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I love the fluent forever method and this app is extremely user friendly. Unfortunately, because I started with the book and the anki card method, I actually find that the app became a little too watered down during the effort to make it fast and user friendly. The thing I miss from Anki is being able to really customize the cards. To help me remember what words were masculine or feminine, I would write masculine words in blue and feminine in pink. That’s not possible in the app so I’m finding I’m having a lot more trouble with remembering genders of new words. Also, when making cards on my computer, I could use any photo I wanted. The way they allow you to choose photos on the app is certainly very fast but if I’m not loving the bing options, I wish there was a way to choose a photo from somewhere else like google search or even import a photo from my camera library. Maybe some people aren’t as picky as me with this but when using anki, I enjoyed the process of finding the exact right photo to help me remember even if it took a little longer. Lastly, I wish there was a way to access all of my flash cards in the app so that I could look up a word or review as many cards as I want per day. In anki I was able to do a custom study session which I can’t do in the FF app. Like I said, I think FF is amazing and is by far the best language learning method out there, I would just like a little more customization abilities in the app :)
As someone who is interested in learning other languages for business purposes and pleasure, I have tried several applications. Most of them fell short of my expectations. They work at the very beginning until you reach a plateau. You build a limited vocabulary, but in the end, you can’t speak fluently. Fluent Forever is different because it has been developed based on the science that explains how we learn a language. It lets you make continuous progress in a way that is both rewarding and pushes you forward. The application allows you to use your acquired vocabulary in conversation in a natural way. It consists of a solid method to overcome the difficulties and frustrations of learning a new language. Nothing beats the pleasure of expressing yourself in a new language and being understood, traveling to foreign countries and feeling at home, and making new friends by breaking through language barriers! This app is what I was looking for...
This app is really great for training your brain to think and listen in your target language. And that’s something I definitely think is lacking in other apps like Duolingo. However, the interface is a bit messy, in my opinion. It’s not as clear cut as I think it could be. As well there’s only 6/7 languages available to learn. Duolingo has lots of different languages to learn. The reason this is bothersome for me personally is that none of my target languages are available on this app. I’m currently studying Gaeilge at my university and Dutch in my spare time. Neither are available so I looked at the German course which is the closest to Dutch. It’s well constructed however, there’s an assumption that everyone know IPA which I don’t think is correct. I’ve never used it and none of my professors use it in their teaching style either. I get that it’s supposed to make it easier but it’s basically learning an international alphabet to learn the target language alphabet. It’s a bit disorienting to say the least. Overall this app has outstanding potential and I hope they get some more languages added soon!
I don’t like writing reviews for apps but I felt like I needed to for this one. I was introduced to fluent forever with the book and found out over a year ago they started a kickstarter. I have a huge passion for languages and the fluent forever method has been the best method I have ever come across. I have done countless of hours of research on methods and apps. As well as learning two languages on my own. Fluent forevers method is incredible. So when I saw that they were making an app I backed it on Kickstarter. If you have any desire to learn a language whatever that might be this is worth the money. This method won’t fail you! This app streamlined the process that polyglots and hyperpolyglots use to learn and remember dozens of languages. The price point for access to the app is on point and as long as you put in the time you won’t be disappointed!
Had an issue. Created ticket. Support got back with me within a few days. My issue details were explanatory plus gave person my login information so she could visually see what I was seeing. Issue had to do with subscribing to an additional language. A second language so two license purchases. Rep not only didn’t respond to correct question she gave me link on how to make a payment via PayPal so I could just send money with nothing received in return. I have responded to the satisfaction survey. Let’s see how they respond. I specifically asked to NOT hear from this rep again. I had spent around 1 hour on emails and attachments to be clear and clearly rep just scanned info and did a quick standard response. Yep.... everything is OK when I can see under my account settings that it is not. She should have seen that if she took the 30 seconds to check the info. Decent product. Bad support.
Developed by Fluent Forever, Inc..
Fluent Forever is ranking in Education & Travel
Last update was at Nov 19, 2019and the current version is 1.0.16.
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Fluent Forever have a 261a user reviews.
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