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App of The Day 2019 Learn 20 new words every day. Pimp up your vocabulary. Proven way to quickly learn new foreign words. Remember helps you learning those pesky words you keep forgetting. With our app you can: • Learn only words you need • Study language from any level • Translate to 40+ languages • Memorize words playing efficient games • Pick from plenty thematic card sets • Listen to professional pronunciations for all words in any language • Set smart notifications • Use intelligent auto-suggestions • Memorize up to 3650 words a year studying just 5 minutes a day Learn English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Turkish, Russian, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Portuguese, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Slovak, Swedish, Ukrainian and others at any level. If you enjoy the app, leave your review or let us know how we can improve. firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on: https://www.facebook.com/Rmmbrapp https://www.instagram.com/remember.app https://vk.com/rememberapp Illustrations: Vova Zomb ---------- If you choose to purchase Remember Pro, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within the 24 hours before the current period ends. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. The current Remember Pro subscription price starts at $9.99 USD/month. Prices are in USD dollars, may vary in countries other than the USA, and are subject to change without notice. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. If you don’t choose to purchase Remember Pro, you can simply continue using Remember for free. Privacy: https://rmmbr.io/privacy Terms: https://rmmbr.io/terms
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I never knew why it had to be difficult to learn a new language. In my experience it’s been difficult to understand the reasoning behind formalities and technical devices in language but this app has certainly helped explain things to me that for years didn’t make sense. To that, I say thank you!!!
Honestly I hate the app. How do people use this, it doesn’t even teach you like how am I going to learn if it doesn’t even teach me it just throws me right into a game and expect me to know how to do it I am a beginner but come on I want to flashcards like oh this should teach me and I started I was like do you know this word so I guess for now and I’m like how am I supposed to know this if you haven’t even taught me or you just going to watch and then it’s the next day that you got one right 19 wrong that is another thing is why would you put swearwords in it what if kids are trying to play the game I mean I’m 15 so I get it but like come on event and asked me what does this word mean this for this for this one or this one and I’m like how my supposed to know again you’re not teaching me flashcards don’t help you’re not tired you’re not teaching me anything do not get this app I recommend you not to get it look for a different app sorry to the person who made this I just didn’t get how the app works and i’m just being honest.
I appreciate that the app immediately adds new vocabulary Flashcards. This the sole reason I downloaded and purchased the app. As a language learner the redundancy of friction to: find a definition on google, migrate it to chegg, find the part of speech (as well as proper gender and spelling) and add this to the chegg flashcard... it made actually studying the card less of a priority. This app does all of that work seamlessly. I can’t completely walk away from other flashcard apps, however. One immensely useful functionality I’ve found in other apps and have not found here is management of study cards for grammar and conjugation. Chegg has the ability to add photos of tables which seems to be a great solution if you never need to apply the grammar and conjugation to a sentence.
I’ve been using this app for a while to learn Turkish. The interface is clunky (words can’t be organized alphabetically, you can’t check if you’ve already entered a word, the translations are often somewhat off, etc.), but for a free app I didn’t mind the drawbacks or the poor aesthetics. Now that they are charging not only for new features, but have taken away some of the old ones (including the Word Builder game, which was helpful), it’s definitely not worth it. Check out CleverDeck instead - the flashcards you build yourself are free (and if you want to pay, the decks are created by language teachers so you don’t end up with the clunky machine translations) and the app is attractive and user-friendly. You can also import decks from Quizlet if you don’t want to build them all yourself. Remember is not up to par with the other free language-learning apps available and definitely not worth paying for.
I use an iPad Pro 13 inch with a keyboard. I never use it in portrait mode. Which is why I do not use apps which only display in portrait mode. This app is useless to me, because it only displays in portrait mode. Like many of us, I downloaded the app and triggered the trial period without realizing it. I am out ten bucks for the first month. $10/month is too much for what this app does. Especially since it only displays in portrait mode. By the way, part of the blame for my ire goes to Apple. IOS should rotate all portrait only apps in landscape mode. After all, even squeezed into the vertical space of the screen on my iPad Pro, the app would still display larger than on the display of an iPhone. Also, although I have never designed an iOS app, I suspect that xCode provides insufficient warnings, if any, to developers that they should provide for the display of their app in landscape mode.
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Last update was at May 15, 2021and the current version is 4.3.1.
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