Rosetta Stone launches an app for Android
Do you want to learn a new language wherever you are? If you are too busy to stay in the classroom or you don’t like to read boring books on your desk or in front of the PC, you have a better solution. Actually, many of you may have already used Rosetta Stone – it is a very popular and acclaimed learning software. Recently, the company has released its first language learning version for Android. Comparing with the PC version, it still has a great functionality – with speech recognition feature and many text, image and speech exercises you will surely make great progress in the learning process.
If you already have an account, you can sign in with your existing user name and password and sync from the PC to your Android device. The new users can enjoy one of the courses of the 24 languages for free, and they will need to pay for any other additional course. If you decide to buy the full version, don’t expect to be that cheap. Be aware that the PC version costs over $400, but that is pretty reasonable price for the value offered. With Rosetta Stone, you can easily learn how to speak, write and read in any of the 24 languages included. You can improve your pronunciation, with the help of the unique speech-recognition technology, which is fine-tuned and it really works. The developers claim that the app works well on nearly every Android phone or tablet, but minor speech features problems can be expected on some devices.
Source: Google Play Store