Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages

Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages

By Rosetta Stone, Ltd.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2011-06-02
  • Current Version: 5.9.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 259.85 MB
  • Developer: Rosetta Stone, Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 89,051 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Based on 89,051 App Reviews
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Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages App Details

Learn a new language intuitively with Rosetta Stone, the most trusted name in language learning. Pick up words and concepts instinctively and without translation. Rosetta Stone’s award-winning mobile app trains you to associate words with imagery in real-life situations, so you can fully engage with your new language. It’s a natural way of learning that grows your ability so you can speak confidently in any setting. Join the millions of people who have discovered a new language with Rosetta Stone. • 2018 Platinum Award for Best Educational App by the Best Mobile App Awards • 2018 PCMag Editors’ Choice • 2017 Best Productivity & Utilities App by Mobile UX Awards TOP 3 FEATURES 1. Improve your pronunciation with TruAccent®, the world’s best speech recognition technology. 2. Learn with the Rosetta Stone immersion method. Move easily from words to phrases, to conversations. 3. Perfect your language skills offline. Listen to our downloadable lessons and keep learning, wherever you are. YOUR ROSETTA STONE JOURNEY 1. Open up your world Choose from 24 languages: Spanish (Latin America), Spanish (Spain), English (US), English (UK), French, Japanese, Italian, German, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Korean, Dutch, Tagalog, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Irish, Farsi, Polish, Swedish, Turkish, and Vietnamese. 2. Begin your journey Practice learning the basic greetings, questions, and phrases you need to introduce yourself, get around, and start simple conversations. Refine your accent with our TruAccent® technology. Read short stories aloud for instant feedback. What you learn now is the foundation of your language journey. 3. Find your feet This is where your learning experience really gets going. Get outside and explore your surroundings! Eat out, order a drink, ask for directions, haggle over an item, or make a new friend. Consult our easy-to-access Phrasebook for greetings, phrases, and useful expressions. Out and about without internet access? Learn offline with downloadable lessons, or listen to our audio companion. 4. Express yourself You’re now beginning to feel confident expressing feelings and opinions in your new language. You can talk about everyday life, ask for advice, communicate with clients, and make jokes. You’re surprised at how much you can speak and understand! 5. Converse with ease You’re thinking, expressing feelings, and dreaming in your new language. You can conduct business and socialize with confidence. You’re expressing yourself on a range of topics, from politics to sports, and everything in between. Congratulations! Strangers become friends and the world becomes a smaller place when you’ve learned a new language. Download Rosetta Stone and start your language learning journey today! ------------------------------------------------------------- TRY IT: Try us free for 3 days! If you enjoy your Rosetta Stone trial, do nothing and your subscription will automatically continue. Current Subscribers • Get full access to all lessons, stories, and audio companion when you subscribe to Rosetta Stone. • Payment will be charged to your Apple ID. • Your account will be auto-renewed 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. • Manage or cancel your subscription from your App Store User Settings at any time after purchasing. Payment will be taken until the end of the current period. Enterprise and Education Learners • Unlimited use of Rosetta Stone's mobile app is available for existing Enterprise and Education Learners. • Features may vary for Enterprise and Education Learners. For questions or assistance, please visit http://support.rosettastone.com

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App Reviews

  • Milestones

    4
    By Trumpy Sessions
    These are a colossal waste of time. If you’re going to try to simulate an open ended conversation, then there can’t be one exact correct answer. Sometimes the program is looking for a general statement, and sometimes a specific one. It’s often impossible to tell from the pictures. It’s more an exercise of trying to learn the pictures than the language, and it teaches you to memorize the responses word for word (after you inevitably get it wrong the first time) rather than teaching you to formulate your own response. The milestones are a horribly designed waste of time.
  • Great

    5
    By ❣️💞
    This app is great for beginners love it. Has a variety of languages. Awesome 👍
  • I’m truly baffled

    2
    By whoeverville
    We used RS Japanese through a school program for a year. I simply don’t understand why this program is so popular. It claims to teach language the way you learned your first language—immersion and listening—except it forgets/ignores the fact that we are adults and don’t need to learn in such a frustrating and painstaking slow way. Plus many of the images make no sense, the written translations are in mixed hiragana/katakana/kanji (sorry not even children learn to read just by looking at random strings of characters!), and the phrases that may actually be useful to a traveler aren’t taught. Really how is “the man is sleeping” a more useful phrase than “where’s the bathroom”?? I’m beyond baffled as to why Rosetta Stone is considered the best of anything. We quit, bought a book and a subscription to a website with video instruction (waaaay less expensive), and have progressed more in a month than in the entire previous year.
  • Great software...when it’s free

    4
    By apl_luvr
    Overall, I really like the Rosetta Stone app for these reasons: 1. It’s fun and challenging to try to figure out new vocabulary that isn’t obvious from the picture they give you. The theory of the program is that people learn better if they figure out language from context rather than memorizing strict translations. It makes each lesson more enjoyable than just reading flash cards and helps give you a deeper understanding of the language. 2. Lessons are organized in a way that makes you feel like your making progress. The layout of the app is very pretty and clean. 3. There are a lot of additional features for you to use in the Extended Learning section. You can talk to people who know the language, listen to stories, or read through a little phrase book. With all of these nice things being said, I would never have paid for the software! Because: 1. There are very few opportunities to make up a sentence in the language you’re learning. You spend most of your time repeating what the app says word for word unless you take time to speak with a native. The app is great for listening skills and being able to repeat common phrases, but it’s terrible for learning grammar. I have gained little proficiency in being able to conjugate verbs or remembering certain vocabulary without the picture being in front of me. 2. There are features in the PC version of the software that aren’t available in the app. Writing exercises and some language learning games are unavailable in the app, but i think that learning to write helps enormously with language learning and being able to make your own sentences. It’s not as though these features couldn’t be added to the app, and I have no idea why they aren’t included because they really should be. 3. And this is the most important point. I think many people don’t realize that you get the full version of Rosetta Stone for free through you’re library. That is the only reason why I think it’s worth it to get the software. If I had gotten a subscription, I would have felt like I had wasted my money. The library subscription also allows you to use the app instead of just learning on a PC. It all syncs up very nicely. So overall, I like the app, but I would supplement it with both a grammar book and speaking exercises. And DO NOT pay for it!
  • Finally getting the hang of this

    5
    By older getting smarter
    The pronunciation parts really help.
  • It’s great

    5
    By Fastiggi
    Want to learn German? Rosetta Stone is the way to go.
  • How good is Rosetta Stone

    4
    By catalanottos
    I love Rosetta Stone! It’s cool but not too cool whoever made it is awesome
  • Japanese on iPad & iPhone

    4
    By jfdthhij
    At one point the app said I could see translations by holding my finger on the text. It doesn’t work. So there have been and still are quite a few times I have no idea what I am learning. I submitted an email but never heard back. Plus there are virtually no instructions. I am enjoying it for the most part, but there is another portion where I am totally lost.
  • ITS LIT!!!!!

    5
    By lony07
    ITS LIT
  • Wish I️ could study offline

    4
    By Surfer11100200
    Great app and program, but I️ just wish I️ would be able to study without it requiring data.

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