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Drops has a unique way of teaching the language, and differs from apps such as Duolingo and Rosetta Stone. Personally, through this app i’ve learned a lot more quicker and more efficiently due to the way the app is designed. You’re able to have free access to the first stage of every topic when you start out. Gradually you learn words through simple puzzles and memory exercises, along with spelling. Even if you get an exercise wrong, I enjoy how the app doesn’t discourage you in any way, it just calmly lets you continue on. You’re given 5 minutes for each session, and it reminds you every 10 hours once you’re able to start learning again. The app even keeps track of your progress, and this is all without buying the Premium pass where you can get even more. I thank Drops so much for being such an effective app for learning languages. It’s been keeping me up with it longer than any other language app I’ve tried before.
I’ve only been using this app a few days, but already I’m HOOKED. I’m currently visiting the Philippines for a month or two, and my family (most of them) don’t speak fluent English. So I decided to learn a little to understand them. And... WOW. This is a great app. Especially considering duolingo. I immediately deleted it when it didn’t have Tagalog, but even then, it would make me frustrated when I tried to learn Vietnamese, it would punish me for getting things wrong. With drops, it would let me try again and again and remind me the small portion of words little by little until it was engraved in my head. At least someone knows how to teach. Overall, amazing app!
I’ve tried a lot of different apps to help me learn Tagalog, but I never felt that any of them were worth paying for after the free trial period. However, this app is worth every penny. The colors, images, and repetition make it feel like you’re playing a game while still learning all the necessary vocabulary of the language. I’ve recommended this app to many of my friends because it has been so useful and efficient in helping me learn Tagalog. The only suggestion I have for the app developers is to incorporate the building of sentence structure. Having already gone through the first 18 topics, I feel like I’ve learned a lot of helpful verbs, nouns, and adjectives, but have no idea how to put them together to form a proper sentence. If they could incorporate this one update into their app, it would make a world of difference and officially raise Drops to the best language learning app on the market.
My wife is from the Philippines and she speaks fluent English. Her family however does not. I’ve been using this for a week now and I randomly surprise her with a sentence or grouping of words I learned that day and it seems to really be paying off! The method this app uses is great. Takes you back to the simpler way of learning as if you were in primary school with numbers, pictures, pronunciation, and repetition. Definitely a 5 star app. Maybe it could be cheaper though. 9 dollars a month isn’t much when it comes to communicating with loved ones but it’s 9 bucks that could be used towards taking them out to dinner or something to that nature. Anyways overall great app!!!
I’ve studied a dozen languages in my life, mostly in formal settings, never staying in any language to be fluent. While those courses helped with syntax and cultural settings, etc., sometimes you just want the basics and rote memorization. This app is perfect for that. I was born in the Philippines, but never learned the language. I probably knew about 150 words. This app has doubled my vocabulary in a few weeks and re-awakened the words I had forgotten. At my age, 5 minutes a day is all I can handle, but this app is just wonderful and fun and engaging. If I ever take a formal course in Tagalog, I know I would be well prepared for the vocabulary and a few basic phrases.
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Drops: Learn Tagalog language is ranking in Education & Reference
Last update was at Nov 03, 2018and the current version is 29.14.
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