1. Over 25 years of language learning experience has taught Rosetta Stone one thing: everyone has the ability to learn to read, write, and speak a language with confidence.
2. Many online language learning apps will promise that you can learn a language in just a few minutes a dayHowever, there is a significant difference between memorizing vocabulary lists and speaking a language with confidence.
Linguists craft our lessons. Coaches bring them to life.
NEW | Live Lessons: New coaches, topics and times every week. Offered in all languages; Free to all users.
NEW | Coaching On-Demand: Take conversation practice on-location to Mexico with interactive videos you can watch anytime, anywhere. Offered in our most popular languages; Free to all users.
Learning a language can be an experience that transforms your life. Over 25 years of language learning experience has taught Rosetta Stone one thing: everyone has the ability to learn to read, write, and speak a language with confidence. Try the Rosetta Stone app yourself for free.
Many online language learning apps will promise that you can learn a language in just a few minutes a dayHowever, there is a significant difference between memorizing vocabulary lists and speaking a language with confidence. Learning a language is about more than just the words. One of the mistakes new language learners make is treating language as an object or an end goal instead of as an experience.
Ditch the books, translator, and dictionary, and surround yourself with a language whenever, wherever with the Rosetta Stone mobile app.
• 2019 PCMag Editors’ Choice
• 2019 Tabby Awards Winner
• 2019 Best Mobile App Awards: Best Designed App and Best Overall App
Rosetta Stone has taught millions of people new languages, and you’re next. From day one, you’ll:
• Stay focused with a personalized language learning plan based on your motivation.
• Learn a language intuitively using our proven immersion method.
• Perfect your pronunciation with instantaneous feedback.
• Download lessons to do everything offline.
• Access different kinds of exercises with our Extended Learning features.
• Sync progress across all your devices.
• And never see an ad, ever.
For the first time, we’re offering every one of our languages under one subscription. Flip between languages as often as you’d like and enjoy the freedom to get seriously curious. To access, simply select Unlimited Languages when you subscribe.
Choose from 24 languages:
Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Dutch, English (American or British), Filipino (Tagalog), French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian (Farsi), Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Latin American or Spain), Swedish, Turkish, or Vietnamese.
Select a subscription:
We offer 3 and 12-month subscriptions—as well as a Lifetime option.
• Get full access to all lessons, stories, and audio companion when you subscribe to Rosetta Stone.
• Payment will be charged to your Apple ID.
• Your account will be auto-renewed 24 hours prior to the end of the current period.
• Manage or cancel your subscription from your App Store User Settings at any time after purchasing. Payment will be taken until the end of the current period.
• Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.
Enterprise and Education Learners
• Unlimited use of Rosetta Stone's mobile app is available for existing Enterprise and Education Learners.
• Features may vary for Enterprise and Education Learners.
For questions or assistance, please visit http://support.rosettastone.com
Learn a language today with Rosetta Stone.
Learn Spanish (Latin American or Spain)
Learn English (American or British)
Learn Chinese (Mandarin)
Learn Portuguese (Brazil)
Learn Filipino (Tagalog)
Learn Persian (Farsi)
For questions or assistance, please visit http://support.rosettastone.com
Immersion is the only way to really learn a language
If you rely on translating, I don’t think you can ever become fluent. Each language has words and phrases that simply cannot be translated. When you have a conversation in a foreign language and you have to translate the foreign words you hear into your native language and then translate your response from native back into foreign language, you will not only get tired and stressed out but your conversation will not be fluent and natural. What works for me are images. When learning the foreign word for flowers for example, I don’t translate into my native language but imagine a picture of flowers in my head. Then coming up with Blumen, fleures, flores, etc. in a foreign language conversation is much faster and requires much less brain power than translating. Those are just my 2 cents. This approach works best for me. I’m a foreign language major with 4 foreign languages. English is my 3rd language. Everyone is different and has their preferred way of learning but I encourage everyone to try the immersion approach for one or two weeks and see how it goes. App works great. I only encountered one small glitch but that may have been a glitch on my device.
Love the immersion!
I found my way to this app after I had done some Duolingo.I am learning french and if anyone is learning french they also know how particular it can be. When I got to a certain point on Duolingo they made it difficult for me because all they want you to do is translate things into your own language. While I understand their point, it didn’t work for me and maybe Duolingo is good for a language that you just want to brush up on. Once I got Rosetta Stone though I made more progress and I continue to...I am also close to a native french speaker so that’s kind of an unfair advantage but with Rosetta Stone’s immersion technique you don’t see any of your first language in the lessons (other than things like pause and the names of the units and lessons of course) and that helps me stay focused and learn in the best way possible. I do plan on reading books in French after and finish a workbook (as I would recommend anyone do) because (at the moment) with my version of Rosetta Stone I don’t ever get to type out sentences as a mean of practicing grammar. Hopefully I will be able to come back and write a review in French :)
Language Immersion Through Critical Thinking = Success!!!
I’m learning Japanese. Not a word of English has been spoken, and yet, I am already three weeks in and feel confident about my progress!! At times it can be difficult to understand what the images are eluding to, but eventually, understanding develops. I highly recommend this product if you don’t care about the price. One nit-pick: the ‘story’ lessons are a significant jump in difficulty, simply because (at least when following the learning plan as it were on mobile) there is not much emphasis placed on the reading/writing of the language. So I can easily speak sentences based on images, but reading an entire Japanese story, even if it is simple, feels much, much more difficult than everything before and after those story lessons. I found a way to skip them so after I understand what the story means, I usually just move on because there is no way I am going to memorize the whole story, and it is far too early in my development to expect that I can read Japanese. Thanks Rosetta Stone team!