HelloTalk – the 1st Language Exchange Social Networking App
Today we present a new tool for learning languages, it is a language exchange app where you can practice with native speakers.
We encourage you to try it and tell us what you think.
www.HelloTalk.com (Language Exchange App)
Finally, learning and practicing a new language is easier and more intuitive than ever. Introducing HelloTalk for iOS and Android, the language exchange app where your teachers are native language speakers from around the world.
You pick the language you want to learn—there are over 100 from which to select—and almost instantaneously you’ll be in touch with native speakers of that language; you’ll start learning and practicing immediately.
Today, over 1,3 million language enthusiasts benefit from world’s largest mobile language learning community teaching and learning more than 100 languages! Users hail from over 200 countries around the world, with 59% learning English, 9% learning Korean, 8% learning Japanese, 5% learning Spanish, 4% learning Chinese, and 15% learning a variety of other languages including French, Italian, Finnish, Russian, Arabic, German, and more. HelloTalk supports over 100 languages, which includes Navajo and Esperanto.
As a language enthusiast you know how important it is to regularly practice the language you’re learning. And with HelloTalk, learning and practicing a new language have never been easier. HelloTalk, a mobile-and-tablet-based application, are especially conducive to today’s busy, on-the-go lifestyle of people around the world, allowing them to communicate with native language speakers in real-time, at their own pace.
HelloTalk isn’t a course you have to strictly follow; rather, you learn and practice at a pace that best meets the way you learn. Practice foreign languages with people around the world. Simultaneously speak and type the language you’re learning. Record your voice before speaking to your HelloTalk friends and compare your recording to standard pronunciations. Easily translate whenever you don’t understand, and so much more.