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Rosetta Stone: Learn and Speak New Languages

Rosetta Stone: Learn and Speak New Languages

Rosetta Stone Ltd

Learn & Speak Languages! English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese & Japanese.

4.7 Ratings 472K+ Reviews 10M+ Downloads

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Learn & Speak Languages! English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese & Japanese.
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  • I prefer RS to DuoLingo Jul 26, 2020

    By Use Google Drive or OneDrive
    I signed up for DuoLingo in 2016, but quit a year later after their switch to their current crown system. Recently, I picked it up again, but DuoLingo does not work for me anymore. If anything, it bores me and it’s more of a child’s game than a learning tool. It’s addictive for the sake of competing with others rather than engaging to learn. I always knew about Rosetta Stone, but never tried it because of the price. I wanted something harder than DuoLingo, so after reading reviews - good and bad - a trial, I took a steep plunge. I purchased their lifetime subscription while it was on sale for $200. So far, I feel it’s been worth it. Rosetta Stone isn’t a game in my eyes. It isn’t cute nor is it addicting. To me, those are good things. I’m using it because I want to learn, not to keep a streak up, collect hearts and gems, or reach the top of the leaderboard. I sincerely find RS to be challenging, especially when it comes to the conversation exercises. I hate them - I hate speaking because I’m awkward and clumsy - but they work. Rosetta Stone taught me more in a week than DuoLingo taught me in the one year I used it. At level fourteen in DuoLingo, the program is just now trying to teach me numbers one through ten. That’s something to give to a kindergartner. To each their own. My only gripe is the iOS app doesn’t sync as it should. I have to uninstall and reinstall it for it to sync if I redo a lesson. I sincerely hope that issue is fixed someday soon.
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  • Mar 1, 2021

    By Tom Grant
    Just started with rosetta stone. I like the content but the way it is delivered is difficult. It seems to have a lot of using pictures to illicit phrases and yet on a phone the pictures are very small. Although it is possible to expand the pictures, this is time consuming and many of the answers are.dependent on being able to interpret the pictures the way the app wants you to rather than just simply practicing correct Italian.
    more
  • Rosetta Stone is tops! Nov 25, 2019

    By Varnish Princess
    I wanted to wait several months before writing a review. I have now been studying Hebrew for six months with Rosetta Stone. I bought the year-long program, and I am on track for a one-year completion. I think you get a lot out of it if you put a lot into it. I study every day. The program is amazing! I had tried another program that was teaching me to transliterate into English first. It was slow and I wasn’t learning much because my eyes always went to the English transliteration rather than the Hebrew letters. I also tried a sample lesson with another company that used only audio as the “best way” to learn a language. I realized I am a visual learner, so just listening to audio did not work for me. But now with Rosetta Stone, I am reading the words in the Hebrew alphabet and understanding what I am reading. I awake in the middle of the night with Hebrew words and phrases running through my mind. The pictures are enjoyable, and help me to understand words and phrases. My vocabulary is amazing! I think my pronunciation is getting better and better as well. It is such a natural and fun way of learning. Right now, I am studying the past tense, and I thought it would be difficult, but I am understanding it just fine. When I get through with Hebrew, I may learn another language through Rosetta Stone just for fun!
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  • There's a reason so many companies and agencies insist on this product Sep 25, 2020

    By AubreyRLopez
    So: I dabbled in language learning for over 20 years... all kinds of methods. This has (by far) been the most effective. I finally invested in Rosetta Stone over 10 years ago when online learning wasn't an option for them yet (and after using their program for a college course). I then sprung for the online. I was officially sold on their first big sale for Veterans (at which time i took the plunge and got the lifetime online membership, for less than i paid for the original 6 CD package i purchased years ago). Since then: they have made AMAZING IMPROVEMENTS to the software and opened up more languages. My only complaint is about the app: it can get glitchy (doesn't recognize audio, doesn't update lessons as completed, trivial issues that correct themselves with some "tough love")... but if I force close the app then the issue resolved. Tech support is responsive, as well! I love their product and highly recommend giving it a try to see if it is a good fit for your learning style! (Also: ensure you join an individual coaching subscription or a social group to get one-on-one real world conversational experience/practice. Rosetta Stone offers this option, but I do not have my laptop/desktop set up for use currently)
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Jessica Pixler
    Buggy software makes me repeat lessons. No matter how many times I "pass" it takes me back to these exercises daily. It's annoying to manually find where I left off and start at the right place. Also be warned that it is immersion style teaching. Luckily my husband is a native speaker! There's no way to pause while seeing the lesson, so I'm often just guessing nouns and ignoring all other parts of speech. If I could go slower, I'd learn more. Update: still no fix from tech support for repeats.
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  • Feb 24, 2021

    By David V
    The app content is generally good, but it is plagued by bugs. The reason I am giving Rosetta Stone one star is that their customer support is non-existent. I've spent weeks attempting to contact the company about problems with the app, but I've had no response, despite being a lifetime subscriber. This is simply not good enough.
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  • Feb 15, 2021

    By Tiarah Keye
    Great app the only downside is that i have to constantly repeat certain checkpoints. I've passed them so many times, however it still just shows that they are incomplete. This is really frustrating because I should be presented with a list of lesson from where I left off not where it refuses to grade my progress.
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  • Great concept horrid execution Feb 20, 2019

    By RussellSteven
    The teaching on this app, I love. It's a great idea. I wish I'd went month to month at this point though rather than pay for two years. It is the buggiest app I've ever used. In fact, it's so buggy the uncommon word "hate" comes to mind. I went all the way thru module three recently and got to the last lesson. I get a pop-up that says, skipping ahead? You didn't finish all the lessons. I go back and look and sure enough, the Review lesson I'd done said I'd not done it. This particular one I knew I'd done...8 times! You see, for the Review lessons, you can't retake and fix one card, it makes you retake the entire lesson! I wanted a 100% so I retook it until I did. Guess what... It apparently lost all progress. I ended up taking it two more times, finally getting everything right. When I finished, it said I missed one anyways. What!? I have another Review that I know I'll never get right because despite voice set to easy and having taken a year in college of German from a native German, it says I cannot pronounce one word. I gave up. In some lessons I can use the wrong word entirely when I'm trying to guess the dialogue and get a 100% but in the Review, which you must fully retake if you miss something, it won't get the single word right. In short, if you are a perfectionist or have limited time to waste on bugs, this is not the app for you. There are better ones for free that won't make you cuss in front of children or want to throw your phone.
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Erika Warthen
    This used to be an excellent app. I love it so much that I purchased lifetime subscriptions for myself and my daughter. Something has happened with the app and for MONTHS it hasn't worked. I've uninstalled and reinstalled multiple times and when I contacted support, they advised me to do the same thing... absolutely useless. After waiting a while I decided to install it again and of course, still not working!
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  • Feb 16, 2021

    By M Patrick
    Doesn't live up to the hype. At first, I was disappointed that it was not phone friendly. Some of the photos you match to words are (on my Samsung S8+) smaller than my little finger nail. You can expand them. But that's an extra step... Also, not all of the new phrases have translations. And there are exercises where you repeat sentences back. Some of those are long and you only get three tries. In Unit 9 nothing has translations. I shouldn't need to look words up to use a language app.
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Reviewed by Laura S on December 27, 2017

  • I prefer RS to DuoLingo Jul 26, 2020

    By Use Google Drive or OneDrive
    I signed up for DuoLingo in 2016, but quit a year later after their switch to their current crown system. Recently, I picked it up again, but DuoLingo does not work for me anymore. If anything, it bores me and it’s more of a child’s game than a learning tool. It’s addictive for the sake of competing with others rather than engaging to learn. I always knew about Rosetta Stone, but never tried it because of the price. I wanted something harder than DuoLingo, so after reading reviews - good and bad - a trial, I took a steep plunge. I purchased their lifetime subscription while it was on sale for $200. So far, I feel it’s been worth it. Rosetta Stone isn’t a game in my eyes. It isn’t cute nor is it addicting. To me, those are good things. I’m using it because I want to learn, not to keep a streak up, collect hearts and gems, or reach the top of the leaderboard. I sincerely find RS to be challenging, especially when it comes to the conversation exercises. I hate them - I hate speaking because I’m awkward and clumsy - but they work. Rosetta Stone taught me more in a week than DuoLingo taught me in the one year I used it. At level fourteen in DuoLingo, the program is just now trying to teach me numbers one through ten. That’s something to give to a kindergartner. To each their own. My only gripe is the iOS app doesn’t sync as it should. I have to uninstall and reinstall it for it to sync if I redo a lesson. I sincerely hope that issue is fixed someday soon.
    more
  • Rosetta Stone is tops! Nov 25, 2019

    By Varnish Princess
    I wanted to wait several months before writing a review. I have now been studying Hebrew for six months with Rosetta Stone. I bought the year-long program, and I am on track for a one-year completion. I think you get a lot out of it if you put a lot into it. I study every day. The program is amazing! I had tried another program that was teaching me to transliterate into English first. It was slow and I wasn’t learning much because my eyes always went to the English transliteration rather than the Hebrew letters. I also tried a sample lesson with another company that used only audio as the “best way” to learn a language. I realized I am a visual learner, so just listening to audio did not work for me. But now with Rosetta Stone, I am reading the words in the Hebrew alphabet and understanding what I am reading. I awake in the middle of the night with Hebrew words and phrases running through my mind. The pictures are enjoyable, and help me to understand words and phrases. My vocabulary is amazing! I think my pronunciation is getting better and better as well. It is such a natural and fun way of learning. Right now, I am studying the past tense, and I thought it would be difficult, but I am understanding it just fine. When I get through with Hebrew, I may learn another language through Rosetta Stone just for fun!
    more
  • There's a reason so many companies and agencies insist on this product Sep 25, 2020

    By AubreyRLopez
    So: I dabbled in language learning for over 20 years... all kinds of methods. This has (by far) been the most effective. I finally invested in Rosetta Stone over 10 years ago when online learning wasn't an option for them yet (and after using their program for a college course). I then sprung for the online. I was officially sold on their first big sale for Veterans (at which time i took the plunge and got the lifetime online membership, for less than i paid for the original 6 CD package i purchased years ago). Since then: they have made AMAZING IMPROVEMENTS to the software and opened up more languages. My only complaint is about the app: it can get glitchy (doesn't recognize audio, doesn't update lessons as completed, trivial issues that correct themselves with some "tough love")... but if I force close the app then the issue resolved. Tech support is responsive, as well! I love their product and highly recommend giving it a try to see if it is a good fit for your learning style! (Also: ensure you join an individual coaching subscription or a social group to get one-on-one real world conversational experience/practice. Rosetta Stone offers this option, but I do not have my laptop/desktop set up for use currently)
    more
  • Immersion is the only way to really learn a language Jul 18, 2019

    By christianw13
    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.
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  • a review of the free program Feb 7, 2021

    By Didi Miller02
    Last year around the time of the onset of Corona Rosetta Stone released a 30 minute, 5 days a week, six-week long free program for about a dozen languages to be learned using the mobile app. I have a couple of minor grievances about it (like some small design errors and the fact that it’s limited to mobile), but for the most part the fact that it’s free trivializes all of them. The app is an incredible language program. Rosetta Stone’s reputation is not misplaced. For a free program there is a ton of space for personalization, and the program itself gives off a very psychologically well thought out feel as you go through it. It’s exactly the type of design that makes you feel like it’s working on you subconsciously through heavy repetition, meticulous pronunciation, and strict grading on your own pronunciation, to the point where even an eccentric accent will register as a verbal shortcoming, forcing you to tweak your pronunciation into the true sounds of the words and sentences. I haven’t spent anywhere near as much time with the app as I would have liked, but so far I am very impressed and excited to continue.
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  • Great app but needs some fixes. Jul 7, 2020

    By warning: dont download
    The app’s content is great. I am really happy with how it works and how easy it is to learn. The only problem with it is that the app has a few bugs that need to be fixed. Sometimes randomly when you’re asked to speak into the mic, for some reason it doesn’t work unless you exit the unit or sometimes even the app. Also, sometimes when you click on a section in a unit, it shows a loading screen that never goes away unless you refresh the app. Also, sometimes when you finish a section in a unit, it takes you back to the beginning of the unit instead of the next section that you’re up to (this one isn’t such a big bug). My only other problem with the app is that it is sometimes way too slow. It’s not a bug that makes it slow, it is the way the app was made. I personally tend to be a fast learner and it is very frustrating when a section says that it takes 10 minutes when I could finish it in 3 minutes if it didn’t take so long to process your answers and go to the next slide. The animation of matching the answer to the correct box is unnecessary and I think there should be an option to turn off the animation and replace it with a simple and fast check mark or x. Again, I think the app is great and I am only criticizing it because I really enjoy using this app and I use it quite frequently.
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  • Feb 10, 2021

    By Kensi Gregory
    So far so good. I wished the app had a feature that focused more on learning language's script's though, so I'll be able to comprehend reading and writing in the language. I am learning how to speech and understand words though, so for that it's good. I have the lifetime subscription which provides access to all languages, so hopefully within two years I'm able to speak and understand hindi as well as spanish.
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  • Great teaching technique but... May 24, 2020

    By GamersEvil
    This is the best language learning technique I could find. It is fun. It is effective. But please...please...fix the bugs. I use this app for many month now and after so many update on of the main bugs of the app is still unfixed. In the iPad and Mac (only when in full screen mode) the daily lesson will be un reachable after doing the first one. They scroll up and out of the screen! And reinstalling the app does not fix it. (As they said in a feedback I sent them) The other problem of the app is that the tutorials are confusing. Every time I recommend this app to somebody, I should sit next to them and help them understand the basics. I think the reason tutorials make everyone confuse is because when there is a tutorial on the screen, clicking on the correct answer does not work. You should first close the tutorial text and then try to answer. They all keep touching the right answer with no result and if I do not help them they dismiss the app as “confusing” and return to their old friend, the green owl. And for what ever reasons, stories and audio companion lessons are marked undone and do not sync between devices. This app is amazing if you learn how to tolerate the bugs. Fixing them should be your first priority.
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  • Feb 18, 2021

    By La Coyote
    I have been using Rosetta for quite some time. I was able to have a full conversation with grandmother because of rosetta stone. Recently, I am moving on to other languages but, I noticed some of the languages are not as extensive as others. A good example is Spanish compared go Hindi. Will there be an expansion on the limited languages any time soon? If so, when??? I would really love to learn more.
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  • An Awesome Language Tool Jan 25, 2021

    By Gert Blansten
    I have been using Rosettastone for over 10 years and have found their immersive way of instruction to be extremely effective. I thoroughly enjoy learning new languages and have found the hardest part of learning a language is speaking and getting immersed in it. Rosettastone has a comprehensive way of immersing you in your target language while introducing new concepts and grammatical structure. There are a few things I’ve had issues with, however. First, if you are using Rosettastone on your computer you will miss some of your writing lessons when you use the app. It does not even show you that you’re on or skipping a writing lesson it just happens. This bothers me enough to keep me from using the phone app and only use it on my computer. If this doesn’t bother you then you won’t have any issues. Also, if you’re trying to learn the depth of grammar and what not, you’ll need to buy a book and use additional sources to really nail in the language. I recommend at least learning the alphabet of your target language before jumping into Rosettastone. Otherwise, it’s absolutely worth the $179 one time payment to get this resource. It’s tried and true and provides all the immersion you’ll need to learn your next language.
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  • Mar 1, 2021

    By Tom Grant
    Just started with rosetta stone. I like the content but the way it is delivered is difficult. It seems to have a lot of using pictures to illicit phrases and yet on a phone the pictures are very small. Although it is possible to expand the pictures, this is time consuming and many of the answers are.dependent on being able to interpret the pictures the way the app wants you to rather than just simply practicing correct Italian.
    more
  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Jessica Pixler
    Buggy software makes me repeat lessons. No matter how many times I "pass" it takes me back to these exercises daily. It's annoying to manually find where I left off and start at the right place. Also be warned that it is immersion style teaching. Luckily my husband is a native speaker! There's no way to pause while seeing the lesson, so I'm often just guessing nouns and ignoring all other parts of speech. If I could go slower, I'd learn more. Update: still no fix from tech support for repeats.
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  • Feb 10, 2021

    By Philip Herot
    Decent app, w/ many problems. No option to turn off annoying tips even when you're a pro. Trying to redo a lesson series will get annoying popups each frame asking you if you really want to redo it. And for some reason there is no option for full landscape mode. Probably the best app out there for this, but that'll likely change soon as more competitors enter the market that have better interfaces at a better price. I do love that the full program is a single fee w/o subscription fees, though.
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  • Feb 16, 2021

    By e m-b
    I would really like it if it had a mini written lesson to go with each activity. Like an explanation of what the lesson is about. I feel I am going blind and I have to guess many answers based on the pictures, not really understanding what I am doing. Many times i find myself researching on the web, trying to understand and educate myself so I can complete the exercises. I do love the speaking and pronunciation interaction and feedback. The pictures are pretty.
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  • Feb 15, 2021

    By Tiarah Keye
    Great app the only downside is that i have to constantly repeat certain checkpoints. I've passed them so many times, however it still just shows that they are incomplete. This is really frustrating because I should be presented with a list of lesson from where I left off not where it refuses to grade my progress.
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  • Great concept horrid execution Feb 20, 2019

    By RussellSteven
    The teaching on this app, I love. It's a great idea. I wish I'd went month to month at this point though rather than pay for two years. It is the buggiest app I've ever used. In fact, it's so buggy the uncommon word "hate" comes to mind. I went all the way thru module three recently and got to the last lesson. I get a pop-up that says, skipping ahead? You didn't finish all the lessons. I go back and look and sure enough, the Review lesson I'd done said I'd not done it. This particular one I knew I'd done...8 times! You see, for the Review lessons, you can't retake and fix one card, it makes you retake the entire lesson! I wanted a 100% so I retook it until I did. Guess what... It apparently lost all progress. I ended up taking it two more times, finally getting everything right. When I finished, it said I missed one anyways. What!? I have another Review that I know I'll never get right because despite voice set to easy and having taken a year in college of German from a native German, it says I cannot pronounce one word. I gave up. In some lessons I can use the wrong word entirely when I'm trying to guess the dialogue and get a 100% but in the Review, which you must fully retake if you miss something, it won't get the single word right. In short, if you are a perfectionist or have limited time to waste on bugs, this is not the app for you. There are better ones for free that won't make you cuss in front of children or want to throw your phone.
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Erika Warthen
    This used to be an excellent app. I love it so much that I purchased lifetime subscriptions for myself and my daughter. Something has happened with the app and for MONTHS it hasn't worked. I've uninstalled and reinstalled multiple times and when I contacted support, they advised me to do the same thing... absolutely useless. After waiting a while I decided to install it again and of course, still not working!
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  • Why is it different?? Nov 20, 2018

    By Kaneko Ivy
    I got this because I have the actual PC version of the Japanese Rosetta Stone, and I thought I would be able to access it through the app. Instead, it’s acting like it's a completely different thing?? In the app I can see all the progress I’ve made from where I’ve done it on my computer, but I can’t continue anything and the only option is a huge green button that says “unlock full access” which asks if you want to buy a subscription when you hit it. I already bought the program (which was very expensive), so why in the world would I want to pay nearly as much as what I already purchased for the SAME THING I already purchased when I already have it?? This is just as bad as when Adobe switched from selling full real CD copies of their programs to being subscription-based. Very very disappointed that you can’t get free mobile access when you have already bought the darn thing; it feels like they’re punishing people who prefer buying complete versions instead of subscriptions. I could have sworn back when I bought my RS that it said there was a mobile option for people who bought the physical copy, but evidently this isn’t it. If they’re going to treat this like a totally separate thing you have to pay for, it seems like the progress from your physical copy shouldn’t even be there at all.
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  • The app isn't bad. Their billing is horrible. Jul 1, 2018

    By Sfgkiuggdrj
    You can download the app for free, and even do a lesson. Then it asks you to sign up for a subscription. If you wait a day or so, you get an email with a special offer of $5.99/month. Turns out though, it's not $5.99 a month, it's $147, paid all at once, which gets you a subscription for 24 months. Yes, that comes out to $5.99 a month if you don't understand finance, but it's a lot different if you don't want to pony up that much all at once. Worse, after the term is up, they'll automatically re-subscribe you at their full price, no discount. I hate this underhanded method of taking money from anyone who's not paying attention, and a bunch of people are going to pay a LOT of money for something they don't want. It's close to thievery, and it makes Rosetta Stone nearly dishonest. EDIT: After using this for a couple of weeks, I still think it's pretty good at teaching language. However, the speech module, where it listens to you and grades how well you say things, is completely useless. It doesn't understand you at all, no matter how clearly you say it, and no matter how low you set the bar. I had to turn off the Mic to be able to get through those chapters. The program complained that my Mic was bad, but it works just fine on audio notes and FaceTime, so it's not my Mic.
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  • Feb 24, 2021

    By David V
    The app content is generally good, but it is plagued by bugs. The reason I am giving Rosetta Stone one star is that their customer support is non-existent. I've spent weeks attempting to contact the company about problems with the app, but I've had no response, despite being a lifetime subscriber. This is simply not good enough.
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  • Feb 16, 2021

    By M Patrick
    Doesn't live up to the hype. At first, I was disappointed that it was not phone friendly. Some of the photos you match to words are (on my Samsung S8+) smaller than my little finger nail. You can expand them. But that's an extra step... Also, not all of the new phrases have translations. And there are exercises where you repeat sentences back. Some of those are long and you only get three tries. In Unit 9 nothing has translations. I shouldn't need to look words up to use a language app.
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  • Feb 6, 2021

    By Tim Pham
    The UI on the phone is so bad. So much extra room on the sides, but instead use tiny bottoms and pictures to click. The entire interface is backwards. Also, rather than reinforcing how to pronounce and recognize words, they just throw you into the deep end and expect you to figure out what specific words in each sentence means. You have to press the play button constantly to get the right pronouncing, but they make it so small on mobile, while wasting space on 3 other pictures.
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  • Worst learning system Jan 28, 2020

    By kuyakano
    I’ve learned Chinese with Berlitz and Spanish with Pimsleur programs. In the time it took to learn with those programs, I’d say I learned about 1/4 as much with Rosetta Stone. Their flawed system has absolutely NO DEFINITIONS to the pictures they show you, so you don’t know if the foreign word means sugar, salt, or the color white. Their customer service is useless and is also incapable of answering questions regarding the flawed teaching program. Basically you are paying for a guessing game, not a teaching system. I tried it for 6 months and was extremely disappointed in how useless it was in helping me learn a new language compared to previous programs. I learned less with Rosetta Stone than any other language program. Response to Rosetta Stone’s generic, cut and paste response: “pedagogical”??? Why don’t you just say ”teaching”? That’s all the word means is “teaching”. And “Dynamic Immersion” means A technique used in bilingual language education in which TWO languages are used for instruction. Thus, if you don’t know the word in one language, then the definition should be present in the other language. ROSETTA STONE DOES NOT OFFER THE DEFINITIONS IN THE OTHER LANGUAGE. I called your India based “support” countless times for help on this. Their favorite response is”I am sorry we can not help you” So please stop lying to people about your “pedagogical dynamic immersion” techniques, THEY DO NOE WORK.
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  • Feb 24, 2021

    By Blaise Beesch
    I tried registering but the could not advance to the next screen after inputting my info. Nothing happeneded after hitting "Next". After several attempts, I uninstalled, then reinstalled the app. Tried registering using the same info and it said there was an account already registered with that email. Tried logging in with the same email and password but it said the info was incorrect. Reset my password then had the same issue as when I tried registering. The next page would not load.
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