Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages

Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages

By Rosetta Stone, Ltd.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2011-06-02
  • Current Version: 5.15.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 243.74 MB
  • Developer: Rosetta Stone, Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 112,532 Ratings

Description

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 • 2018 Tabby Awards Winner 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. TRY IT: Try us free for 3 days! If you enjoy your Rosetta Stone trial, do nothing and your subscription will automatically continue. Subscription Details: • 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. • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. We offer the following subscription durations: 1 month 3 months 6 months 12 months 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 - Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RosettaStone/ - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rosettastone

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Reviews

  • Pretty good

    4
    By Alexander Hamilton~
    This app feels like a good way to get started on a new language. But it doesn’t seem optimized for mobile. Some text gets cut off, and images can be very small.
  • Still love it and even more

    5
    By cop10d
    I thought you couldn’t have it translate it. But I noticed you can. I still think it should probably be more clear like show you have a choice to translate it at the beginning of setting it up. But I still love it
  • Fun

    5
    By jeissemsmsks
    Fun’s
  • Great App

    5
    By No No Nanette 1
    This app is great at covering all aspects of learning a language, including but not limited to pronunciation. It also teaches in a manner in which one would learn as a child growing up learning a language, which is also very helpful. It may sound childish, but, it works great!
  • Worthless Japanese language app

    1
    By Dr. Michael Pangelinan
    Why the hell do the Rosetta Stone developers for Japanese think we need to know about horses & swimming in Tokyo? Why not start with how to say hello, thank you, excuse me, & how to find a train platform or order in a restaurant? Complete waste of time & money. Save your sanity & simply find & practice what you can learn for free on the many youtube videos on basic conversational Japanese phrases.
  • Great but needs improvements

    4
    By JulsLinrules
    I use Rosetta Stone for school and it is great! 😁 I am also really excited for Rosetta Stone to be on macOS Catalina!😜 But 1 main problem is when I’m using the microphone, I’m actually saying the word correct but it’s says it’s incorrect, so that’s 1 annoying thing in Rosetta Stone right now. So if Rosetta Stone fixes that, then I would rate Rosetta Stone 5 stars.⭐️ But overall Rosetta Stone is a great app!
  • Extended Learning

    2
    By Shamcie N.
    I m using this app on my iPad, the problem that I m facing is on the recording. For some reason, the recording stops before I finish the story. It allows me to record two or three lines. I sent a message via support line but I haven’t heard from anyone! Any answer will be helpful
  • FUN

    5
    By Nina3333333
    Very enjoyable way to learn!
  • Good but voice aspect needs work

    4
    By That_1Ryan
    Using on an iPhone 7+ and the pictographic learning where you match words and phrases to pictures is a great way to learn, but the voice component where it listens to you needs improvement. It works sometimes, but other times will report difficulty due to background noise when there is none or have trouble processing what you are saying even when speaking clearly. And when it detects that you are saying the phrase only partially correct it would be nice if it showed you where or how you are erring in your accent. It could do this by showing the word with the accent it heard juxtaposed with the accent you should be using. Other than that it is excellent and recommended as effective and enjoyable. I’m 37 and enjoy using the app, and so do my daughters age 5 and 7. So it really is for everyone.
  • Mostly awesome!!!

    4
    By Not Mike20
    I really love how quickly Rosetta Stone has helped me to relearn what I already knew and introduce new material in the same days by using the language more naturally. I find that the immersion keeps me from thinking in translation but more like new synonyms. By far the best of all the apps I have tried out in the language learning genre. I don’t really enjoy using it on my iPhone since it’s such small images, but on the iPad it’s great. Why do I say mostly awesome then? Understanding who the picture is referring to is sometimes difficult like the subtle difference of eye contact can be the difference between “ He is swimming” and “I am swimming” Or “We” and “they” mix ups for the same reason. The voice interpretation is also about 95% of the way there. It just sometimes doesn’t give you credit for saying anything or half of what you say and will mark it as wrong. The milestones can be very difficult to say the right thing even though what you said was situationally appropriate you can still be “wrong”

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