Download L-Lingo Learn Japanese apk 5.6.80 free for Android smartphone

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L-Lingo Learn Japanese

Posted by L-Lingo | VocLab in Education | April 18, 2016 | 22 Comments

Apk file size: 7.5 MB

Learn Japanese fast and effectively with L-Lingo Japanese. Contains thousands of images with native speaker audio. You have the option to learn in Japanese script, or in the Latin characters familiar from Western European countries.

L-Lingo is designed to be easy to use. It exploits multimedia channels - words, recordings of native speech, and pictures - to enable you to grasp Japanese words and phrases useful on the road, when mingling with Japanese speakers, in day-to-day or family life, and when working.

- Thousands of words and sentences -all visualized with images
- Full native speaker pronunciation
- Clear and easy to understand design of the program
- Switch between Japanese Script or the more easy to read Phonetic Script

See a pineapple in a supermarket, and the correct Japanese word pops into your head! Thanks to L-Lingo, you have learned the word visually, as well as by listening and reading. Our Japanese lessons make you learn Japanese words and phrases quickly. Before you know it, you can easily utter Japanese words and Japanese sentences!

L-Lingo immerses you in the sights and sounds of the Japanese language, rather than just the written word. The multi-channel Japanese learning approach achieves results much quicker than traditional textbook approaches.

Our Japanese 65 lessons (available in full version) cover the following:
- Introductions & Greetings
- At Home
- At the Airport
- At the Hotel
- Colors
- Food
- At the Office
- Professions
- Numbers
- Clothes
- Telling the Time in Japanese
- Animals
- Meals and Cooking
- Asking Questions in Japanese
- Buying and Selling
- Landscapes and Nature
- Weather
- Sports
- Family and Relationships
- Countries and Continents
- Seasons
- Shopping
- Days, Weeks, Months etc.
- Quantities and Shapes
- Present, Past and Future tenses

Any problems or have feedback on how to improve the App, email us before negative comment. We will reply quickly.

Whats new

    This update brings you much improved images (some of the images will be downloaded on the first launch after the update has been installed).

L-Lingo | VocLab part of our Education and have average installs from 100000 to 500000. Last Update April 18, 2016. Google play rating is 82.0558. Current verison is 5.6.80. Actual size 7.5 MB.

Download l-lingo-learn-japanese.apk 7.5 MB


Anthony Blank

Definitely has good vibes Good app. Taught me a few sentences. Only down side was teaching me to use the japanese keyboard never happened. I dont know how to make smaller つ. Also to unlock other sections is about 14 dollars. Not sure if it is worth that much for a phone app where i'm uncertain of its credibility.

Nate Barrett

Overpriced. Not a bad app at all, but you'll learn a lot more (and pay a lot less) with the $10 Human Japanese app. $15 is too much for the content here.

Keziah Watson

Very Good. Great for learning at your own pace. A little annoying that you only get 6 lessons for free, but from what I've seen, it'll be worth paying for the upgrade.

Bernardino Anzar

Just great

Janice Fergus

Really convenient! This app makes it easy to learn, it hasn't crashed on me yet. Your own pace so you're not really rushed. I've learned much faster, than with other Japanese learning apps.

Rohit Kumar

Lovely app Easy to learn

Justin Jenkins

Nice Introduction to Japanese Wish it worked, lol. This thing freezes, non-stop.

Krikmen M

Awesome! works wonders

A Google User

This beats Rosetta Stone!! I've learned more Japanese in this free app than I did in a whole semester of Japanese. Using a similar teaching method as the well known Rosetta Stone. Instead of learning all the minor details, your thrown right in to learning, speaking and associating text with images. This is a step up from what you normally find as far language learning apps out there. In a world that is evermore increasingly moblie and fast paced being able to learn on the go will become ever more popular!

A Google User

Not helpful, mistakes I love the L-Lingo apps; I've used several. However, this one really disappointed me. The spoken Japanese is different than the romanization provided. For example, the spoken Japanese says, "onna no hito" while the romanji says, "onna no nin". Additionally, "onna no hito"? Who says that, ever? I didn't get past the first lesson because I became so frustrated.

A Google User

Okay Trial version is okay. Has romaji and kanji, but why not hiragana and katakana? Misspelling of "otokonohito". App shows as "otokono nin".

A Google User

Okay but.... I love the method they use, but as the one below me said there are mistakes since the first lesson, so you waste time to check the words given by the program...

A Google User

Have words written in hiragana Its meant for ppl learning so why write in kanji? If in hiragana would aid reading and able understand words better..

A Google User

Good Way To Learn Japanese Multimedia method; teaches reading, listening, and entire sentences in Japanese. Will be hard to understand Japanese script, but gives you audio and choice to select romaji, and kanji is what Japanese use. Paid version can be worth it and it's among the best in the Android market, but they should add more lessons and vocabulary.

A Google User

Great idea, needs improvement good idea really get how they change the way you learn, but shouldn't have any typos and needs hiragana

A Google User

Love, love, love Will be buying the paid version

A Google User

Like rosetta stone in your much much cheaper...

A Google User

This is similar to Rosetta Stone. It's a nice way for beginners to jump start on Japanese. I'd like to buy the full version when I get the chance.

A Google User

Amazing I think if you want to learn get this

Don Wan

Nihow Kanichiwa nihow, nihow. 5star. My parents would be proud I finally took the time to learn Japanese. Thankyou. What was it Mr Miagi always said? To catch a fly you must start with a rat. Nihow

A Google User

Its a great app I with you could go to level 6 though

Travis Dawson

best language program I've seen I've never bothered to review an app before, but this one is so good I just have to. I've tried a lot of ways to teach myself Japanese over the years but everything I've found relies on either rote memorization of kanji, or conversational speaking with no reading whatsoever. this is the only thing I've found that successfully bridges the gap between speaking and reading. it doesn't force you to memorize kanji (or even hiragana) but you will pick up the reading as you go, as is should be.

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