Posts Tagged ‘language’

Textkraft; An Impossibly Efficient and Useful Way to Use Words

Tweet Price: $3.99 Rating: Textkraft Pocket iPhone App Review by Apps like Textkraft Pocket, from Infovole, are a rare breed. These apps are so damn comprehensive that they beg to be used by a desktop counterpart, and the fact that they’re designed and driven toward iOS is simply mind boggling. Textkraft Pocket is truly […]


Tykwa Eng: Tic-Tac-Toe Meets Language Learning

TweetPrice: $2.99 Tykwa Eng: Video iPhone App Review When it comes to iPhone applications that really turn our crank, none of them do it quite like language learning apps. There’s just something about a pocket-sized piece of code that’s able to teach you a new language that gets us rolling. This is why we’re so […]


Ultralingua: The Only Dictionary You’ll Need

Tweet Price: Free Ultralingua: Video iPhone App Review Ultralingua requires iOS 5.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review. The iPhone app reviews rating:  iPhone app reviews and iPad app reviews are brought to you by […]


Challenge Your Language Skills With Jourist Vocabulary Builder

TweetPrice: $9.99     Score: 10/10     By A. Papachristos A straight ahead, no-frills app calls for a straight ahead, no-frills review. Jourist Vocabulary Builder (Western Europe) is a language learning flashcard app designed by Jourist Verlags GmbH, offering flashcards with 10,000 words on varying levels of difficulty in six different languages: German French […]


Jam Some Spanish Language on Your iPhone

TweetPrice: $9.99     Score: 10/10     By M. Schusterman If you’ve ever had a song stuck in your head, the chorus on an endless loop in your mind, then you understand the power music has when it comes to memorization. Why not harness a bit of that power to help you learn something […]


Tackle Verb Conjugations with Spanish Touch Trainer

TweetPrice: $1.99     Score: 10/10     By M. Schusterman Verb conjugations – the scourge of language learning, particularly when we’re talking about the latin languages. While there are an overwhelming number of language apps out there, most go for the broad, general “Hello, how are you” sorts of phrases you might need when […]

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