Beelinguapp Learn Languages Android App Review

| June 26, 2018

Beelinguapp for Android is a new language learning app that teaches you foreign languages. Learning a foreign language requires a lot of practice. The app focuses on reading and reading comprehension. It supports 12 languages, not including English. They are Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish.

Language Learning Made Easy

To launch Beelinguapp for Android, you need to sign in using a Google or Facebook account. You need to select your languages, the one you want to study and the one you will use for translations and reference. The app is quite quick and straightforward as the whole process takes about 30 seconds to a minute. You can get help from the few demo screens with instructions for using the app which is all self-explanatory. Language learning has been made really easy. You get to read and listen to different stories in a language of your choice. You read the text and hear audio in the language you are learning, and read the same text in your language to use as a reference. Listen to audio books in any language even as your phone is inactive. You will learn new languages by following the reader of the audio book with an animation to know exactly what they are saying.

Beelinguapp Learn Languages Android App Review

The best part of the whole app is looking for articles to read. Beelinguapp has a wise interface apt for learners looking for materials. It shows you some suggested content with titles over title cards, and a short description when you tap on them. There is even a line at the bottom of the description telling you how many paragraphs are present in the article. The articles can be displayed in split screen with both the language and the translation.


Beelinguapp for Android is free to download with upgrades which need to be purchased. You get access to all the features and settings in the free version, but you don’t get every single text in Beelinguapp’s catalog. In the free version, you can only choose one language to study, with select bunch of vocabulary and materials, although they’re plentiful. The texts are mostly articles and children’s stories.


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