Rosetta Stone: Learn Language

Rosetta Stone: Learn Language

By Rosetta Stone, Ltd.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2011-06-02
  • Current Version: 5.2.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 195.56 MB
  • Developer: Rosetta Stone, Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 59,185 Ratings


Learn a new language intuitively with Rosetta Stone, the most trusted name in language learning. Pick up words and concepts instinctively and without translation. Rosetta Stone’s award-winning free mobile app trains you to associate words with imagery in real-life situations, so you can fully engage with your new language. It’s a natural way of learning that grows your ability so you can speak confidently in any setting. Join the millions of people who have discovered a new language with Rosetta Stone. • 2017 Platinum Award for Best Educational App by the Best Mobile App Awards • 2017 Best Productivity & Utilities App by Mobile UX Awards • 2016 PCMag Editors’ Choice TOP 3 FEATURES 1. Improve your pronunciation with TruAccent®, the world’s best speech recognition technology. 2. Learn with the Rosetta Stone immersion method. Move easily from words, to phrases, to conversations. 3. Perfect your language skills offline. Listen to our downloadable lessons and keep learning, wherever you are. YOUR ROSETTA STONE JOURNEY 1. Open up your world. Choose from 24 languages: Spanish (Latin America), Spanish (Spain), English (US), English (UK), French, Japanese, Italian, German, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Korean, Dutch, Tagalog, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Irish, Farsi, Polish, Swedish, Turkish, and Vietnamese. 2. Begin your journey. Practice learning the basic greetings, questions, and phrases you need to introduce yourself, get around, and start simple conversations. Refine your accent with our TruAccent® technology. Read short stories aloud for instant feedback. What you learn now is the foundation of your language journey. 3. Find your feet. This is where your learning experience really gets going. Get outside and explore your surroundings! Eat out, order a drink, ask for directions, haggle over an item, or make a new friend. Consult our easy-to-access Phrasebook for greetings, phrases, and useful expressions. Out and about without internet access? Learn offline with downloadable lessons, or listen to our audio companion. 4. Express yourself. You’re now beginning to feel confident expressing feelings and opinions in your new language. You can talk about everyday life, ask for advice, communicate with clients, and make jokes. You’re surprised at how much you can speak and understand! 5. Converse with ease. You’re thinking, expressing feelings, and dreaming in your new language. You can conduct business and socialize with confidence. You’re expressing yourself on a range of topics, from politics to sports, and everything in between. Congratulations! Strangers become friends and the world becomes a smaller place when you’ve learned a new language. Download Rosetta Stone and start your language learning journey today! ------------------------------------------------------------- TRY IT: Download to try the first lesson, story, audio companion and our entire Phrasebook for free (other lessons available upon full purchase of the product). CURRENT SUBSCRIBERS: • Get full access to all lessons, stories, and audio companion when you subscribe to Rosetta Stone. • Payment will be charged to your Apple ID. • Your account will be auto-renewed 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. • Manage or cancel your subscription from your App Store User Settings at any time after purchasing. Payment will be taken until the end of the current period. EDUCATION OR ENTERPRISE USERS: • Unlimited use of Rosetta Stone's mobile app is available for existing Education or Enterprise users. For questions or assistance, please visit cryptocurrecy coin



  • IOS app is bad

    By AmaDazzle
    I couldn't even create an account. The app forces landscape orientation, and then takes up so much of the screen with keyboard that after the "first name" screen, you can't even see what it's asking for, and there's no way to scroll up to look. Went to the website hoping to sign up so I could just log in, but there you can't even sign up without paying an exorbitant fee. No thanks. I'll stick with Duolingo.
  • Mary

    By Spanish1970
    Gives you a chance to review😃
  • Charm D

    By Charm D
    I’m actually understanding the app. Sometimes I’m a slow learner, but I’m understanding the pictures and how the Spanish language have different pronunciation for boy, girl, man, and woman.
  • Upset about in-app purchases

    By avrg jo tryn to lrn italian
    I was learning Italian very well on level one but when I got to level two you and to pay money for it! I am not old enough to have a credit card so I have to find another app to learn Italian on.
  • There are better apps for FREE

    By Jason Curtis
    When wanting to learn Spanish I went straight to the Rosetta Stone, I’ve always heard good things. I found it difficult to redo a lesson in the app. Then a friend showed me Duolingo. It isn’t that Rosetta Stone is bad, I’m sure some people prefer it. I was a little disappointed to pay so much for something that was free.
  • Great app.

    By god306
    This is a great way to learn English. Anywhere, anytime.
  • Very convenient

    By MyFirstReviewEver!!
    Now that I have Rosetta Stone on my phone, I study anywhere and more often.
  • Love it

    By Kbmfhcmohbd
    Will purchase the full package. I’m growing more confident with my pronunciation. It gives information in fragments but if your a really practicing on a daily basis then you’ll soon be able to piece those fragments into sentences. :)
  • Poorly designed

    By Calixar
    I downloaded the app and tried to register.... but it won’t let me see what information I’m expected to type in. I got first name... email... then a keyboard and a greyed-out “next” button. The app is so bad I can’t even finish registration!
  • I’m Actually Learning!

    By LearningLover512
    I haven’t gotten very far into the app yet (I’m only in basics for Spanish) but so far I have actually learned how to pronounce and identify different words. I’m also getting better at learning the grammar of the language, such as la is for a singular feminine noun and el is for a singular masculine noun. Seeing as I just started I might see some flaws with it later but so far I am learning which is something I have never been able to do with a language before. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to learn a new language. So far it’s way better than flash cards trust me. ❤️