Memrise: Language Learning

Memrise: Language Learning

By Memrise

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2013-05-20
  • Current Version: 2.3.15
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 196.13 MB
  • Developer: Memrise
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 64,687 Ratings


Best of 2016! Blast off with new vocabulary & grammar skills! Unlock your language learning superpowers with Memrise. Join over 15 million people worldwide, explore new words and phrases and learn how to speak, read and write in French, Spanish, Japanese (full and no script), German, Chinese, Korean and a host of other exciting new languages. With next-generation mobile learning, a rich variety of games, fun chatbots and over 30,000 native speaker videos, Memrise provides a practical, innovative approach to foreign language learning. Start speaking like a native with out of this world language learning content! Download Memrise to Explore: Courses expertly created by a dedicated team of linguists and language specialists Beginner and intermediate content designed to push the boundaries of learning technology Native speaker videos for language learning in context – no actors, just real people! Chatbots to help you sound natural and hone your conversational flow A variety of games to help you learn and practice, including Speed Review, Listening Skills, Difficult Words and Classic Review OBJECT RECOGNITION – NEW FOR iOS 11 Explore the world around you and learn new vocab on the go Scan your surroundings, snap a pic and store an image of your snapped object Save images and the snapped object’s name in your chosen language Best of 2016! iPad App of the Year - Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark. Learn useful, real-life language skills on the go. With local accents, practical grammar skills and rich content, Memrise has all of your language learning needs covered. Download now to start a conversation with the world around you. MEMRISE PRO Enhance your language learning journey with Memrise Pro! In addition to all the content in the free app, Memrise Pro paid subscription provides access to an extra set of games, chatbots and an offline mode for the ultimate on the go language learning experience. Pro offers: One-month subscription for $8.99 Three-month subscription for $18.99 Twelve-month subscription for $59.99 Lifetime subscription for $179.99 Once purchased, subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off in your iTunes. Account settings at least 24 hours before the end of the payment period ----------------------- Your learning journey with Memrise continues in: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Privacy Policy: Terms of Use:



  • Amazing

    By mewspeak
    Love it!! Haven’t payed for it yet just using the trial but it’s awesome!!
  • Needs tweaking, but I am learning!

    By djsquelch & phase shifts
    This isn’t the first time or method I used to learn Japanese, however there are a few issues and glitches that need to be addressed. Overall, I am satisfied with the app and its method of instruction so I did invest because my goal is to become fluent and I believe this will help me reach my goal.
  • Best app ever

    By Ccwhwusus
    The best app ever!!
  • A nice free supplement to other free apps

    By jdeangelo82
    WHAT I LIKE: There is pleasant and interesting variety of learning methods in each lesson, and I like the list of review words/phrases at the end of each lesson. WHAT I DON’T LIKE: On the multiple choice listen and identify pages, almost every single time it has the same voice and word/phrase saying exactly the same thing for all 3 possible answers. Such an odd glitch, and it has been that way for so long. And although it’s impossible to be wrong since all 3 answers are right, lately it has been telling me sometimes that I’ve picked the wrong one. It’s sort of funny and sort of annoying. Example, I’m told to pick the right recording for thank you in Italian. Example one says “grazie”. Example 2 says “grazie”. Example 3 says “grazie” (all in EXACTLY the same intonation and pronunciation). Let’s say I pick 1 (because you HAVE to pick something before it moves forward in the lesson). It says I’m correct. Duh. However, the next time I pick one of the answers for a different word (and all answers are the same) it tells me I’m wrong. This happens if I pick 1, 2, or 3. It seems a weird little glitch that could easily be fixed, and it has been the way for so long. I just tolerate it. FYI: the same thing happens in the French lessons. WHAT I’D LIKE THEM TO ADD: Actual “conversations” like the “bots” option on n Duolingo (right now I think it’s available in French, Spanish and maybe German with more to come ... check it out; it’s really clever.)
  • Great deal of help

    By Wikisz
    Please make it possible to delete/ignore words already known like the android version has had for a long time. I spend 80% of my time redoing words I know and use everyday. It’s an incredible waste of time. I’d rather learn new words! Love that you can do the exercises offline. Edit: Super disappointed that in the latest version, you are now unable to start a new stage/level(?) without first finishing the previous level (according to other people's reviews). Please fix this! - Thank you for listening! Please don't change anything and don't get greedy like other learning apps, ie. Brainscape and HelloTalk. Suggestion: It would be great if users could mark 'learnt words' so that we wouldn't be forced to review words we know and confidently use very well!! (in iOS version)
  • Native English Speaker Learned to Read Hangul

    By The bots!
    I’m able to read anything I see in Korean or Hangul, and pronounce it somewhat okay. One thing though is it teaches very informal Korean that is used between friends rather then the formal for between elders, and strangers you don’t know.
  • I’m not Multilingual

    By Skynner McGee
    This app automatically assumes that you understand whatever language it is they start off with. I’m American. I speak only American English. I want lessons in German. But, if the words you’re giving me are both foreign, then how do I know what the words mean? I’m not going to go back and forth to the internet to figure out what word my language lesson app is giving me. Sorry, but have to uninstall. It’s useless to me.
  • Japanese

    By ElainaHawk
    While you can’t advance in lessons through the free version of the app, you can do the lessons on the computer then review on the app which I find extremely helpful! I can study the new stuff with the computer then later on I can use the app to review. It’s very convenient, but it would be nice to do the quick review quiz available on the computer in the app as well.
  • Memrise

    By Froggy listic!!!
    Best free language app, I'm using this for Japanese and I started from absolute no knowledge on sentence structure and now I have obtained a variety of sentences and possessive particles, overall amazing app.
  • Japanese learner

    By Lucygrls
    I think this app is great because it isn't just one select way of learning. Meaning there are all different courses to choose from if you perhaps don't enjoy the curriculum of one. I have all different courses I follow for Japanese and I can pick up as many courses I want, even outside of language learning!