Beelinguapp: Bilingual Stories MODDED 2022


Bilingual Stories with Audio. Learn by reading in 2 languages side by side.
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Learn languages by reading the content you love with our parallel-text method geared for every experience level – from beginner to expert! Read stories in 2 languages at once, listen to the audio. Language learning is fun and free with Beelinguapp!

Learn a new language with Beelinguapp, the app where you read stories in different languages side by side. Listen to audio in your target language and read text in both your native and target language as reference.

Learn at your own pace with this fun and free language learning app. If you are familiar with language learning audio books, you will love Beelinguapp’s innovative method to learn a new language. Listen to audiobooks narrated by native speakers, so you can train your ears. Learn from the very start – learners are fully immersed in their target language

Read stories you love, news articles or travel guides to learn! Read classics like Snow White and Sherlock Holmes, cultural guides to global cities, daily news articles, or even kids books with simplified sentences and illustrations. Find your favorite audiobooks, listen and start learning today!

Language learning requires more than just studying vocabulary – ditch the flashcards and pick what languages you want to learn through text and audiobooks. Improve listening and reading comprehension, pronunciation and build your language vocabulary. From Spanish to French to German and more, Beelinguapp teaches you through fun and familiar text. Follow the words with karaoke-style scrolling text to learn a new language with ease.

Beelinguapp is fun and easy to use for anyone that wants to learn a new language. Use your native language as a guide and start learning today!

Beelinguapp Features:

Language Learning Made Easy
• Learn a new language by reading different stories in a language of your choosing!
• Learn a language no matter what experience level: beginner, intermediate, expert.
• Read stories in YOUR language to reference what a word or phrase means.

Audio Book Reader
• Spanish, French, German and more languages on easy to listen audiobooks.
• Listen to audiobooks in any language even if your phone is sleeping.
• Learn languages by following the reader of the audio book with a karaoke style animation to know exactly what they are saying.
• Spanish audio books combined with English, French audio books combined with German – the choice and what language audio book you want to read is yours!

Great Stories in Different Languages
• Side by side readings of your favorite fairy tale stories, novels and more.
• Learn languages at your own pace and choose only the stories you want to read.
• Languages, genre and learning level (beginner to expert) can be sorted to make learning languages easy

Learn new languages by reading different stories side by side with Beelinguapp! No memorization and no flashcards needed. Learn languages at your own pace by reading your favorite stories on Beelinguapp!

Download Beelinguapp now and start learning languages for free!

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40 comentarios en "Beelinguapp: Bilingual Stories MODDED 2022"

  1. This app has potential. When choosing “Filters”, make sure you touch the dim checkmark in the upper right corner to save the filter. The “Bekids” section appears to have only 9 very short stories, but are very good for beginners. I subscribed so I’m taking a chance on this app. It may be useful. Time will tell. Ha ha! I improved my rating when I realized I wasn’t saving my filter. My bad!

  2. Why is this app so cumbersome to use? The concept is great but basic features are missing. If I enter Translate mode I can’t return to “read” mode without closing the story I was reading. Also, if I close the app, it doesn’t remember where I was in the story. I also can’t select any word that is on more than 1 line. I’m using a galaxy s10+. Instead of putting in features like Night Mode that no one cares about, focus on basic functionality.

  3. The idea is great, execution is less than acceptable. It says click a word to add to your flashcards but it doesn’t add. The mic feature doesn’t work. There are no instructions other than what appears on the screen periodically and those disappear too fast to read. Then when you try to use the feature, it doesn’t work. I have a 7 day trial so I’ll give it another day or two, but so far it’s just been frustrating.

  4. I’m on day two of the 7 day trail and im thinking of buying it. the illustrations are cute and it’s a great useful idea. very convenient but I’m not sure how in 6 years since it’s been developed you have this amount of content .create more stories would you??? bit embarrassing I’m not totally sold if I won’t cancel the trial before I’m billed yet.

  5. D C dice:

    The UI is indeed buggy as the other comments said. But what’s really annoying is everytime I look up a word and press the back button to go back to the story, it will go back to the main menu. Pretty counterintuitive if you’re eager to learn. I had high hopes when I signed up – save your money and just read subtitles in your target language.

  6. Not recommended unless you like the convenience. I’m trying to learn Hindi, which this app supports (good!). Unfortunately, the stories are poorly selected. Most children’s stories are in the past tense. This isnt useful when you begin learning – you need a variety of tenses. Also, the Hindi speaker does not speak clearly and his recordings have a lot of distracting background noise. Sometimes they even glitch and his voice drops out. Definitely not worth paying for. Also, copy text doesnt work.

  7. Update: unfortunately I’ve had to uninstall it. The recordings are poor quality and unintelligible, and the app has lots of glitches where you have to click back and forth or it closes early, and is generally difficult to use in addition to being laggy. // Previously: Best app for learning languages I’ve found so far. I really like it. Was confused by some issue with gold not loading correctly. was confused by the new format but nothing was actually wrong. Thanks for making such a great app

  8. Great app for language learners but not for absolute beginners. Large amount of children’s stories, fables, and snippets of larger books as well as news articles uploaded weekly. You can listen to stories as the word that is being spoken is highlighted on the screen. The app has the option to split the screen between your native language and second language so you can track your understanding without having to switch between tabs or pull up a dictionary. There are a lot of little problems that keep this app from being a 5 star app. There is this random jarring screeching sound every now and then that needs to be fixed ASAP as it really ruins the immersion. The word highlighting feature blurs words sometimes making you click away from the word to read it. No built in dictionary and different content creators upload stories so the stories can vary in quality. Only one man reads all the stories (at least in Arabic). Changing up narrators would be nice. Overall Great app for reading and listening comprehension but lots of little annoying bugs.

  9. Great idea, terrible app. I have yet to find a single story for learning Spanish. (idk why, it’s not like it’s an obscure language!) Worse, you can’t even search by language! You can search by genre and difficulty, and you save your languages in the settings, but it apparently means nothing. You have to individually click each story, (which can trigger an ad) to see if it’s available in your language (and it’s not). If you’re trying to improve your English, it’s great. Anything else, PASS.

  10. Alek Sung dice:

    Great idea, but very poorly executed (at least for Portuguese). For the handful of stories I went through, I found there was at least some audio issues. Some of the text would not match exactly what the reader was saying. But the most frustrating part of the experience is the volume of the recording would be extremely low forcing me to turn up the volume all the way. Then at some transition between sentences, there would be a very long and disruptive sound (almost like static) and would scare me

  11. N di G dice:

    Amazing mini readings side by side that are a unique and very useful way to truly learn a new language outside of vocabulary lists. One can easily create personalized flashcards with a press of the finger. The variety of abridged reading material is splendid. One can re-read often, that’s good! YThe news stories are great. I really loved the songs, but very disappointed that I can only access each song one time. I hope it is a glitch, because one needs multiple times and repetition to learn….

  12. Excellent app for learning Spanish. The stories are interesting, the glossary is a great aid and the changeable reading speed is a great help for development. Just one suggestion: it would be nice to have a go back to story button at the top of the glossary rather than having to scroll through the entire glossary to get back to the bottom ‘go back’ button. I would also like to have both the translation of a word and my notes about the vocabulary word show up equally in the glossary.

  13. This is a very usefull app for beginners and intermediates to read texts in thier target language. I especially like that the text can be read to you. It helps me figure out how to pronounce new words. I have also been loving the newest feature, where you can read the lastest news stories in your target language. If you are a beginner or intermediate in a new language, and you need some more practice material, I absolutely recommend!

  14. Coarse dice:

    This app may be useful to you, but some of the things I want to do are complicated for the app. The interface that pops up when in text selection mode is confusing and doesn’t make sense. Additionally, I’m unable to select multiple lines. My selection is locked to a single line at a time, which is frustrating when trying to translate or add to my glossary more than one word at a time. I would suggest a better translation interface rather than using the default 2-second long system text bubble.

  15. If you’re looking for something free, don’t bother with the app if you hate constant ads even in a premium trial. There are constant popups and notifications to get premium and so much blocked content for a free user to pay for premium. As much as the content is nice there are other options out there that are less annoying. There’s a whole section on the app to “Help Us” with stories and translations and I’m not even sure why that’s a thing too^^

  16. Great app! Beelinguapp forcuses on learning through reading and listening, similar to Lingq but more streamlined. There isnt as much content but it’s easier to use and far less expensive. I really like the dual language approach so when I’m reading in Portuguese I can quickly glance at the English text to get the definition of a word rather than interrupting the story to look it up. Its easy to create flashcards on the fly for later review.

  17. It’s perfect for my reading studies. I’m trying to incorporate a natural voice when reading Hangul (Korean), hanzi (Mandarin), and the mixed alphabet of Japanese. It’s greatly improved my literacy rate and I’ve began to easily recognize so many sounds. It’s also improved my memory rate on the characters. Overall, it was what I was looking for when I downloaded the app. The only feature I wish it had was a romanization option.

  18. I can’t get into the app. It opens to a page asking is this the first time you’ve used this app with yes/no buttons. Clicking on either will advance to 2nd screen covered by full page ad offering discount on first year of premium version for 30 minutes. That’s as far as I got. No x button to close, no setting/menu, buttons, nothing. Closed out of app & reopened again but its still frozen on that screen. I’m now going to uninstall from my device’s settings. No rating on its intended functions as I never got past their sales pitch page. 0 stars.

  19. Amazing approach, it functions 100%, it helps hearing and reading skills in target language. 100% recommended as one of the many tools to acquire a targeted language. Includes personalization of speed. My only gripe thus far would be that many of the voices are not engaging, or an “interesting” accent, or robotic. It isn’t bad enough to ruin the experience but I hope you guys improve over time on it, only as a constructive improvement, not in a lacking feature or so bad that it ruins the utilit

  20. Great learning tool and definitely worth the price! However, this new update is super annoying. I am not able to read certain stories unless I finish other stories and the quiz, yet it doesn’t even save the stories you have completed and I have to redo things to get to the new story. Also after finishing the quiz, i am told to retake it. It’s a mess.

  21. Bree G dice:

    Great idea, terrible execution. There are so many little bugs that the overall experience is frustrating: the flashcards don’t work, the translations aren’t perfect, buttons won’t work, no sources for the news articles, the voice won’t stop reading aloud after you turn off the sound, or even when you exit the story. I could go on and on. This app feels like it was haphazardly thrown together by people who don’t know how to code. The passive aggressive customer service doesn’t help either.

  22. Amazing content & GREAT way to learn BUT there are PERVASIVE UI ISSUES that make the app slow, inconvenient and less usable. For example, it takes over 10 seconds to translate a single word!! That’s a tap, 2 long taps and then more waiting for the app to actually pull up the translation. It takes way too long! AND when you finish listening to a story, it takes you away from the article as soon as the audio finishes! and there’s no way to go back! There are other issues – its death by 1000 cuts

  23. P Harris dice:

    Used to be awesome!!!! Karaoke style text scrolling is amazing. But they now have so many pay walls and it’s difficult to navigate to even 3 stories to try it out! After buying lifetime on faith, my score is slightly higher. Without a pay wall, it’s better but you still can’t highlight across lines in order to add to your glossary – which is very lame. They’ve got kinks to iron out. I’ll be waiting. It’s still fairly awesome in terms of comprehensible input. Only LIngua, LingQ, Beelingua and Speakly have a lot of transcriptswith audio. Beelingua is the cheapest app of that bunch and Lingua is a website, so it still has usefulness, it just has some room to improve. Will update review periodically.

  24. Doesn’t live up to expectations. I paid for Gold level access, which is supposed to be ad-free, but I still get ads. Some of the audio is poor, over-driven, and distorted, others have distracting echoes like they were recorded in a basement instead of a studio. I like the speed controls for speech speed. I also like the ability to filter based on proficiency level. But, overall, it could and should be better. It’s still cheap for a subscription, even if you don’t get a special price.

  25. Sang Dang dice:

    Great concept, extremely poor excution. The free version seem great so i bought it. Then i found out nothing work right. It cant save your progress right, can’t sort by reading level right, simply adding story to your favorites and unfavorite them is a problem and a bunch of other bugs. Everytime you reopen the app, everything you have done before got messed up. It’s so frustrating. How hard it is for them just to simple code those fucntions to work correctly and stay that way? GEEZZ..

  26. Brett S dice:

    Nice idea, its nice to be able to go back and forth between languages. Problems i had were: unintuitive app navigation, lack of stories, lack of relevant and recent news articles, lack of content, some bugs as certain articles wouldnt load, text alignment issues, audio, once played, cannot be stopped. Good idea, lacks execution and substance.

  27. 2nd update: Uninstalled. Used to be five stars, now one. Stories are locked, even if you are a premium member. It seems you’re being forced to read certain stories in a specific order to unlock the next one. Makes sense if you’re using the free version, but not if you pay for premium. Having the ability to read what you want, whenever, and however you want is what made this service so great. People learn differently and are interested in different topics.

  28. Lise Dale dice:

    I’m enjoying the app but I’m bothered by two things. You can select a phrase to save to the glossary only if it falls on the same line. I Also do not understand why the word is saved with an English segment of the text which does not include the word. For the purposes of flashcard review especially, this makes no sense to me.

  29. The app has a lot of potential and is decent. I love the concept of stories and the artwork. Also, the articles cover a great range of topics. But please do whatever you must to have everything (or most content) in native audio. This day and age, we need NATIVE AUDIO. Too many apps use TTS and are thus sub-par for learning. It is literally what separates an amazing app (like speakly) from an okay app.

  30. It does seem like a stable app, but the audio is horrible, too fast, and scratchy (at least the German) ..also the translation calls upon Google translate to translate each word, which I could tell from the start is not exactly the best for this seeing it translates words oddly forbthe story does have its own side by side translation, but the words dont match up perfectly is a translation, but not a very good one. The content on the app needs a lot more work.

  31. Peggy Lai dice:

    The free version is great for being free. The paid subscription is not worth it, in my opinion. I got it for the flashcard functionality but the flashcards are not randomized and do not save where you last left off. It also does not have spaced repetition. The flashcards don’t work (no translation) unless I manually translate each word in the glossary first. Finally the multiple language function does not allow you to save different language words under a separate glossary or set of flashcards.

  32. Super useful to augment grammar and vocabulary study. Beelinguapp contains text of varying difficulty levels on topics ranging from fairy tales to current events to interesting non-fiction topics. I’m using it for Russian study as a native English speaker. Much of the text has accompanying audio which is great for getting the pronunciation correct. The mistakes I’ve noticed are rare and overall this is an excellent app so far. Cheers!

  33. I’ve had this app for 30 minutes and very much regret falling for the pressure to subscribe right away. I’ve had issue after issue – first story got to the end but every time I tried to exit it warned me I hadn’t completed it. The first song I tried somehow had English text on both the top and bottom of my screen and was sung in English but I’m trying to practice my Spanish. Next story the highlighted text was a sentence ahead of the reader. I canceled my subscription and also want a refund!

  34. I liked the concept of the app, so I purchased the annual gold membership on my phone. However, I downloaded the app on my computer, used the same google account, but it did not transfer any of the information on my phone. It didn’t save my progress or glossary, and most importantly, it did not remember that I had already paid for a membership. I emailed them and have not received a response. Also, I wish I could delete the automatically added words in glossary, it crowds it up.

  35. I bought premium because I liked the concept but none of the premium features were really worth it. I tried to download stories to read offline and none of them worked. Also I found the translate and select text modes inconvenient. The concept is great and maybe it works for other languages. I wish I could get the money back but ill keep using the free version

  36. I like the idea of this app. I downloaded it and was immediately intimidated by the promotions. It gives you 30 minutes to decide if you want a discounted rate, which feels like a lot of pressure. I clicked on a story to try it out, decided I wanted to change some of the settings, and was met with some sort of promotional deal if I finished that story right now. Too aggressive for me–uninstalled. Wasn’t impressed enough with the audio quality to keep going.

  37. This is a wonderful way to learn a language , especially for those who are stuck at an intermediate level. Just remember – if you want to achieve fluency YOU have to speak! So don’t just listen. Read along out loud! Make flashcards with the sentences that have words that are new to you. You will make great progress wi you do that with this app – I guarantee it!

  38. fostellar dice:

    It’s real nice, when it works My first impressions of this app were pretty good, I especially loved that there was music translations avalible to read and listen. After starting the free trial, closing the app and coming back later, it constantly froze right on opening it. Once I was finally able to acess the app without freezing, I kept being prompted to “get premium” and being locked out of certain things despite having already started a subscription. Very finicky, this thing.

  39. I like this method of language learning, it would be nice if it only showed stories in my skill level. I find it hard to find stories that I enjoy, but I’m a picky reader so that doesn’t necessarily mean the selection isn’t good enough. It would be nice if you could enable furigana for Japanese, but I understand that features specific to only one language are not of priority. All in all, this is the best language learning app I’ve used, although the bar for a good language learning app is low.

  40. The best way to learn a language is through properly-leveled exposure and there are few ways to get it better than with Beelingual. It’s easy to build vocab, grammar, and listening skills while enjoying a story in a non-threatening environment. Although eventually you’ll need to take leaps to communicate in your target language in daily life, this is undoubtedly a great way to prepare yourself for that point.

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