Best Apps for English Learners


You can learn English “on the go” in lots of ways. Thanks to the world of apps that offer endless ways to help you learn English. With these apps for learning English, it’ll almost be like playing a game – no more boring vocabulary and grammar exercises!

Here are some great apps that can help you learn English:


Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone is probably the most famous method for learning languages. It’s also very a unique method compared to many others.

Usually, an English app teaches you English with explanations in your native language. For example, if you’re French, you’ll see French explanations of English grammar, or French translations of English words. But Rosetta Stone doesn’t do that – it teaches you English with English. Rosetta Stone has exercises designed to help you learn basic words, before forming phrases and longer sentences. Rosetta Stone manages to teach you many new English words and phrases without using your native language. It’s a very immersive method.



MindSnacks is known for its fun and simple to use interface. For the English language, you can now expand your vocabulary with the SAT Vocabulary apps. Traditionally, if you were trying to get a high SAT score, it’s important to look at the SAT vocabulary list. But it can be boring at times because it’s like studying an English dictionary.

Instead of studying endless word lists, you now have fun games to learn new English words with. Learning new vocabulary is easier when you’re motivated – and MindSnacks helps make it fun.

There are nine mini-games inside of the MindSnacks app. Each game is designed to help you master English words a certain way.

Open Language

Open Language has a lot of different sections to learning English. If you’ve learnt another language before, you might know the CEFR – it stands for the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, which is a way to measure how good you are in a language. It goes from A1 (Beginner) – C2 (Native).

On every level, you’ll find different courses for different uses. For example, there’s Business English, English used in giving presentations, English in daily life and Interview Skills in English. As you can see, Open Language is really well organised.

Each lesson is really comprehensive too.

For each lesson you take, Open Language has many learning exercises to help you strengthen different areas of that lesson vocabulary.

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