Users should be proficient readers as there's a lot of educational content regarding pronunciation and grammar that must be read to be fully understood. That’s strange. I am disappointed because your review made it sound like exactly what I wanted for learning Spanish. Finally, I got tired of Duolingo and tried Lingodeer. Your kind words are much appreciated! You’re limited to three mistakes, if you make more than that then you’ll have to start over or complete the preceding lessons. But, I have tried out an insane number of language learning resources. Join now. Get full reviews, ratings, and advice delivered weekly to your inbox. Your purchase helps us remain independent and ad-free. I'm Nick Dahlhoff, the creator of All Language Resources. I highly recommend Lingodeer. Note that, since the app isn't designed for kids, it collects information as it would for users 13 and up. Now I don’t know when this review was made and how different the app can be now. Right now, the stories are just unusable for me. They also seem to have a new DeerPlus app but I haven’t tried that. Honestly, I’ve been learning Korean for a few months through websites and videos, but because the videos and websites didn’t go together, I wasn’t really getting things. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Learn languages smarter, not harder! After all, it’s hard to practice vocabulary without also using some vocabulary. It’ll help, I promise!!! Wondering if LingoDeer - Learn Languages is OK for your kids? Taking this a bit further though, somehow the words for lawyer and robot showed up in the first unit labeled Basics of the Spanish course. Lingodeer divides their lessons into different topics such as family, numbers, food, or health. First, it makes things more interesting so that you’re less likely to get bored and quit using Lingodeer. No matter what the user's age, LingoDeer is an excellent language-learning experience, for kids and adults, as participants learn to read, write and speak any one of the nine languages included. Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Learn More, Zizzle Review – Remember Chinese Characters Easily, Bite Size Languages Mini-Review: Good for Beginners, NativShark Review – Testing NativShark’s Course, StudySpanish.com Review: Don’t Pay For Their Camino Del Éxito Course, Readlang Mini-Review: A Must-Have For Language Lovers, Altissia Mini-Review: May or May Not Be Modern, GermanPod101 Review – Lifeless Lessons That I Wouldn’t Recommend, Human Japanese Review: A Boutique App For Learning Japanese, Yoyo Chinese Review: An Exceptionally Detailed Look At Their Courses, WordReference Mini-Review: Thorough and Professionally Translated, iTranslate Mini-Review: 5 Apps To Support Communication, Darvazah Mini Review: A University-Level Urdu & Hindi Course, News In Slow French Review – Makes Studying More Fun, Skritter Review: Solid Chinese and Japanese Writing Practice, LingQ Review: It’s Alright – A Detailed And Honest Opinion After Using It For A Month. Thank you for helping LingoDeer improve!! Good looking app. It has a great design and everything works well with only a few minor issues. All Language Resources is an independent review site. It all depends on you and how dedicated/serious you are, but LingoDeer provides you with all the tools you need so you have literally no excuse. Lessons are taught in a manner that’s fairly similar to Duolingo but in a much more effective manner (at least for me). $11.99/mo, $29.99 for 3 months, $55.99 for a year. During the Pop Quizzes, sometimes if I write the answer wrong and try to erase it, the letters will disappear and I can’t finish the answer.