LingoDeer - Learn Languages

LingoDeer - Learn Languages

By LingoDeer Co, Ltd.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2017-09-26
  • Current Version: 2.4.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 161.12 MB
  • Developer: LingoDeer Co, Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 10,439 Ratings


Learn Japanese, Korean and Mandarin Chinese in these languages: - English - Spanish - German - French - Japanese - Korean Korean Hangul, Japanese Hiragana or Kanji, or Chinese Mandarin Pinyin made easy! LingoDeer is made for learners from outside of Asia and new to its mysterious and beautiful languages. Learning your favorite Asian language(s) within one app is now a dream come true. Designed by a team of professional language teachers, the interactive lessons and review exercises will train your reading, listening, speaking and writing skills in just 10 minutes a day. Features: ◉ Thorough introductions to Japanese / Korean / Chinese Mandarin alphabet systems that build a solid foundation for successful independent learning ◉ Off the grid? In the sky? No problem! Take learning anywhere with the offline mode for free! ◉ 2,000 most frequently used words and phrases in each course (JLPT N5, TOPIK 1 and HSK 1-3 covered) ◉ Pleasant and authentic recordings from native speakers that are crystal clear ◉ Detailed grammar notes that explain how the language works ◉ Varied and innovative exercise modes that target different skills ◉ Japanese learning is available in Kana, Kanji and Romaji; Korean learning is available in Hangul and romanized letters; Chinese learning is available in Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Pinyin ◉ Built-in flashcard review system that helps one memorize new words and selectively reinforces skill points PLEASE NOTE: You will need a LingoDeer membership in order to access all courses and features. LingoDeer offers: - Monthly subscription for $9.99 - Quarterly Subscription for $19.99 - Annual subscription for $41.99 About subscriptions: - The above prices are for U.S. customers. Pricing in other countries may vary, and changes may be converted to your local currency depending on your country of residence. - Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase - Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable - Support Url: - Terms of Use: - Privacy Policy:



  • I’ve tried +20 learning apps and this is #1!

    By 김 미나❤️
    I’m someone who loves the idea of learning Korean but when it actually came down to studying Korean as a young adult it was very hard. I always make excuses for having a busy life for the reason why I couldn’t learn Korean but this app take that all away. It makes me really happy to learn while I’m on this app. I enjoyed the free run so much that I purchased a three month subscription but I’m pretty sure after the three months is over I’m going to get a year subscription because there’s so much this app can teach me. I started off on this app and it honestly feels like a game even though I’m learning Korean and the more I learn the more excited I am to continue with this app. Even if it’s only 30 minutes a day (you can do more or less if you want) it’s still amazing!
  • Impressed

    By fadarome
    This app is great. Whatever glitz it has, I’m sure it’ll be fix soon enough so I won’t focus on that. I have learned so much in the few days I’ve been using this app. I’m now able to read and recognize Korean characters which I thought would be impossible for me at one point so I’m really impressed with this app. Great job 🤙🏿
  • There’s potential but the paywall is way too early

    By DefineNormal
    I understand the need for paywalls, particularly in sophisticated apps where there’s a lot of hard work put in by the developers. But there’s also a need to balance that with giving the customer enough to tell whether the product is worth their hard earned dollars. The two free lessons are the alphabet and nationality-most people who’ve tried to pick up the language for an hour or two on any other system have covered this and there’s so little vocab at this point that the answers are obvious. And the alphabet is a poor indicator of what the rest of the system will look like regardless. So the system looks like it might be good but who’s to say since I can’t test it against material I’m not already familiar with? Even expanding this to an additional lesson or two (the determiner/possessive) would greatly increase the ability to get a sense for the flow of lessons in this app—the very next lesson seems to have a different section “learning tips” that I didn’t try in the previous one. Will every lesson be in a completely different format from the previous one? At this point I can’t tell. Given there seem to be some sixty or seventy lessons in the first level of the language, I highly doubt giving free users the next lesson or two will cut into profits and it certainly would help people like me who are on the fence determine if it’s the right system for them.
  • Best Language App I've ever tried.

    By anna rey
    I've been learning Korean for a few months now and I'm always on the look out for resources. I would like to say that Lingodeer is by far the best app I've ever tried. I bought a 3-month subscription and considering to upgrade it to Lifetime if everything goes well (cause I need to polish my rusty Chinese too). I'm just bummed that I missed the $20 sale on Lifetime. :( Please please bring it back. Hehe :) 감사합니다, Lingodeer team for a really well-designed app! Cheers!
  • Best app to learn a language

    By raeepaark
    I have successfully mastered korean. And can have conversations. I’m going to try Japanese and fix up my Chinese. Keep up the good work!
  • Perfect for starters

    By Johr Dinh
    It doesn’t have the most vocabulary out there, but that’s easy to find and supplement from elsewhere. What Lingodeer is good at is delivering grammar, sentence structure, memorization in an easily digestible and fun format with pronunciation by native speakers. Learning a new language is extremely rewarding, and this is a great starting point imo. I got a lifetime membership for Korean and Japanese and haven’t regretted it...i’ve spent much more for much less meaningful activities lol
  • Great but...

    By Carnisha S.
    I love the app like it helps a lot but what I don’t understand is why when I used to have the app on my Android it was free the do all the first few lesson but on my iPhone I can only have one free lesson and the rest I have to pay for . I don’t understand ...

    By jaiajshishwbs
    This app is literally everything I’ve been looking for in my whole life. I don’t know what I would be without this app! This app has help me advance so much in learning Chinese! I made to intermediate in less than 2 months! This app is perfect for those who are interested in learning Chinese, Japanese, korean, and maybe even Spanish! This app made my life so much better and easier and I feel very comfortable every time I use it. And the best part is that it doesn’t make it seem so boring, instead, it’s makes it more interesting, fun, and definitely more enjoyable ☺️! I recommend this app to everyone interested in learning a new langauage. This app is truly a lifesaver😁👍
  • Best language app

    By SamuraiDiana
    I love this app so much. It’s very minimalistic and straight to the point. I love that when you tap on a word it tells you a definition and goes more in depth to what that word means. I’ve tried out the Korean, Spanish, and German feature and all seem really good. I highly recommend to download this to learn.
  • Not free, but it would be good.

    By LLazzy
    This is definitely not free, quite overpriced actually. It only gives you about 5 minutes then you can’t learn anything without paying.