I Recommend It
I’ve been using this app for a while now and I absolutely love it. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing it’s very fun to learn through hearing the word, looking at a pictures, and learning how it’s written/spelled. I love that it puts everything into categories and that words are at random, either it be recognizing the word or spelling it out. Not to mention, I am a pretty busy person and taking even five minutes a day has been worth it and I can actually look at Korean writing or listen to music or dramas and actually understand a few words here and there.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The best app to learn a language
I’ve played around with virtually all the language apps on the app store and this has been the best one by far. I already speak 5 languages fluently, so it’s safe to say that I know what I am experienced at learning languages. What annoys me about most of the other apps is that it uses your native language (eg. English) to teach you a foreign language. This is why I think that Drops is the best language learning app in the store. It completely bypasses that problem by having you associate pictures to the words you learn. Honestly best purchase I have made in a long time. 10/10!
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Not your typical language app
As a studying Linguist, I have always found it difficult to find a language learning app that does the complexities of new language learning justice. Many apps boast fluency in 6 months, which simply is not possible. Drops, however, does a fantastic job at captivating its users with very easy, fun, and quick lessons. Only being able to do one 5-minute lesson every 10 hours may seem a bit anti-intuitive, but it actually is much better this way. With such limited time, I have found myself encouraged to use up my five minutes so as not to waste it. This little sense of obligation works as a great motivator.
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