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I love being able to explore so many languages. And in the school where I teach the main languages are spanish, vietnamese, somali, oromo, amheric, tagalog, punjabi, samoan and more. This is the only app I could find which gives access to learn basic phrases in all of them (add quiche and kosrae please). You won’t learn a language on this app, there’s no development or explanation, it is a phrasebook only. But to that end it’s great. I used it traveling in Albania and Bosnia and it really helped. The native voices differentiating for male and female is nice, The games are good practice without being boring, though the memory game is unnecessarily hard. There’s speaking practice too. My frustration is that I only really want to learn a few phrases in a topic. I do want to ask how they are and say happy birthday, etc, but I don’t have interest in asking them where the atm is or whether I should boil the water. But to do the practice games I have to learn all. With a subscription you can make your own phrasebook, but you can’t test yourself on it. And if you don’t buy the subscription you won’t know which phrases are in a topic so you can only guess if they’re useful. But overall I’ve really loved it for what it is and it will continue to be a go-to app for me.
Quiero aprender el español argentino, y esta es posiblemente la única app qué lo enseña. That is very valuable. I can’t wait to learn it! However, there are a couple of incredibly peeving issues with the app. Foremost: It is barely compatible with headphones (every time I open it with music playing and wired headphones in, the music suddenly pauses and then continues) and simply does not work with Bluetooth headphones. My AirPods can be on, and playing music, but uTalk refuses to allow its audio to play through them. It insists on suddenly disconnecting the AirPods and playing everything through the phone speakers. Also, it doesn’t seem to remember my language preferences. I have my phone set to Spanish to practice, but I don’t speak Spanish yet—I want the app’s translations to be in English. Every time I open the app, it has changed back to Spanish. I will refrain from paying any money for this app until these issues are resolved.
I love uTalk. I have been using it for a while now, and you can learn a lot from it. If I could make a couple of suggestions: 1. With the wide range of topics you provide for each language, I think it would be great if you had a review feature to keep our memories fresh. 2. A dark-mode feature perhaps? I would like to practice with your app at night, but the app is a bit (too) colorful for my taste, so I use another language app that does provide it at the moment. 3. More sentences! Vocabulary is great, but sentences will strengthen the app’s use even more, especially when there is vocabulary that is just way too easy, and it makes it less challenging. Now I also noticed there is a bit of a problem with the audio. The voices annoyingly stutter on occasion. Hopefully that can get fixed. Anyway, this is a great app, and I hope to add that extra star to its rating once one or more of the following features are implemented. Thank you. Update: I added the extra star for its great customer service. But I hope the following updates will make it better.
I’m moving to Canada soon so I thought it would be a good idea to learn French. I’ve been wanting to for years and tried many programs. I purchased UTalk awhile ago but hadn’t started with it and instead went with the much touted Babbel. Babble was boring me and wasn’t fun so I opened up UTalk. OMG! What a difference! I’ve learned more, it’s fun, I get to challenge myself, I love playing the games! Thank goodness for the snail feature! I like the speaking feature because I can hear the hesitancy and know I need to become more confident. The games are great and prove if you make learning fun and challenging you learn more, faster! And thanks for showing me there is French and Canadian French!
I bought a subscription. The app still requires that I buy uCoins to access the data the subscription was for. They also tell you that you get upgraded customer support if you buy a subscription. I got a link to their general support site on the web with an email form to fill out. Yeah, that’s not upgraded customer service by any stretch of the imagination. I logged out of the app. I logged back in. I erased my customer information. I logged back in. Nothing. Every time I try to access the content I get directed to buy uCoins. I don’t know if it’s a scam or what, but don’t buy a subscription.
Developed by EuroTalk.
uTalk - Learn Any Language is ranking in Education & Travel
Last update was at Apr 22, 2020and the current version is 3.6.1.
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uTalk - Learn Any Language have a 87a user reviews.
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