Mango Languages Learning MODDED 2022


Learn different foreign languages through practical and real conversations.
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Language is an Adventure. Learn languages in a fun and efficient way with real-life conversations, native-speaker audio and cultural context. Mango app will make you speak like a local in a blink of an eye.

Mango is a convenient and simple foreign language learning app that features authentic content, interactive features, and an algorithmic review activity designed to adapt to your individual learning path. Forget about boring language lessons in a classroom, digitize your experience with Mango!

In our comprehensive courses you’ll learn vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture simultaneously through interactive lessons. Note how to express your immediate thoughts in different languages and apply your new knowledge right away.

Would you like to learn one of the top European languages? We offer German, Spanish, French, Portuguese and other popular languages of the continent!

Interested in Asian culture? Learn Korean, Chinese and Japanese with the Mango app.

Looking to improve our world lingua franca? Free English learning is a part of the app as well!

It’s going to be better than any online language courses!

Want to start learning languages? Get full access:
• FREE through many libraries and other institutions
• Use the search feature in the app to find organizations offering free access near you
• Subscribe to our affordable monthly plans

Learning languages free of charge? Mango subscriptions include a free 14-day trial period, and you can easily cancel at any time.

• All Languages: Access to all of our languages for you and up to five additional family members.
• Single-Language: Access to a single language and one learning profile.

If you have a question or feedback on our learning app, feel free to contact us at [email protected]

Why is it easy to learn different languages with Mango?

• Practical, real-world conversations
• Linguist-approved language courses
• Studio-recorded native-speaker audio
• Individualized spaced-repetition review system
• Auto play for hands-free, on-the-go learning
• Downloadable lessons for offline access
• Interactive listening and reading exercises
• Essential cultural insights
• Content aligned with international standards
• Designed with ADA standards in mind
• Bluetooth compatibility
• Personalized support from real humans


Available courses for English speakers:
• Arabic (Egyptian)
• Arabic (Iraqi)
• Arabic (Levantine)
• Arabic (Modern Standard)
• Armenian
• Azerbaijani
• Bengali
• Chaldean Aramaic
• Chinese (Cantonese)
• Chinese (Mandarin)
• Croatian
• Czech
• Cherokee
• Danish
• Dari
• Dutch
• Dzongkha
• Filipino (Tagalog)
• Finnish
• French
• French (Canadian)
• German
• Greek
• Greek (Ancient)
• Greek (Koine)
• Haitian Creole
• Hawaiian
• Hebrew (Modern)
• Hebrew (Biblical)
• Hindi
• Hungarian
• Icelandic
• Igbo
• Indonesian
• Irish
• Italian
• Japanese
• Javanese
• Kazakh
• Korean
• Latin
• Malay
• Malayalam
• Norwegian
• Pashto
• Persian (Farsi)
• Polish
• Portuguese (Brazilian)
• Potawatomi
• Punjabi (Pakistani)
• Romanian
• Russian
• Scottish Gaelic
• Serbian
• Shanghainese
• Slovak
• Spanish (Castilian)
• Spanish (Latin American)
• Swahili
• Swedish
• Tamil
• Telugu
• Thai
• Turkish
• Tuvan
• Ukrainian
• Urdu
• Uzbek
• Vietnamese
• Yiddish

Available English courses for speakers of various languages:
• Arabic (Egyptian)
• Arabic (Modern Standard)
• Armenian
• Bengali
• Chinese (Cantonese)
• Chinese (Mandarin)
• French
• German
• Greek
• Haitian Creole
• Hmong
• Italian
• Japanese
• Korean
• Polish
• Portuguese (Brazilian)
• Russian
• Somali
• Spanish (Latin American)
• Turkish
• Vietnamese

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40 comentarios en "Mango Languages Learning MODDED 2022"

  1. Es Ochoa dice:

    Highly recommend. Very underrated, useful, and designed well. I’ve been using this for German, along with other resources, and it’s been great for my listening comprehension and pronunciation. It also has an amazing SRS flashcard sessions and review sessions at the end. It’s a very versatile app that I can put on auto play as well when I’m driving or doing other tasks. FYI, it was free through my library card.

  2. Rachel Z dice:

    I came to Mango while looking for alternatives to Duolingo following its drastic and inaccessible changes to user experience. So far, so good! I have a full subscription for free via my local library and I appreciate how the lessons provide cultural notes on the phrases being taught. The lessons are conversation-based, which means they provide a lot of practical mastery-building and feel meaningful to work through.

  3. I have only been using it for a week, but I do like it. I like the explanations for the grammar and also recordings of native speakers. I’m not sure how I feel about the sound wave comparisons, but am still working on it. I started Mango after using Duolingo for over 5years. I like that app, but they felt the need to make fun of people with vaccine injuries both with their mascot and within their app.

  4. Great app for getting the basics down. However, I don’t know if I will actually ever learn to speak the Spanish by using only the app. I think one would need a more immersive experience in order to actually speak conversationally with other Spanish speakers. I do like the app and will continue to use it to enhance my vocabulary and verb conjugation.

  5. Ben Atha dice:

    Easy to follow and it progresses through the lessons at a good pace. The thing I really like it having options to practice listening skill and reading skills. Also, the words and lessons are much more useful than other apps and you don’t waste time learning the same words over again. I highly recommend Mango.

  6. Mango combines spaced repetition with pimsleur style teaching. I am have far better retention with this than other methods. The ability to record and play back against the speaker is REALLY a game changer for pronunciation. It won’t get you past traveling fluency, so use other tools for success. It is a great tool for speech and listening

  7. I have been language learning for serveral years now. I recently started learning Tagalog which is not offered on most applications. I have been using Mango for 2 weeks and this is by far the best I have used to date for overall learning and grammar. You still need to supplement your learning with other programs (its not the best for pronunciation, listening, or immersion imo) but Mango is an incredible starting point. And its free with most library cards!

  8. Having tried two other language apps, Mango is my fav for a few reasons: 1. The play mode where I can learn hands free while I’m driving 2. The fact that they teach you practical words and sentences that I will actually use when I travel. (No one needs to learn “The monkey reads the letter” before “Do you speak English?”…) I do wish they had more gamification, but the fact that they make learning more fun and easy vs other apps means I don’t need as much motivation to do it anyway I guess. 😁

  9. I really enjoy using Mango Languages. The easy-to-use design and the repetitive speaking practice help me to remember the new concepts! My only complaint is that notifications for lesson reminders never work until I’ve already forgotten to study, then I remember to log on later or the next day. Then, the notification pops up. This happens every time.

  10. Great app to learn and practice speaking, reading, and listening, for heaps of languages. The cultural notes are also a great addition. Only issue I found was with a couple phrases in Iraqi Arabic. The translations/indications/context for use in Mango didnt quite match the way native speakers would use the phrases. Mango Languages is still an awesome tool though and I love that it doesnt hassle me to practice. It lets me practice as I choose, guilt free. Thanks Mango team 🙂

  11. So far, I’m really liking this app, especially since it’s basically free (thank goodness for library cards). I’m excited to see if I can learn a good amount of Japanese through this app. So far, my only major gripe is that I can’t control the autoplay speed, which is using the timer speed. The timer speed is so slow that autoplay is essentially unusable for me. This might be handy when trying to compose complex sentences in my head later, but for now, the sentences are extremely simple and I’m just waiting a good 10 or 15 seconds for the app to continue. This speed definitely needs to be adjustable, and there isn’t any reason why it shouldn’t be.

  12. Aloyzius dice:

    French. I was able to subscribe for free using my library card! Amazing! The content so far is useful, and good, but I wish there were more quizzes and ways to hold me accountable. It’s too easy to skim along like a book, too quicky, and realize I haven’t retained much. There’s only a scored quiz at the end of the main unit, and they’re pretty easy. As far as I can tell, there’s no assessment test for French so I had to start all over with Bonjour, and the basics.

  13. **Most importantly, it explains the grammar rules! By far the best language learning app out there. Repetition that isn’t annoying in an open book format, meaning you can skip over parts you already know and jump ahead or go back with ease. It holds your hand only if you want it to. Essentially, it gives you control over what you study and review instead of it deciding the agenda for today. Also, if your university partnered with it, you get it for free!

  14. It’s great in that it has Latin American Spanish and an auto play feature for on the go. I didn’t give it the fourth and fifth stars because the app is the same as the mobile website minutes the auto play feature and the voice recording function would be useful if told you right or wrong. Instead one has to listen to the voice too compare. I do that already as I go through the slides so it’s not really useful. But I compared to other options, it’s my favorite.

  15. Love it! Brushing up on my French, which I took MANY years ago in elementary and high school. Breezed through the first lessons on the app until I realized that I need to improve pronunciation and emphasis. Now, with the aid of the voice recorder/visual comparisons, I am taking my time so I can perfect that. Now, it feels like a wonderfully challenging game with practical value. So much fun.

  16. I’m not paying for it (my government is) so I’m less critical. It’s got a lot of content. On the negative side they block screen captures. Почему? The American narration is sickly sweet and extremely annoying. Also unnecessary. Overall it’s quite helpful. I prefer it to other apps. Conversation based. Hope this helps you decide.

  17. This is a very helpful app. I have been using it for 2 years to learn Spanish, Japanese and have recently used it to learn a little Mandarin. It’s incredible helpful, with the interface being super easy to use. They have a variety of languages you can choose from, which is really nice. they added reading and audio section, which challenges your listening skills and reading. Super great app!

  18. Really love using this app. I’m using it to learn Icelandic, and I think it’s doing a really great job in providing me a strong foundation. Three things I would love to see: 1, expanded courses so more complex conversations could be explored. 2, an option for an “abridged” narrator (I love having the narrator, but i get annoyed when she repeats the literal translation on *every single card*, even if you’ve seen it 50 times already). 3, somewhere that you can review all completed lessons at once.

  19. I found it much easier to come back and study Japanese with this app. I’ve used Duolingo before, but it’s not as good imo bc it’s too easy to guess the answers, whereas here everything’s a flash card and you get prompts to practice past vocab and phrases. I like that there are listening and reading exercises at the end of each chapter that cover all the important topics from the lessons. I also like that it’ll teach you some concepts and then ask if you can figure out how to combine them.

  20. This is clear cut language software and it is some of the best I’ve used. The audio is clear and it makes certain that you can pronounce every word in the vocabulary until you speak an entire language different from your own. And I’m very happy with the review cards so as to lock in your memory the new information!!! I might add that I’ve seen, for myself, that the learning curve is quick and permanent!!

  21. I dont think I can express how advanced this learning system is. I feel it was developed perfectly for someone that has had trouble in the past with other systems. The pronunciation by the teachers and the way it breaks down sentence structure is amazing. This app is great and should be in every school acrossed America. Edit: I feel that there should be more lessons. Each lesson teachs you at most a few phrases. Their method of teaching is superior to all but the amount of content is lacking.

  22. Exactly what I wanted for German. I’m a visual learner and need more that to just hear words. In addition to audio, the text in German shows and is color coded to the English. Most important, you can opt to view phonetic pronunciation for each word. Initially this offers short lessons with short phrases and is very easy to navigate and move forward and back within the lesson quickly.

  23. I have used many apps and books,to learn foreign languages and Mango is at the top of the list with the best. I do think that it should be used in conjunction with either books or other apps that focus on writing to ensure the four paths to fluency is covered (reading, speaking, listening and writing). I find that I retain majority of the words learnt even if I miss a few days. I highly recommend this program.

  24. I like the context that it provides when you learn new words/phrases. Doulingo is fun, but there’s no way to isolate each word in a phrase to hear it individually before stringing it in a sentence, this app does just that. I appreciate the color coding too. Overall, pleasantly surprised. This, in conjunction with Duolingo, has really helped!!!

  25. This is the best language learning program I have experienced. I am currently learning my 5th foreign language. I especially love the optional flash cards at the end of each lesson. the settings on this program make it easy for the user to interface the way he/she wants. The only Improvement I can think of would be to allow the auto-play on the computer and not just the app.

  26. I love this app…very addicting! I love the reviews of the previous days , but also the way you can listen to your pronunciations compared to the correct pronunciation. I have used a lot of apps trying to learn Hebrew, but this is the best interactive language learning program and it is affordable. No long term committment. It also has settings that allow it to run automatically for road trips. I believe I will finally stick to it, not get bored, and be able to retain what I’ve learned.

  27. This is a great app. Combines speaking with written words in different colors that match in Spanish and English. Good review exercises, lots of repetition of phrases to get more fluent. Good accents among Spanish speakers. Comprehensive and well-organized to learn conversation and grammar step by step. It also has contemporary vocabulary like email and cell phone. It’s a great learning tool. Highly recommended.

  28. By far the best language app I’ve used. Everything is in context and the correct use of words is taught. Other language apps (like Duolingo) start you in an odd place and give you the wrong words (no formal speech for example). It’s completely free with your library card #. No ads or purchases. Highly structured and professional appearance, like taking a college course. I would highly recommend!

  29. Such a great app! Although the narrator is the least obnoxious of all the apps I’ve tried, it still gets a bit repetitive after a while. I’ve muted the narrator and turned off the answer timer, which vastly improved my experience. I would love if there was some sort of notation during the lesson for things like informal/formal, or if the answer needs to be said a certain way (currently only displayed during review)

  30. I started using Duolingo recently to learn more Japanese, and Duolingo is kind of a dumpster fire for non-western languages, so I tried Lingodeer (which is designed for Japanese) and didn’t like that so much, and then my wife discovered that we get Mango Language Learning free through the LA library, so I tried that out and it is GREAT for Japanese and I recommend it. It’s not as interactive as Duolingo or Lingodeer; there’s no multiple choice questions, or type the word you hear questions; it’s all just “how would you say this?” and then you press a button to get the answer, and you’re on the honor system as to whether or not you got it right, but this works just fine. It does this simple but super-useful thing of highlighting the words in the Japanese phrase and the English translation so you can see exactly how the translation matches up despite differences in word order. At the end of every section there’s a dialogue you listen to, and then there are multiple-choice questions about the dialogue. Mango also has frequent asides where they explain Japanese grammar, which is how I finally learned the difference between the six different ways of saying “thank you” in Japanese, and learned that “ee” is the normal way of saying “yes” and you don’t really use “hai” for yes in casual conversation, and learned that their days of the week are derived from the Babylonian calendar, and some context for the different ways of saying 4, 7, and 9. I also tried Transparent Language through the library, but that one isn’t so good for Japanese. So! If you have a hankering to learn some Japanese, I recommend Mango.

  31. It’s an excellent learning tool. They break apart a sentence or a word and explain it to you, they then reconstruct it as you learned it. Then they build up from there. And the app has an automatic mode to use as you drive or at home busy, or manual mode for more visual learning. It has all kinds of extra little settings, like narrator on/off, repeat a sentence or explanation, listening mode for you to practice your pronouncing, ….. Etc etc etc. I love it.

  32. Of course, only time will tell, but so far, I love this app. I’m learning to speak Russian. So far I’ve learned a lot. Also, if you touch the particular word you’re learning, you see pronunciation. I also love the review function, which is like flashcards. The program limits review, which is a popular feature on many flashcard apps. Once I’m more advanced in speaking Russian, it may change, but right now, I’m loving this app. До свидания!

  33. Because I am going to Japan in a few months, this is exactly what I was looking for – something that would teach the more commonly used phrases and terms, in audio. I tried another app but it covered more characters for reading, and there was zero support for people who had questions, other than a chat board so you had to hope that someone might be able to help and would post a response. I never got help for a simple question about why things were suddenly in kanji when it was never taught.

  34. Yes, it’s good to focus on conversation, and, yes, it does make you feel more accomplished, but the app is a little awkward. If you’re studying two languages, them to switch between them, you have to go out of the lessons, out of the chapters, into the language page, into the find another language page, and click on it. I think you should have tabs at thetop of the screen on the lesson and chapter and home pages, with all the languages being studied. Then you can just click on the tabs.

  35. Mango was updated recently and includes much more content. I’m really impressed with how easy it is to use, and how quickly one can learn phrases to get by ink other countries. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to pick up a language, for vacation, for picking up a language they had previously learned and forgotten (high school Spanish), or trying out a new language.

  36. The learning pattern can be hard to follow but the phrases and words build off of each other each lesson. I wouldn’t worry about the scenarios given because they have a pretty generic structure that let you plug in your own nouns or verbs if you were to learn more words. The explanations and comprehensiveness (writing/speech/listening) as well as the different quizzes and recaps offered make the course challenging but not impossible to do if you have little time for the course. (Basic Japanese)

  37. I’m through several lessons of Japanese so far and it’s been a pleasure. The app is well designed with helpful features without being cluttered. The pace of lessons and repetition has been comfortable and good for memorization. It has remembered my place in lessons from one session to the next. I have not encountered any bugs or malfunction.

  38. Alina Vo dice:

    Mango Languages is a great app to get a foundation of Spanish (to intermediate)! It teaches grammar/rules/practical conversation better than Duolingo. However, I still sometimes had to search the differences between 2-3 words if the app didn’t explain it. Disappointed that some of the subunits (Ex. Romance) are just recycled content from units 1-5; I hoped to learn new words/phrases such as how to flirt. The review would be better if it occasionally had flash cards from all prior units.

  39. This app is much better than Duolingo for learning languages! It teaches you words and phrases that I’ve found super useful while traveling! And every word you can play out loud so you can hear the native pronunciation. It uses enough repetition to help the words stick, lots of review that is super helpful in learning a language. It has helped me a lot, I highly recommend this app!!

  40. M M dice:

    I didn’t know it was possible to turn off the narrator! With the narrator off, I love this app! It is just what I hoped for. I am working on Chinese, French, and Korean. I can do a level test to place me correctly so that I can start learning new, useful material right away. Without the narrator, I can just focus on the target language. I can see how the on/off option would support students with a different learning style. Thank you Mango for your response explaining how to solve my problem.

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