.
  • No access.

    By SinanjuRM
    I am supposed to have full access but whenever I try to open the app I get a “try again-error” message. I’ve deleted and downloaded again. Same result. I’ve never been able to access this app. Very disappointing.
  • Only made it to the second lesson

    By FinnLewis
    I cannot hear the pronunciations but the app can hear me. I tried contacting support but got no response. I will be attempting to get a full refund.
  • Well designed, fun, manageable, practical

    By PMEinDenver
    Although I studied French for four years in school, it’s been over 30 years, so I started with the beginners course. Because some basics are still familiar, it’s moving quickly, but it is well worth my starting from scratch because I’d forgotten most of the finer points (e.g. proper use of prepositions) and my pronunciation is, ahem, rather poor. I have a couple suggestions: 1) it would be nice to have the option of repeating something within a lesson. Sometimes my mistakes are due to typos, not misunderstanding. 2) it would be helpful to know what exactly is not working when I mispronounce something. (I realize that may be a complicated thing to do—speech recognition would need to break down syllables, and then be able to explain to the student the problem, but, perhaps one day. It would be super helpful.). In the mean time, it would be helpful if one had the option of pronouncing the words more slowly at first—that might help me figure out which syllable is the problem. 3) I think there should be extra letters thrown in to make it a little more challenging when filling in the blanks. (Perhaps that happens later, but I think it would be good to start that in course 2.) Thanks for a terrific learning experience. I especially appreciate the way the review feature works. I definitely recommend highly to others!