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HelloTalk - Learn Languages

HelloTalk - Learn Languages

HelloTalk Learn Languages App

Language learning app, language exchange by chatting with native speakers!

4.6 Ratings 222K+ Reviews 10M+ Downloads

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    Studying 3,000 vocabulary and 10 different verb tenses won't help you become fluent if you can't properly listen and communicate. Spend your free time in the evening chatting with real, native speakers to get instant feedback and improve your skills quickly.
    img by Angel
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Memorizing 20 new words per day will not get you anywhere if you don't put your skills to good use. If you don't have anyone to practice with, you can always find a partner online - a native English speaker who will help you polish your business vocabulary to perfection.
    img by Antonio
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    One of the best ways to learn a new language is just by practicing, especially with a native speaker. You can choose from over 100 languages, including Oromo, to get matched with a chat buddy and start improving your skills immediately.
    img by Mahammad
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Learning a new language can be a challenge if you are not practicing it for 1 or 2 hours every day. A great way to practice is to talk to others in that language so you get exposure and conversational skills. Hello Talk can help you chat with others and practice the language instead of just reading and studying with no real practice with others.
    img by Drew
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Does learning a new language and culture intrigue you? You can learn about 5 different cultures and their languages without the hassle of traveling far away from home. With this tool at your disposal, you can access vocabularies and courses that'll help you greatly.
    img by John
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Becoming fluent in a foreign language takes 100s of hours of practice, so you might as well make the journey fun. Hellotalk pairs you with different partners to practice Yiddish and has free grammar corrections and lessons to help improve your fluency.
    img by Harriet
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    When you are traveling in a foreign country or you are speaking with someone who speaks a different language than you, it's a good idea to take 2-3 hours to learn some of the words. This app can help you when you're talking to strangers online or in person so you can communicate clearly.
    img by Daniel
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Amharic is spoken by over 22 million people but most of them reside in Africa. If you're nowhere near the continent, you may have trouble finding someone to practice with. This language exchange platform will make your search a lot easier.
    img by leonard
    1 year ago
  • img Expert
    1. The 1st global language and culture exchange community! Easily connect with native speakers of other languages all around the world
    2. Learn to speak another language with a real partner! English, Spanish, German, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, Bengali, Hindi, Greek, Maori, Latin & more
    3. Winner of Google Play's Best of 2017 for Social Apps in select markets

    Reviewed by Kaylin on October 29, 2018

  • the absolute BEST app for language learners May 25, 2020

    By madeline (@halycons_)
    when i tell you i NEVER write reviews i mean in my entire decade of using the App Store i have never felt strongly enough about any app to even consider writing a review but this app is honestly better than any app out there for language learning and i have used them ALL (the money costing ones too). it’s literally a form of social media for people who want to learn languages! like, i don’t know about anyone else but that is my dream come true. you can set it to show you people in your general age range too which is awesome because you’re socializing and talking about things that are relevant to you while also becoming more and more fluent in a language. i swear I’ve had the app under 24 hours now and i’ve learned more words than i think i’ve learned in total from other apps. even the actual lessons are interesting because they’re immersive and teaching words that you are interested to learn using scenarios you will actually find yourself in. and that is coming from someone who just listened to 20 minutes tops of lessons in a language i’d been putting off learning for years! and i DESPISE studying! it seriously feels like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders especially now that i have something to do that isn’t frying my brain while i’m locked up in my house for quarantine. thank you so much to whoever thought up such a marvelous concept!
  • the absolute BEST app for language learners May 25, 2020

    By madeline (@halycons_)
    when i tell you i NEVER write reviews i mean in my entire decade of using the App Store i have never felt strongly enough about any app to even consider writing a review but this app is honestly better than any app out there for language learning and i have used them ALL (the money costing ones too). it’s literally a form of social media for people who want to learn languages! like, i don’t know about anyone else but that is my dream come true. you can set it to show you people in your general age range too which is awesome because you’re socializing and talking about things that are relevant to you while also becoming more and more fluent in a language. i swear I’ve had the app under 24 hours now and i’ve learned more words than i think i’ve learned in total from other apps. even the actual lessons are interesting because they’re immersive and teaching words that you are interested to learn using scenarios you will actually find yourself in. and that is coming from someone who just listened to 20 minutes tops of lessons in a language i’d been putting off learning for years! and i DESPISE studying! it seriously feels like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders especially now that i have something to do that isn’t frying my brain while i’m locked up in my house for quarantine. thank you so much to whoever thought up such a marvelous concept!
  • The best app on the App Store in my opinion Jan 6, 2021

    By Pewdie111
    If you are learning a language, this app is a MUST have. Not only will you learn the language that you’re studying faster than on any other app, but you’ll have fun in the process. You’ll forget you’re even learning a language it’s so much fun. Because of this app, I now not only know how to speak German near fluently, but I also have made some of the best friends I could ever ask for. Ultimately, that matters to me more than learning any language. I also mentioned this app during my college essay. This app helped me grow as a person and broadened the horizons for me in terms of new friendships, a curiosity to explore the world, wisdom and linguistic knowledge. The essay was recently returned with an acceptance letter. I owe it to Hello Talk. I was recommended this app by one of my classmates who was using it, and I decided to give it a try a few weeks later, without too much excitement. The days that followed were some of the most productive, fun and eye-opening of my life, I swear, this app is awesome. Even now, one of my best friends in Germany and I laugh about how boring life would’ve been had we not downloaded this app at the right time and had never even gotten to say “hallo” to each other for the first time hahahahahaha
  • Jan 14, 2022

    By Rose
    met a lot of people, but dont assume people will stick around long. i love that there is a way to post messages and pictures for the whole community to help correct you. or you can ask to chat or do calls privately. sometimes the app is glitchy but it is the best one i have used. ads are obvious but not intrusive. sometimes the ads have sexual content so thats annoying, but no nude or porn. i love that you can translate words and get audio transcripts easily too.
  • A Good Intro and Good in Theory Nov 28, 2021

    By Leigha Babineau
    If you're looking to expose yourself to more native content or speakers in a language you're learning, this is a great place to start! But actually finding solid advice and explanations is much harder haha. I'm learning English > Japanese so my experiences may not be universal among the community, but the user-base as a whole could stand to be far more critical when giving feedback. People will let small mistakes slip through and give learners a pass despite the fact that what they are saying IS incorrect, probably to try and seem polite. And I've seen more than a few people giving straight up WRONG advice- mostly non-native English speakers explaining English to others, but theres been a few native speakers who explain things poorly or give incorrect feedback as well. I think the moments feature is really hindered by the inability to edit comments or corrections after you send them, and the way comments are ordered under posts can be really confusing. The fact that you can't reply to a comment, only tag them in your own under the same post, is mind boggling, especially because they're in reverse chronological order. There's also no way to "downvote" other peoples corrections in those instances where they're giving the wrong advice, which can lead to misunderstanding and misinformation. You basically just have to take all the advice you get from this app with a grain of salt.
  • Jan 10, 2022

    By Jalane Farrington
    Excellent app that connects you to other folks right away. I appreciate the fact that you can converse by talking and writing. Spent 2 to 3 hours after joining by chatting with other folks who simply said "Hello"! Really good to know how to write and chat without sounding like a robot. Can post your life or question, which allows other folks to start talking to you right away as well. Very good layout for tools too.
  • Overall good! Nov 30, 2017

    By DommiArt
    I have used this app for over two years now. I think this app is a great idea, and overall implemented very well. I use Hellotalk to practice Japanese, and find that overall people are courteous and honestly want to learn. I quite like the Moments function, and in my experience people use it to share pictures of where they live, or ask many people for language corrections, which is great. Now, there are many superfluous posts like “ Please teach me English!!!”, but I think it is a small price to pay. I do wish that Moments allowed for video posting, though. Many times there are short clips of concerts or scenery that I would love to share with people. As for sexual harassment, whenever it has happened, it is generally handled quickly in my experience. However, I do know of a few notorious people that keep rejoining the app despite being blocked many times. There is not much that can be done for those people, but hopefully they will learn someday. There are some people that are more interested in finding a foreign girlfriend/ boyfriend, but it is easy to find these people and kindly decline or misdirect them. I have had this issue on an off, but sometimes my app will show unread messages, but I cannot see them. Before I would have to delete and redownload to fix it, but as of today when it did it I was able to fix it by closing and reopening the app. It isn’t a huge inconvenience, but a bit annoying at times.
  • Jan 15, 2022

    By taetaetannieee
    I downloaded this app yesterday and everything seems fine. It is a little hard to communicate with people though, because some people message me in a language I don't know and I can only translate what they're saying 5 times for the whole day. If that could change I would really appreciate it.
  • Absolutely amazing Dec 25, 2021

    By 14911776
    I’ve used pretty much every language method, tool, and book out there, and while some have been very good, none compare with HelloTalk. I joined ten days ago and think I’ve spent more hours studying than in the previous two months. For example, I’ve already done six hours of zoom chats, when until now I’ve only done an hour a week because tutoring is so expensive. And the only reason I haven’t done more is because I joined right before Christmas and got busy for a few days. Part of the reason the app works is that people keep talking to you. It’s too easy to put an ebook or Anki or LingQ or whatever on your phone and promptly forget it exists. I was concerned when I joined that there might be a lot of creeps and weirdos using it as a dating site, but out of 217 people that have visited my profile (in ten days!) only two were obnoxious and their accounts got deleted soon after, so HelloTalk is doing a really good job keeping it clean. You’re basically guaranteed to find at least a handful of normal people you hit it off with and talk to regularly. If you haven’t guessed by now, I’m really impressed with the app and can’t recommend it highly enough.
  • Jan 13, 2022

    By G B
    It's a great way to learn and teach foreign languages. Highly recommended. On the downside, it's somewhat buggy, with data transmission issues. It's frequently updated, but the updates don't seem to get this otherwise fine app to a point where it's solid technically.
  • Best language app for learning Russian and Mandarin Chinese Jan 11, 2020

    By bodhizinka
    I can not say enough good things about this app, especially as it applies to Russian and Chinese (which is rare in terms of language apps). I really think it’s the best thing for language immersion next to actually living in a different culture. Hellotalk actually makes me motivated to practice everyday without noticing I’m doing some really hardcore studying. The social media platform, group audio chats, voice recording so I can hear myself and native speakers talk, watch live classes, high quality lessons, and the ease at which you can look up words and grammar HelloTalk has improved my language skills more than four years of college classes... Plus I have made some very meaningful friendships through the app. Suggestions: please allow photos in comments; if possible allow for opening comments, photos and translator while doing audio recordings; and improve navigation to messages and notifications (after looking at mine or browsing other moments and users’ pages, I always have to hit the back button a hundred times to get back to messages and lessons... am I missing something on that?) Hope this review helps.
  • Dec 29, 2021

    By Muhammad Kemah
    The worst ever, I used to give you 5 stars, look at what happened now. I used to love it. We can not open the call without paying money, man. All your subscribers have come because it was an easier one. By the way, people there are leaving one by one.
  • Another China based app company asking copy of your ID!!!! Jun 18, 2021

    By Wolfman 2020
    Read the privacy policy and data processing before using this app!!! I have been using this app for awhile. Yesterday I got a message from HT team saying my account is suspended because someone complained about me. They are asking send them a document to show my identity. My question to HT is what proof you have from that person who complains about me so that you suspend me sending message? Why would I share my Id with you while I did not do anything wrong? If you look are my moments I havent post anything that is not related to the language and grammer. Can you please check if I had any message exchange with the person who complained about me? You can do that right. If that is a person who complained about me had exchange messages me would you please ask the person reveal the messages to see if anything wrong? Or just check the messages if there is any between us. I give you the permission. It is ridiculous the way you process this. If you are really concern about the members identity then ask everyone provide the ID when while joining the app. Also can you please check everyone's id in this app because it is also my concern now that your app is full of trolls and fake ppl, criminals, hackers. How will you deal with that now???? I will also complain about your improper practice to App store.
  • Dec 29, 2021

    By XYZ PIn
    The app is okay. And has certain amount users. But the customer service is kind of frustrating. They would delete your post without your consent. And would reply you something already written to respond your requests. It is like they are not really talking with you or address your problem. I will uninstall in few days. I haven't post any hate speech btw. I don't want any service if I can't be treated seriously.
  • Dec 24, 2021

    By A Google user
    It's impossible to log out of the latest version. If you think you've logged out, close the app or cycle power on your phone, and you'll be logged back in again. The only way to actually log out is to uninstall the app. So stupid. - update 2 months later. They never fixed the problem. I'm uninstalling.
  • Great potential… too many creeps May 22, 2020

    By Katieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeq
    I downloaded this app per a recommendation from my Spanish professor. The first message I received immediately commented on my appearance. Unfortunately, this was a common occurrence. I felt so harassed that I changed my profile picture multiple times in an attempt to stop people from commenting on it. Unfortunately this did not stop the comments, and I decided to delete the app after only having it for 2 days. Additionally, I was extremely overwhelmed by the number of people messaging me; at the time that I deleted the app, I had 67 unread messages. The tools that this app provides are awesome, and they would be a great tool to practice my Spanish, however I cannot being myself to use an app that makes me feel ashamed just for using a photo of my face as my profile picture. One of the top rules of the app are that it is not to be used as a dating app, but there is no way to stop people from using it in such a way. One message I received said “I like women from the USA, they’re pretty like you.” I wish I could take advantage of the resources on this app, but there needs to be changes before I can bring myself to download it again.
  • Dec 25, 2021

    By 浮腫Jojo
    I joined a year and a half ago, and it was pretty a cool way to make foreign friends. There have been issues since then. I don't get push notifications for messages even though it's enabled in settings, but constantly get offers to buy "HTcoin" with no way to disable THOSE notifications. On top of that, the VIP subscription (which paywalls some pretty basic functionality) is now pushed onto users through occassional fullscreen ads which can't be closed for at least five seconds after appearing.
  • Anti-American, Anti-LGBT Oct 22, 2019

    By Farsome
    First, I am a paid VIP member of HelloTalk, and am very experienced with this platform. This app’s high rating causes me to question who’s doing the rating and how the ratings are compiled and/or manipulated. The fact of the matter is that the overwhelming majority of users are from parts of the world which view the US negatively. Thus, slurs against Americans are commonplace, and —from my experience — administrators do nothing to remove or even discourage anti-American posts. It should be noted that I never once saw a US user use any language even remotely approaching an ethnic slur against anyone. Worse yet is the harassment aimed at those who identify as LGBT in their profiles. Other users can say what they want — both in public and private chats — and they go unpunished. LGBT users, however, can have their account suspended for any reason, based simply on a false report from a homophobic user who suddenly realizes they’re talking to a gay person. Appeals to administrators are either ignored, meet with insensitivity, or result in further harassment. Perhaps this app simply reflects the attitude of the country where the owners are based, and I am projecting my values onto them. But I feel my values are shared by many others in the western world, and that potential HelloTalk users should be forewarned.
  • Nov 3, 2021

    By KJ VanSant
    This app really sucks. You can't even say something like "you're cute" without getting flagged. App is far too greedy. The call function often cuts out. Voice messages take forever to load. Many scammers use this app, many fake profiles as well. Can't use basic functions for free such as translation. The paid version doesn't include the language course, you have to pay extra for that. Expect to pay hundreds of dollars for the full experience. Not worth it. Better apps available.
  • Dec 24, 2021

    By Kokeb Tefera
    Don't bother making friends here. HT only cares about paid members. If you are free account, they will mess with you for all type of reasons. For long term plans, use another app. Just deleted my account after 18 months of paid membership. Once I switched to free, it was nothing but pain. That is an out reply. Don't think that their customer support gives a damn about individuals. If you have a free account, then DON'T switch to paid membership or you will never be able to go back to free again
  • They do not tell you how to cancel your VIP subscription Dec 13, 2018

    By Damikesta
    My review of HelloTalk would be good, but their is a big issue that makes any of its benefits useless. I purchased a VIP subscription, because unless you already know the language you are studying well you will struggle. The VIP subscription is very useful with many cool features. The problem is that I want to cancel my VIP subscription, but keep my account. My goal of learning Spanish is going to have to wait for a few months. I am in college and at the moment getting into medical school requires all of my attention. Anyways, I tried to cancel my subscription to HelloTalk, but there is no way to cancel it inside the app itself. After doing a google search I figured out that you have to cancel the auto renewal in iTunes that apparently is automatically selected when you purchase the subscription. (Pretty convenient for them). The problem is when I view my subscription in iTunes, HelloTalk does not show up. I looked on reddit, Apple support etc. if HelloTalk had a customer support number I could call it would be great, but it seems like they do not. I canceled my Netflix subscription via iTunes with no issues. So why is this App any different. VERY DISHONEST!!!!!
  • img Community
    Studying 3,000 vocabulary and 10 different verb tenses won't help you become fluent if you can't properly listen and communicate. Spend your free time in the evening chatting with real, native speakers to get instant feedback and improve your skills quickly.
    img by Angel
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Memorizing 20 new words per day will not get you anywhere if you don't put your skills to good use. If you don't have anyone to practice with, you can always find a partner online - a native English speaker who will help you polish your business vocabulary to perfection.
    img by Antonio
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    One of the best ways to learn a new language is just by practicing, especially with a native speaker. You can choose from over 100 languages, including Oromo, to get matched with a chat buddy and start improving your skills immediately.
    img by Mahammad
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Learning a new language can be a challenge if you are not practicing it for 1 or 2 hours every day. A great way to practice is to talk to others in that language so you get exposure and conversational skills. Hello Talk can help you chat with others and practice the language instead of just reading and studying with no real practice with others.
    img by Drew
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Does learning a new language and culture intrigue you? You can learn about 5 different cultures and their languages without the hassle of traveling far away from home. With this tool at your disposal, you can access vocabularies and courses that'll help you greatly.
    img by John
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Becoming fluent in a foreign language takes 100s of hours of practice, so you might as well make the journey fun. Hellotalk pairs you with different partners to practice Yiddish and has free grammar corrections and lessons to help improve your fluency.
    img by Harriet
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    When you are traveling in a foreign country or you are speaking with someone who speaks a different language than you, it's a good idea to take 2-3 hours to learn some of the words. This app can help you when you're talking to strangers online or in person so you can communicate clearly.
    img by Daniel
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Amharic is spoken by over 22 million people but most of them reside in Africa. If you're nowhere near the continent, you may have trouble finding someone to practice with. This language exchange platform will make your search a lot easier.
    img by leonard
    1 year ago
  • img Expert
    1. The 1st global language and culture exchange community! Easily connect with native speakers of other languages all around the world
    2. Learn to speak another language with a real partner! English, Spanish, German, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, Bengali, Hindi, Greek, Maori, Latin & more
    3. Winner of Google Play's Best of 2017 for Social Apps in select markets

    Reviewed by Kaylin on October 29, 2018

  • the absolute BEST app for language learners May 25, 2020

    By madeline (@halycons_)
    when i tell you i NEVER write reviews i mean in my entire decade of using the App Store i have never felt strongly enough about any app to even consider writing a review but this app is honestly better than any app out there for language learning and i have used them ALL (the money costing ones too). it’s literally a form of social media for people who want to learn languages! like, i don’t know about anyone else but that is my dream come true. you can set it to show you people in your general age range too which is awesome because you’re socializing and talking about things that are relevant to you while also becoming more and more fluent in a language. i swear I’ve had the app under 24 hours now and i’ve learned more words than i think i’ve learned in total from other apps. even the actual lessons are interesting because they’re immersive and teaching words that you are interested to learn using scenarios you will actually find yourself in. and that is coming from someone who just listened to 20 minutes tops of lessons in a language i’d been putting off learning for years! and i DESPISE studying! it seriously feels like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders especially now that i have something to do that isn’t frying my brain while i’m locked up in my house for quarantine. thank you so much to whoever thought up such a marvelous concept!
  • The best app on the App Store in my opinion Jan 6, 2021

    By Pewdie111
    If you are learning a language, this app is a MUST have. Not only will you learn the language that you’re studying faster than on any other app, but you’ll have fun in the process. You’ll forget you’re even learning a language it’s so much fun. Because of this app, I now not only know how to speak German near fluently, but I also have made some of the best friends I could ever ask for. Ultimately, that matters to me more than learning any language. I also mentioned this app during my college essay. This app helped me grow as a person and broadened the horizons for me in terms of new friendships, a curiosity to explore the world, wisdom and linguistic knowledge. The essay was recently returned with an acceptance letter. I owe it to Hello Talk. I was recommended this app by one of my classmates who was using it, and I decided to give it a try a few weeks later, without too much excitement. The days that followed were some of the most productive, fun and eye-opening of my life, I swear, this app is awesome. Even now, one of my best friends in Germany and I laugh about how boring life would’ve been had we not downloaded this app at the right time and had never even gotten to say “hallo” to each other for the first time hahahahahaha
  • Jan 14, 2022

    By Rose
    met a lot of people, but dont assume people will stick around long. i love that there is a way to post messages and pictures for the whole community to help correct you. or you can ask to chat or do calls privately. sometimes the app is glitchy but it is the best one i have used. ads are obvious but not intrusive. sometimes the ads have sexual content so thats annoying, but no nude or porn. i love that you can translate words and get audio transcripts easily too.
  • Jan 10, 2022

    By Jalane Farrington
    Excellent app that connects you to other folks right away. I appreciate the fact that you can converse by talking and writing. Spent 2 to 3 hours after joining by chatting with other folks who simply said "Hello"! Really good to know how to write and chat without sounding like a robot. Can post your life or question, which allows other folks to start talking to you right away as well. Very good layout for tools too.
  • Absolutely amazing Dec 25, 2021

    By 14911776
    I’ve used pretty much every language method, tool, and book out there, and while some have been very good, none compare with HelloTalk. I joined ten days ago and think I’ve spent more hours studying than in the previous two months. For example, I’ve already done six hours of zoom chats, when until now I’ve only done an hour a week because tutoring is so expensive. And the only reason I haven’t done more is because I joined right before Christmas and got busy for a few days. Part of the reason the app works is that people keep talking to you. It’s too easy to put an ebook or Anki or LingQ or whatever on your phone and promptly forget it exists. I was concerned when I joined that there might be a lot of creeps and weirdos using it as a dating site, but out of 217 people that have visited my profile (in ten days!) only two were obnoxious and their accounts got deleted soon after, so HelloTalk is doing a really good job keeping it clean. You’re basically guaranteed to find at least a handful of normal people you hit it off with and talk to regularly. If you haven’t guessed by now, I’m really impressed with the app and can’t recommend it highly enough.
  • Best language app for learning Russian and Mandarin Chinese Jan 11, 2020

    By bodhizinka
    I can not say enough good things about this app, especially as it applies to Russian and Chinese (which is rare in terms of language apps). I really think it’s the best thing for language immersion next to actually living in a different culture. Hellotalk actually makes me motivated to practice everyday without noticing I’m doing some really hardcore studying. The social media platform, group audio chats, voice recording so I can hear myself and native speakers talk, watch live classes, high quality lessons, and the ease at which you can look up words and grammar HelloTalk has improved my language skills more than four years of college classes... Plus I have made some very meaningful friendships through the app. Suggestions: please allow photos in comments; if possible allow for opening comments, photos and translator while doing audio recordings; and improve navigation to messages and notifications (after looking at mine or browsing other moments and users’ pages, I always have to hit the back button a hundred times to get back to messages and lessons... am I missing something on that?) Hope this review helps.
  • Love it Nov 30, 2019

    By MoOnLiGhTsUn7511
    I love it no complaint it’s not anything bad but I would like some help because I had this app a while ago and I deleted because I wanted to get another app and then now I remembered about it so I installed it and tried signing in but I couldn’t because I didn’t remember the password , so I decided to create another one ... I tried and it said that you can only make one account on each device . So the problem with that is that I don’t know how to make a new email to use , so I want to ask if you could help me get rid of the other account with my email so I could create the new one , or help me find my password because I tried the thing that said “ forgot password?” , Or something like that and it wouldn’t send me an email ( now that I realize maybe it is because I don’t have the mail app ) and said that it was non registered . So that’s it it is a great app overall . UPDATE: Ok so I downloaded the mail app and it still didn’t work which I know feel like I was being dum about that so my only thug is that if you could erase my previous account. But I am blaming myself because I don’t remember it and apparently my only email doesn’t work .
  • Jan 9, 2022

    By Kianyi Norwood
    I call HelloTalk language facebook. It allows you to utilize the language you're learning by speaking with native speakers. I would like to see 1) 2022 please add a Night mode setting (dark screen) 2) app clean out of old accounts or accounts not in use
  • My favorite app! Sep 29, 2017

    By Iheartthisappsofreakinmuch
    I have been a member on this app since 2014 and I honestly have not gotten bored or tired of it. It still continues to be a fun and interactive way to learn languages. I love the new features added with every update. This app seriously has come a long way from when I first became a member. You learn a language through a sort of social media platform, where you post statuses similar to Facebook or twitter, but with the added bonus that native speakers actually get to read and correct your texts, and you can help out as well by doing the same with people learning your language. I have met so many fun and intelligent people on this apps from so many countries, and I love hearing their ideas and sharing each other’s cultures. It’s exciting getting a message from someone and engaging in a fun conversation with them. Sure, it has its downsides. Like for example, may girls report getting harassed, but in all honestly, you choose who you want to talk to and who you don’t want to talk to. Anyone can easily be blocked. Anyway, I really love this app and I thank its developers for making learning languages fun!
  • Dec 29, 2021

    By Mona Vicente
    great app! I met good people here that are both learners and teachers. People here are respectful and you learn new language in real time and real people. You just need to be mindful of international time difference though there are times your learning partner are not available whenever you want too. THIS APP is 100% ONLY for learners. It is also a hit and miss opportunity you cant guarantee your learning partner will stay with you for long-term
  • A Good Intro and Good in Theory Nov 28, 2021

    By Leigha Babineau
    If you're looking to expose yourself to more native content or speakers in a language you're learning, this is a great place to start! But actually finding solid advice and explanations is much harder haha. I'm learning English > Japanese so my experiences may not be universal among the community, but the user-base as a whole could stand to be far more critical when giving feedback. People will let small mistakes slip through and give learners a pass despite the fact that what they are saying IS incorrect, probably to try and seem polite. And I've seen more than a few people giving straight up WRONG advice- mostly non-native English speakers explaining English to others, but theres been a few native speakers who explain things poorly or give incorrect feedback as well. I think the moments feature is really hindered by the inability to edit comments or corrections after you send them, and the way comments are ordered under posts can be really confusing. The fact that you can't reply to a comment, only tag them in your own under the same post, is mind boggling, especially because they're in reverse chronological order. There's also no way to "downvote" other peoples corrections in those instances where they're giving the wrong advice, which can lead to misunderstanding and misinformation. You basically just have to take all the advice you get from this app with a grain of salt.
  • Overall good! Nov 30, 2017

    By DommiArt
    I have used this app for over two years now. I think this app is a great idea, and overall implemented very well. I use Hellotalk to practice Japanese, and find that overall people are courteous and honestly want to learn. I quite like the Moments function, and in my experience people use it to share pictures of where they live, or ask many people for language corrections, which is great. Now, there are many superfluous posts like “ Please teach me English!!!”, but I think it is a small price to pay. I do wish that Moments allowed for video posting, though. Many times there are short clips of concerts or scenery that I would love to share with people. As for sexual harassment, whenever it has happened, it is generally handled quickly in my experience. However, I do know of a few notorious people that keep rejoining the app despite being blocked many times. There is not much that can be done for those people, but hopefully they will learn someday. There are some people that are more interested in finding a foreign girlfriend/ boyfriend, but it is easy to find these people and kindly decline or misdirect them. I have had this issue on an off, but sometimes my app will show unread messages, but I cannot see them. Before I would have to delete and redownload to fix it, but as of today when it did it I was able to fix it by closing and reopening the app. It isn’t a huge inconvenience, but a bit annoying at times.
  • Jan 15, 2022

    By taetaetannieee
    I downloaded this app yesterday and everything seems fine. It is a little hard to communicate with people though, because some people message me in a language I don't know and I can only translate what they're saying 5 times for the whole day. If that could change I would really appreciate it.
  • Jan 13, 2022

    By G B
    It's a great way to learn and teach foreign languages. Highly recommended. On the downside, it's somewhat buggy, with data transmission issues. It's frequently updated, but the updates don't seem to get this otherwise fine app to a point where it's solid technically.
  • Jan 15, 2022

    By Sunil Ingle
    Well moderated community, tools to make learning easier and native speakers to improve your dialogue. Good app to consider to learn new language. Ad quality needs improvement though.
  • Network errors and issues but otherwise great app Jun 19, 2019

    By Scrapples-the-coo
    Love the potential of the app and met some really good people however as of late I have been getting frequent crashes and apparently some people (not all) had been able to contact me for about 30 days and thought I was disconnected. As of today constant network errors (really bad since the last update) until finally I was considered completely disconnected and unable to do anything despite getting a few messages in return yet unable to send or view any myself (but could still see the message previews on the iphone home screen). Now having tried clearing cache and doing all the network stuff on my end, I decided to try reinstalling (after hard copying the ids of friends should I need to create a whole new account). Now I cannot log into Hellotalk as it seems my password was entered incorrectly too many times even though I just reset it once. I’ll see what happens after the needed 24 hour wait period to try again. It’s a shame as I loved helping others learn, meeting people from other countries, and sharing culture. Edit: thanks Hellotalk team, the issues were solved and thank you for the timely responses
  • This app is amazing - the users can be overwhelming Aug 29, 2021

    By kcraft73
    The features of this app are incredible. It has everything you need in one place to communicate with someone who speaks another language, and to practice speaking another language. I love the translate feature which can translate an audio recording into text of its native language, and then provide a translation into an alternative language. You can check sentences you’ve typed through a translator to make sure you said what you thought you said. It’s incredible. I took one star off because of issues with users. The app does not have an easy way to change my profile settings to avoid this problem. I am a 47 year old married woman. I am overwhelmed by the number of men from other countries who reach out. You can’t reply to them all, but of the handful I did reply to, 90% try to get romantic and they do it fast. Uggh! Two have told me they are looking for true love - which apparently only exists in The US with a woman who barely speaks their native language. If you can find a good partner - this app is amazing and totally worth it.
  • Nov 23, 2021

    By Brian Broiler
    It's an amazing companion app for learning languages. Finding people to talk to is easy. I really want to give this 5 stars, but the number of notifications I get from this app is insane. The number of people who try to talk to me is enormous, some of these people send me 5 or 6 messages at a time before I can respond, and the app sends me a notification for each one. It turns my phone into a constantly chiming device. This app needs to really limit the number of notifications it sends.
  • Dec 12, 2021

    By Jal Haille
    So close to perfect. It's definitely one of the most enjoyable apps I've ever used, but I would really love some improvements: - option to only receive notifications for messages, and to turn OFF notifications for people posting moments. My phone goes off too often which makes me mute the app. - remove all "this post has been deleted" notifications - a dark theme please I am begging you
  • Nov 8, 2021

    By Rylin
    The app is... Okay? It has a few glitches, the biggest one being that I once opened it and everything was in Chinese when I set it to english and learning Spanish. I had to guess what buttons to click to get it back to English lmao. Also, sending messages sometimes takes forever to deliver, not even delivering sometimes. In any case, fix some of the issues and maybe make the free version a bit less restricted with not being able to change languages (I might be wrong) and have multiple. Thanks
  • IDK 🤷‍♀️ Jan 11, 2022

    By RockStarKmm
    I have been using the app for only about 4 days now, and I don’t feel comfortable on the app and I’m not sure why. It may just be me but I am trusting my gut and logging out of account and also deleting it off my phone. Overall, it is amazing for language learning and actually pretty safe! There isn’t lot of learning material to study from but lots of people you can chat with! I was very overwhelmed by the amount of people trying to chat with me which is amazing but it started interfering with my day to day life and I had it for less than a week 😂 One person on the app did make me feel very uncomfortable when I chatted with them and I think that’s one of the main reasons I deleted it. You can report those people, turn of their message notifications, and even remove them or block them. I definitely don’t discourage using the app but just be careful and safe as you should be on every other social media or messaging platform!
  • Was better before Dec 29, 2020

    By always called on in class
    As a VIP member for years, I have watched the experience decline. Changes and updates come as the company tries to improve I’m sure, the motives are good but the company has removed many standard features that made it fun and more resourceful in terms of social connections and friends. No longer are you able to search for connections once lost. For whatever reason, maybe your phone was stolen or you updated etc... sometimes chats get deleted and you lose it all. Before you could try to reconnect and search. Now it’s impossible so that is definitely a failure in my opinion. They have made updates requiring you to purchase VIP if you want like 10-15 useful features. Over time I have seen how they have controlled the supply of benefits and keep finding ways little by little to make more money and give people less options. The learning programs inside the all are great but again that’s even an extra cost, even for an already VIP customer So... the app works good and it’s fun but it has definitely lowered the experience and resources and it seems just to get more money But the removing the searching ability, that was just simply a bad idea. If someone feels harassed they need to report it, block them and move on. Don’t punish all for one or few mistake. One person poops their pants and everyone is forced to wear diapers.
  • Great app but comes with awkwardness for women Jul 23, 2020

    By Monica00000
    HelloTalk is an awesome language exchange app— the voice messaging, transliteration & translation features are awesome. I’ve been able to make friends and really improve my speaking and listening skills by using this app. However, I’d really like to see an option to filter who can message you by native language, or even just an option to only allow messages from people you follow. So for example, I am on the app to learn Japanese, so I only want to speak to Japanese speakers. But basically once a day I get a message from random non-Japanese speaking men being like “hello beautiful.. can we chat...” who are obviously just treating the app like a dating app. Nearly every single woman I follow on the app has a “This is not a dating app!” or “I am married! Please don’t flirt” clause in their profile because of how rampant this problem is.
  • it’s great concept but it still needs work... May 23, 2021

    By unpretentiousEllie
    this app only allows you to be signed in to one device at a time, and your chat history does not transfer over even if you back it up. so if a conversation starts while i’m using my ipad, it stays on my ipad and won’t be in my messages when i sign into my phone. the conversation won’t show up until the other person replies and it’s only from those messages on. it’s really frustrating and i wish they’d make the transition seamless. if they fixed just that alone i’d bump up my rating. i’ve been on this app since 2016 and unfortunately there are still quite a few bugs that need to be fixed and features that should be improved. you can meet people and practice your language learning but the chats are often delayed or get deleted completely. i use it everyday so i bought the vip subscription but i don’t have anymore exposure than before, and i probably get less interactions on my memories altogether... that’s really frustrating because i cannot always get answers as soon as i’d like, but it is what it is i guess. i haven’t tried any of the learning courses so i can’t comment on that, but all in all i’ve recommended this app to a few people i know personally.
  • Night Mode, Bugginess Oct 27, 2018

    By EmpressOfFabulousness
    I’d really like to be able to turn read receipts off, or barring that, a night mode. My pals are all +13 hours ahead of me, and I’m often talking with them late into the night. It really hurts my eyes! Please work on this. Furthermore the app itself is very buggy. If I get a notification that I got a text, the text itself won’t show up. I can’t see it until I send one or something along those lines which makes for very awkward conversations. They just disappear. I can’t see who texted me when I’m in a conversation, and sometimes they even go overlooked because I can’t find them at all! The app also freezes. It’s gotten really bad 😞 and the message notifications on web and your phone don’t really sync up/go away. The keyboards are also starting to glitch and it’s nearly impossible to type
  • Great but Has a “disconnection” bug Oct 23, 2020

    By S Is For Spirit
    I enjoy this app a lot. It’s nice being able to teach while also being able to actively learn from those that you are teaching. Bug: The app was great until it decided to force disconnect me and tell me “Cant connect to internet” every time I try to log in. I’ve contacted customer support, no response. I’ve checked Hellotalks Twitter but they don’t have one that is available for customer support. I’ve tried googling it with no avail. Ive even tried resetting my password in case that was the actual issue but I still get the same “can’t connect to internet” error when my internet is perfectly fine. Update: Was able to resolve by uninstalling and reinstalling but that’s still extremely inconvenient, please fix.
  • Good but could be better Sep 14, 2018

    By Insertclevernesshere
    I like this app. It has been very helpful in finding native spanish speakers to practice spanish with. It’s basically Facebook for language learners It does have some great features, like the built-in correction and translation tools. The main thing it’s lacking is the ability to sync across devices, sometimes I use my iPhone and sometimes my iPad, but if you get messages on one device you can’t see the history on the other, so it’s like starting a new conversation each time. You can backup and restore to another device but that makes it hard to switch back and forth frequently. Also I would like the ability to turn off the chat feature temporarily. Sometimes I don’t have time for individual conversations and my inbox gets bombarded with chat requests which sets off notifications on my phone. Sometimes I just like to use the moments section without getting bothered with chat messages. If there was at least a way to put a status update on your profile that says “I’m available” or “I’m not available”. That would help. Just because I’m online doesn’t mean I’m available to chat or talk.
  • Another developer blinded by greed Apr 16, 2020

    By Wikisz
    Hopefully this app will see a mass exodus of its users since its developers, blinded by greed, have decided to add pay-walls on what used to be freely available features. It makes me not want to reward that kind of money-grabbing behavior by buying another 1year pro membership. It feels like a feature is taken away with each update I am forced to make. Previously I was rewarded a pro membership for a month but none of the pro features worked. TRANSLITERATION worked fine for me before and now doesn't work most of the time (it comes up blank or is in the wrong language. I feel cheated and it seems like it's a sneaky ploy to make you pay to upgrade. I've been using this app since day one and have used it on a Note2, LG G3, S6 (all with some glitches) and had high hopes for it on my iPhone 10. It would be great if you could add two languages spoken without paying extra. I would be helping more people at least and surely that's a positive. I have improved greatly in my Spanish and Portuguese partly due to this app so I continue to recommend it to people often.
  • Crashes during audio files Feb 10, 2020

    By enteranotherusername
    Excellent experience with talking to native speakers of other languages. So far the app has demonstrated many useful features such as in chat translation and text to audio. In app phone call worked fairly well, so you have the means of verbally communicating without the worry of sharing your phone number or getting prayed on by Skype bots. But nearly every time I try play an audio file (someone else’s or my own) the app repeatedly goes dark and the audio quiets, and I turn my screen back on only for it to go dark again. Very difficult to get get out of the rut, but besides that it’s a good app. I really hope they solve the issue.
  • Dec 29, 2021

    By XYZ PIn
    The app is okay. And has certain amount users. But the customer service is kind of frustrating. They would delete your post without your consent. And would reply you something already written to respond your requests. It is like they are not really talking with you or address your problem. I will uninstall in few days. I haven't post any hate speech btw. I don't want any service if I can't be treated seriously.
  • Great potential… too many creeps May 22, 2020

    By Katieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeq
    I downloaded this app per a recommendation from my Spanish professor. The first message I received immediately commented on my appearance. Unfortunately, this was a common occurrence. I felt so harassed that I changed my profile picture multiple times in an attempt to stop people from commenting on it. Unfortunately this did not stop the comments, and I decided to delete the app after only having it for 2 days. Additionally, I was extremely overwhelmed by the number of people messaging me; at the time that I deleted the app, I had 67 unread messages. The tools that this app provides are awesome, and they would be a great tool to practice my Spanish, however I cannot being myself to use an app that makes me feel ashamed just for using a photo of my face as my profile picture. One of the top rules of the app are that it is not to be used as a dating app, but there is no way to stop people from using it in such a way. One message I received said “I like women from the USA, they’re pretty like you.” I wish I could take advantage of the resources on this app, but there needs to be changes before I can bring myself to download it again.
  • Dec 25, 2021

    By 浮腫Jojo
    I joined a year and a half ago, and it was pretty a cool way to make foreign friends. There have been issues since then. I don't get push notifications for messages even though it's enabled in settings, but constantly get offers to buy "HTcoin" with no way to disable THOSE notifications. On top of that, the VIP subscription (which paywalls some pretty basic functionality) is now pushed onto users through occassional fullscreen ads which can't be closed for at least five seconds after appearing.
  • Maybe I’m not using it correctly? Aug 23, 2020

    By MrsSmith0625
    This is basically international Ok Cupid. I don’t know how to turn off the chat and I thought it would be fun to talk to people from around the globe to learn a new language. Right away, people want your phone number or tell you how pretty you are. I put on my profile and it’s the first thing you read “wife and mom”. It’s like that doesn’t matter and I have an inbox full of guys trying to talk to me. No women what so ever. I can’t sit here and talk to men from around the globe all day. This app is clearly for singles trying to learn a language. If that’s your thing- go for it. Lots of people looking for that I suppose. But if you’re in a serious relationship or have a family, might as well look for something else. Otherwise- it’s pretty cool. People will message you in another language and the app translates what they say and it speaks the message for you verbally.
  • Issues Nov 23, 2019

    By AlienboiJ
    My number one issue with this app is the blocking feature. I shouldn’t have to provide a reason in order to block someone. The app states providing a reason is “optional”; however, I received a pop-up message alerting me about not being able to block for the remainder of the day. I’m assuming it’s due to me often blocking people—without providing a reason—I’d rather not engage with or allow them the opportunity to engage with me based on something posted on their moments or contributed to another person’s post. This is important to me being a part of the LGBT+ community and being subject to possible harassment. I understand it’s necessary to provide a reason when reporting someone, but it’s ridiculous otherwise. Also, I shouldn’t be able to see a blocked person’s profile or contributions on posts and vice versa after blocking them. And... There shouldn’t be a limit on translations.
  • Frustrated Apr 18, 2020

    By alchemarchaic
    Hi, This app is absolutely excellent. It can be addicting (especially due to the news feed-like feature), which is why I like to intermittently delete the app, just to prevent addiction-like behavior, because I have serious demands to attend to outside of language learning and I can't afford that. But two things absolutely ruin this app for me. 1) When I delete the app, I lose pretty much ALL my direct messages, except the default ones and like one other random one that I received from some person 20 minutes before re-signing in. I have absolutely no way to get them back. That is extremely frustrating. I've seen someone else mention this problem within the app after having to delete the app for some reason, so it's probably not just my phone acting up. 2) Almost as frustrating of a problem is the fact that my messages are clearly not saved to any sort of cloud database, because they never show up if I log in using my iPad. This is quite odd and very problematic. It really should sync to some cloud database. Please fix these problems and you guys easily get a five star in my book, because besides those two very serious problems, I cannot deny that this is an absolutely excellent app for language learning. Thank you!
  • terrible May 24, 2018

    By ariii 💗
    honestly i used to love this app. i used it everyday, i had a lot of friends, i alwayssss was online. but just recently hellotalk kept suspending my account and kept asking me for verification. so no problem, i sent them verification and they asked me for my passport. BUT I DO NOT HAVE A PASSPORT. then the same thing happened to my friend TWICE. He obviously doesn't feel comfortable showing his face or giving out information like that but hellotalk had his account suspended until he deleted his account. i don't understand why we have to show verification, it's honestly so annoying that people who enjoy this app have to leave JUST BECAUSE THEY DON'T WANT TO SHOW THEIR FACE OR FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE WITH SHOWING THAT TYPE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION. i used to loveeee hellotalk but idk if i love hellotalk anymore. it's annoying now. the fact that they always think someone is a catfish is pretty annoying.
  • Dec 29, 2021

    By Muhammad Kemah
    The worst ever, I used to give you 5 stars, look at what happened now. I used to love it. We can not open the call without paying money, man. All your subscribers have come because it was an easier one. By the way, people there are leaving one by one.
  • Another China based app company asking copy of your ID!!!! Jun 18, 2021

    By Wolfman 2020
    Read the privacy policy and data processing before using this app!!! I have been using this app for awhile. Yesterday I got a message from HT team saying my account is suspended because someone complained about me. They are asking send them a document to show my identity. My question to HT is what proof you have from that person who complains about me so that you suspend me sending message? Why would I share my Id with you while I did not do anything wrong? If you look are my moments I havent post anything that is not related to the language and grammer. Can you please check if I had any message exchange with the person who complained about me? You can do that right. If that is a person who complained about me had exchange messages me would you please ask the person reveal the messages to see if anything wrong? Or just check the messages if there is any between us. I give you the permission. It is ridiculous the way you process this. If you are really concern about the members identity then ask everyone provide the ID when while joining the app. Also can you please check everyone's id in this app because it is also my concern now that your app is full of trolls and fake ppl, criminals, hackers. How will you deal with that now???? I will also complain about your improper practice to App store.
  • Dec 24, 2021

    By A Google user
    It's impossible to log out of the latest version. If you think you've logged out, close the app or cycle power on your phone, and you'll be logged back in again. The only way to actually log out is to uninstall the app. So stupid. - update 2 months later. They never fixed the problem. I'm uninstalling.
  • Anti-American, Anti-LGBT Oct 22, 2019

    By Farsome
    First, I am a paid VIP member of HelloTalk, and am very experienced with this platform. This app’s high rating causes me to question who’s doing the rating and how the ratings are compiled and/or manipulated. The fact of the matter is that the overwhelming majority of users are from parts of the world which view the US negatively. Thus, slurs against Americans are commonplace, and —from my experience — administrators do nothing to remove or even discourage anti-American posts. It should be noted that I never once saw a US user use any language even remotely approaching an ethnic slur against anyone. Worse yet is the harassment aimed at those who identify as LGBT in their profiles. Other users can say what they want — both in public and private chats — and they go unpunished. LGBT users, however, can have their account suspended for any reason, based simply on a false report from a homophobic user who suddenly realizes they’re talking to a gay person. Appeals to administrators are either ignored, meet with insensitivity, or result in further harassment. Perhaps this app simply reflects the attitude of the country where the owners are based, and I am projecting my values onto them. But I feel my values are shared by many others in the western world, and that potential HelloTalk users should be forewarned.
  • Nov 3, 2021

    By KJ VanSant
    This app really sucks. You can't even say something like "you're cute" without getting flagged. App is far too greedy. The call function often cuts out. Voice messages take forever to load. Many scammers use this app, many fake profiles as well. Can't use basic functions for free such as translation. The paid version doesn't include the language course, you have to pay extra for that. Expect to pay hundreds of dollars for the full experience. Not worth it. Better apps available.
  • Dec 24, 2021

    By Kokeb Tefera
    Don't bother making friends here. HT only cares about paid members. If you are free account, they will mess with you for all type of reasons. For long term plans, use another app. Just deleted my account after 18 months of paid membership. Once I switched to free, it was nothing but pain. That is an out reply. Don't think that their customer support gives a damn about individuals. If you have a free account, then DON'T switch to paid membership or you will never be able to go back to free again
  • They do not tell you how to cancel your VIP subscription Dec 13, 2018

    By Damikesta
    My review of HelloTalk would be good, but their is a big issue that makes any of its benefits useless. I purchased a VIP subscription, because unless you already know the language you are studying well you will struggle. The VIP subscription is very useful with many cool features. The problem is that I want to cancel my VIP subscription, but keep my account. My goal of learning Spanish is going to have to wait for a few months. I am in college and at the moment getting into medical school requires all of my attention. Anyways, I tried to cancel my subscription to HelloTalk, but there is no way to cancel it inside the app itself. After doing a google search I figured out that you have to cancel the auto renewal in iTunes that apparently is automatically selected when you purchase the subscription. (Pretty convenient for them). The problem is when I view my subscription in iTunes, HelloTalk does not show up. I looked on reddit, Apple support etc. if HelloTalk had a customer support number I could call it would be great, but it seems like they do not. I canceled my Netflix subscription via iTunes with no issues. So why is this App any different. VERY DISHONEST!!!!!
  • Nov 12, 2021

    By Brandon Startz
    So after a few years I come back to this app, see that they switched payment models (so the version I paid for no longer exists) and the whole app has taken a turn for the worse. This used to be my favorite app! UI feels clunkier and everything revolves around paying for vip access
  • Developer changes features without giving warning Mar 25, 2018

    By Tundras21
    I have been using HelloTalk for a few years now. At first, I only used the features for one-on-one conversations, but last year (in May) I started to use the public feed every day in order to post a daily journal and get feedback. I didn't know, though, that these posts were being filtered by the HelloTalk system. There have been a handful of time when my posts were blocked because of, in my opinion, overprotective measures. More recently, though, I learned that they're also filtering the photos that can be posted with the writing. They've apparently decided that selfies are somehow at war with language learning, so these are blocked from the public feed. I skyped with a friend a few days ago, took a screenshot of us chatting and posted that along with my daily journal, and apparently the filter thought it was a selfie, so it was also blocked. I have been a paying subscriber to their app and a very active user, but when these changes were made, I was not made aware of them, nor did I even get a pop-up or something to be notified when my post was blocked/caught in the filter. I am currently very disappointed by the developers.
  • Don’t waste your time Mar 11, 2021

    By Jr198283
    I have been using the app strictly to help English learners and I posted videos to help people with their English and they suspended my account. I’ve been following the rules and even pay for a VIP subscription. This also happened to a friend of mine who paid for the VIP subscription. I think HELLOTALK is just out for people’s money. So disappointed, all I wanted to do was help people with their English, I do it completely for free and this is how I’m treated. Added to the developer response: Again, don’t waste your time, why pay for a VIP subscription if you’re only limited to post a moment once or twice a week. Maybe, instead of suspending an account remove the post like how YouTube/Facebook/Instagram does. It’s not fair to people who pay for a subscription and is following the rules. Basically, you’re saying someone can ask people to report a person and they can target that person and you’ll suspend the reported account. Please do more investigating before suspending an account, posting three different helpful videos within 24 hours shouldn’t make someone’s account be suspended.

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