Join over 300 million learners on Duolingo, the most popular way to learn languages! It’s free, fun and effective. The secret? Duolingo feels like a game and makes sure you stay motivated.
- - Duolingo is the most popular Web-based, Android, iPhone & iPad alternative to mylanguages.org.
- - Duolingo is the most popular free alternative to mylanguages.org.
Drops takes “boring” out of language learning: useful vocabulary is beamed into your memory via gorgeous minimalist illustrations and fast paced micro-games.
Babbel is the new way to learn a foreign language. The comprehensive learning system combines effective education methods with state-of-the-art technology.
- - Babbel is the most popular commercial alternative to mylanguages.org.
Learn 33 languages in 500 bite-size lessons and 14 conversational modules. Be on your way to fluency by mastering the most essential 5000 words and phrases spoken by professional voice actors.
Learn Spanish, French, German, Russian, and English with Lingvist – a hyper-efficient vocabulary builder that uses AI to improve your memory.
Toucan will teach you Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese and French without ever opening a textbook.
Active recall and spaced repetition with flash cards is an old and proven technique for effective learning. The goal of MemoMash is to offer a simple yet powerful implementation in pure web app form. This allows you to start learning without installing anything on your computer...
Lingualia is a new and revolutionary way to learn languages, it applies artificial intelligence to learn from you, your progress, your interests, your motivations or your available time. And with all this information it can adapt your learning to your unique needs.
Invite your friends and have fun as you learn languages online together. Participate in tournaments with other players around the world. You will discover thousands of new words and phrases. Complete your Lingo course and get your certificate!
Lexicum is a tool that helps you expand your foreign language vocabulary by providing exercises and vocabulary-based social exchange. It helps both learners attending a language class, and experienced speakers that casually encounter a new word.