EF Mobile English Basic Edition. The world’s largest online English school, EF Englishtown, has gone mobile. EF Mobile English provides you with a wide range of interactive learning tools, including: 5,000 flashcards, audio tools, listening tests, pronunciation practice tools and much more – all at your fingertips.
EF Mobile English Basic Edition is available on iTunes
Busuu Mobile App. It has an extensive vocabulary: over 3,000 words and key phrases. It covers from beginner to advanced intermediate levels (A1 - B2). It also covers 150 different topics using day-to-day situations. It has comprehensive audio-visual learning material with photos and recordings by native speakers. Sections include vocabulary, dialogues and interactive tests. It works on iPhone (incl. iOS 4, optimized for Retina display), iPad, iPod touch and Android; no internet connection required.
The free version includes 20 complete learning units. Learning progress can be synchronized with your profile on busuu.com, the famous online community for learning languages with over 3 million users.
Busuu Mobile App is available on iTunes and Android Market
Mango Mobile App. Mango Mobile Library Edition is a powerful language learning platform that delivers fast, easy and effective language learning wherever your travels take you. The free app accesses the Mango Languages courses available through your library, and works just like Mango online. Simply touch the screen to reveal answers and to hear pronunciations by native speakers.
You’ll learn vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture in each lesson. For the app to work, you must have an account with Mango set up through your library’s website, and an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. Once the app and lessons have been downloaded, you can learn at your own pace, with or without an internet connection.
Mango Mobile App is available on iTunes
There are many more free mobile apps that help learners of English to succeed, but these three should get you started on the path to learning. It takes time, patience, and practice, but anyone can learn to speak, read, and write English well. Good luck and happy learning!
This is a guest post by Kate Croston. Kate is a freelance writer, holds a bachelors degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. She writes guest posts for different sites and loves contributing internet service related topics. Questions or comments can be sent to: katecroston.croston09 @ gmail.com.
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