Memrise: Language Learning

Memrise: Language Learning

By Memrise

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2013-05-20
  • Current Version: 2.3.12
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 192.34 MB
  • Developer: Memrise
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 58,548 Ratings


Best of 2016! Blast off with new vocabulary & grammar skills! Unlock your language learning superpowers with Memrise. Join over 15 million people worldwide, explore new words and phrases and learn how to speak, read and write in French, Spanish, Japanese (full and no script), German, Chinese, Korean and a host of other exciting new languages. With next-generation mobile learning, a rich variety of games, fun chatbots and over 30,000 native speaker videos, Memrise provides a practical, innovative approach to foreign language learning. Start speaking like a native with out of this world language learning content! Download Memrise to Explore: Courses expertly created by a dedicated team of linguists and language specialists Beginner and intermediate content designed to push the boundaries of learning technology Native speaker videos for language learning in context – no actors, just real people! Chatbots to help you sound natural and hone your conversational flow A variety of games to help you learn and practice, including Speed Review, Listening Skills, Difficult Words and Classic Review OBJECT RECOGNITION – NEW FOR iOS 11 Explore the world around you and learn new vocab on the go Scan your surroundings, snap a pic and store an image of your snapped object Save images and the snapped object’s name in your chosen language Best of 2016! iPad App of the Year - Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark. Learn useful, real-life language skills on the go. With local accents, practical grammar skills and rich content, Memrise has all of your language learning needs covered. Download now to start a conversation with the world around you. MEMRISE PRO Enhance your language learning journey with Memrise Pro! In addition to all the content in the free app, Memrise Pro paid subscription provides access to an extra set of games, chatbots and an offline mode for the ultimate on the go language learning experience. Pro offers: One-month subscription for $8.99 Three-month subscription for $18.99 Twelve-month subscription for $59.99 Lifetime subscription for $179.99 Once purchased, subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off in your iTunes. Account settings at least 24 hours before the end of the payment period ----------------------- Your learning journey with Memrise continues in: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Privacy Policy: Terms of Use:




  • Amazing

    By Hfbiuf
    I can really learn from this!
  • What I was missing with Duolingo - but too pricy

    By Meg294
    I love Duolingo and use it every day, but I find some languages on the app are better set up than others. When I started learning Danish, I kept using it as obsessively as I had with other languages, but I found that something was missing. Memrise fills in the gap with native speakers in brief clips, reinforcing the correct pronunciation I’d been struggling with mastering on the Duolingo app. It’s also so helpful to see phrases and words in repetition on this app, which helps enormously with memorizing new words. I’m going to use both of these apps in tandem and I’m extremely excited to start using Memrise as part of my daily routine and to try out other languages on the app as well. I’m only on level two but I love it so far! EDIT: However, I think it is incredibly pricy for the limited amount of words that are available. The highest level will get you some elementary vocabulary, but 60 a year or 9 dollars a month is just far too expensive for something that does not get you in depth understanding of the language. It is set up incredibly well but until the developers offer a higher level of fluency and additional levels I can’t imagine myself paying for it, which is very disappointing.
  • Free would be much better

    By Cupcake2344
    If Memrise was free like Duolingo it would be rated much higher
  • smol bug

    By Bersaganagle
    With the most recent update I've noticed that I can't add new courses that are not strictly language courses made by people at Memrise, although they are still available to me on the website. Love the app though, and I will continue to try to learn maybe siX LANGUANGES AT ONCE because I like it and I don't know what else to do with my time. 감사합니다. :)
  • Very well done

    By Matthew McG
    This app is well designed and executed. I’ve used it for perhaps 30 hours, now, and encountered no bugs. There is a fine community of good courses available at no cost. And the developers give a user of the free version a long long leash, reserving only a handful of (nice) features for the paid version.
  • App which is training different accents

    By pouya Hz
    I’ve never seen an app like this. This app us teaching different accents of a language so u can choose whatever u want. U may not find accents option at first but what you should do is to first sign in on their website and choose the course u want then continue it in the app cos if u start it in the app u may see only main accent of a language. Another thing is that users can add their own courses so u will actually find the course u need cos there r lots of courses. Some only training grammar, some everyday phrases and some maybe higher levels. Other nice point is that most of options that u will need r free so u can use it for free if u don’t want extra options. Thanks for the developer team. U ve done a great job. Thank you! ❤️🙏
  • Subscribe? Nah.

    By TiBoLanmou
    I might actually like the app if it let me get past the first lesson. It says nowhere on here (that I can find) that you have to pay to use it at all. My understanding was that you could use it for free for basic lessons and the extra bits like “difficult words” and “speed review” were for pro members. I’m not willing to pay $30 (much less $60) for an app that I don’t even know if I will find use of and that seems like it is false advertising. Maybe if it weren’t a subscription, but a one time fee, I would. I believe creators should be paid but subscriptions are a rip off. Oh well, there are other decent free apps out there.
  • Great at building vocabulary and complete phrases

    By bryanboone
    I’m enjoying this for learning some basic German. It’s repetitive, but not tedious as it switches things up often. The artificial voice has surprisingly good intonation and cadence which is nice. I really like how it builds to complete phrases instead of feeling as random as some other language apps. The learn with locals has been worth paying for so far.
  • Memrise makes learning engaging and fun.

    By Red Raider '93
    Excellent app!
  • I love this app!!!

    By MaiyaMix
    This app is so amazing, I love it so much words can’t describe it. It’s really effective and I’ve learned three languages from it. It’s awesome.