Mango Languages

Mango Languages

By Creative Empire, LLC

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2011-06-23
  • Current Version: 3.1.12
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 80.75 MB
  • Developer: Creative Empire, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,022 Ratings


Download the Mango Languages app to learn a new language on the go with hands-free features and offline accessibility. Prepare for business trips, family vacations, or study abroad with practical, conversation-based language lessons. START NOW: Try your first lesson in any language for free! In our comprehensive course units, you’ll learn vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture through interactive words and phrases, pronunciation pointers, plus local insights. HOW IT WORKS: Learn more about Mango Languages and our amazing language-learning methodology at UNIQUE FEATURES: • Linguist-approved language courses • Practical, real-world conversations • Native-speaker audio • Essential cultural insights • Designed with ADA standards in mind • Bluetooth syncing • Auto play for on-the-go learning • Downloadable lessons • 24/7 customer support ----------------------------- COURSES FOR ENGLISH SPEAKERS: • Arabic (Egyptian) • Arabic (Iraqi) • Arabic (Levantine) • Arabic (Modern Standard) • Armenian • Azerbaijani • Bengali • Chinese (Cantonese) • Chinese (Mandarin) • Croatian • Czech • Cherokee • Danish • Dari • Dutch • Dzongkha • Filipino (Tagalog) • Finnish • French • French (Canadian) • German • Greek • Greek (Ancient) • Greek (Koine) • Haitian Creole • Hawaiian • Hebrew (Modern) • Hebrew (Biblical) • Hindi • Hungarian • Icelandic • Indonesian • Igbo • Irish • Italian • Japanese • Javanese • Kazakh • Korean • Latin • Malay • Malayalam • Norwegian • Pashto • Persian (Farsi) • Polish • Portuguese (Brazilian) • Punjabi (Pakistani) • Romanian • Russian • Scottish Gaelic • Serbian • Slovak • Spanish (Latin American) • Spanish (Castilian) • Swahili • Swedish • Tamil • Telugu • Thai • Turkish • Tuvan • Ukrainian • Urdu • Uzbek • Vietnamese • Yiddish ENGLISH COURSES: • English for Arabic (Egyptian) Speakers • English for Arabic (Modern Standard) Speakers • English for Armenian Speakers • English for Bengali Speakers • English for Chinese (Cantonese) Speakers • English for Chinese (Mandarin) Speakers • English for French Speakers • English for German Speakers • English for Greek Speakers • English for Haitian Creole Speakers • English for Hmong Speakers • English for Italian Speakers • English for Japanese Speakers • English for Korean Speakers • English for Polish Speakers • English for Portuguese (Brazilian) Speakers • English for Russian Speakers • English for Somali Speakers • English for Spanish (Latin American) Speakers • English for Turkish Speakers • English for Vietnamese Speakers ------------------------------ GET FULL ACCESS: Want to learn more than one lesson? You can get full access to all of our language courses by linking your profile to a library/institution that offers Mango near you or by purchasing a subscription. There are two types of subscriptions: • All Access Monthly Subscription: An auto-renewable monthly subscription. • All Access Yearly Subscription: An auto-renewable annual subscription. Your iTunes account will be automatically charged at confirmation of purchase and for renewal at the same price as the original subscription within 24-hours of the scheduled end date of your current payment period. Your subscription may be managed by going to the user Account Settings after purchase. The auto-renewal feature can also be turned off in the Account Settings. When a subscription is canceled, access to the app's courses and features will expire at the end of the current payment period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user cancels a subscription. If you have a question or comment, feel free to contact us at FOLLOW @MANGOLANGUAGES: TERMS OF USE: PRIVACY POLICY:



  • Отлично! Perfecto! Amazing!

    By CodeTrooper
    Let's get straight to the pros: Works offline. Teaches to be conversational from the beginning, while working on vocabulary and some grammar at the same time. Has an amazingly large selection of languages, not just all the popular languages to learn. That includes Armenian, Cherokee, Hebrew and Greek (biblical and modern), and much else that I've never heard of. Is free through your local library membership! (Though I think buying it gets more content) Now for the cons... Doesn't really teach the foreign alphabets and pronunciation. That's the only con. But you could easily just look it up online and memorize the letters.
  • So far so good

    By Looking4todo
    Have not paid for anything, but I like the approach. If it does not do like others and dive in to fast once you pay it will be good. One bug maybe. Loses connection to Bluetooth headphones between pages. Either you don’t hear it or suddenly the sound is coming out of the phone speaker. If not for this, I would have given 5 stars.
  • It’s a good learning tool

    By HabibtiSora
    It’s great but I was trying to learn Chaldean and when I closed the app I couldn’t get back into it. It wouldn’t even let me find it again or restart. I don’t know how to fix it
  • Mango Languages is great

    By Madz_Kiki
    This app is awesome, I love the little culture and grammar notes it gives you and you don’t have to pay if you have a university or library that supports this. The only thing I could say, is that I would love more exercises to help as well but apart from that I love everything about mango Languages thank you.
  • Best language learning tool next to emersion

    By Kwaician
    Any language can be learned here. Better than Rosetta Stone hands down, I haven’t gone back and I have free access to both. It gives an overview of what you’ll be able to understand and speak by the end of the chapter and gives emersion tips about culture along the way. I’m On language 4 because of this. English, French, Spanish, and Japanese. Try it you won’t regret it.
  • Best Every

    By xzy28
    Have tried many programs over the last 20 years and this is by far the winner! It's fun, no boring memorizing. Have learned more in a few months with this program than all the others put together. If you seriously want to lean a new language, this the one to use - Believe me.
  • Ok

    By Queen of amazingness
    I loved this app at first but as I got into it. It didn’t help me remember the words from other chapter and since I’m learning French there is masculine and feminine nouns and it waited a while to tell me and about this and in the beginning I was speaking to my friends in French wrong.
  • Hands down the best language app

    By P.Himes
    I’ve used this app multiple times over the years and I just love it.Its rare to find a free app that actually has full quality content.This app covers everything you need and even gives you extra things you may just want to know how to say.Its easy and fun for any age.Im currently using it to learn Italian for a trip to Italy in a few months and so far it’s made me feel confident that I’ll know what I need to get around there.Only thing I wish it had was a vocabulary index to practice certain words without having to go through the lesson again but other than that.Highly recommended.
  • Overall a wonderful app- don’t like the multiple choice though

    By Kgirl27
    Up until a few years ago, I had been using Duolingo to learn german. But I felt I wasn’t learning anything real, so I set out to find something better. And after looking into a lot of apps that either cost money, or were nothing short of useless, I found Mango- and it was love at first sight. The spoken response format clicked with the way I learn. It showed me the way german grammar works, and I found I was making progress faster than I had ever believed I could! And I was developing the speaking skills and vocabulary you need to survive in another country. But then... something changed. They added multiple choice and fill in the blanks questions, which don’t provide the healthy challenge that was so helpful to my learning, and I now feel I’m learning less than before, which is unfortunate. Overall I love the app, but I would love it more if I had control over how much of my lessons is multiple choice and fill in the blank questions.
  • Amharic

    By mebsz
    I love this app but I would love it even more if you guys added the Ethiopian Amharic language. Please please