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10 Of The Best Apps To Learn Hindi

10 Of The Best Apps To Learn Hindi

Learning A New Language

Committing to learning a new language is no easy endeavor. It takes time, motivation, patience, finding the “right” language resources, memorization and repetition, etc. And when you are in a relationship with or marry someone whose family’s language is different from yours, it is worth the personal investment to try to learn the language. 

For those of you that are looking for the best apps available to learn Hindi, then look no further.  What are some of the best apps to learn Hindi? Here are 10 of the best apps to aid you in your mastery of Hindi. 

1.) Duolingo

 Learn Hindi via their game-like lessons. You earn points for correct answers, race against the clock, and level up. The lessons adapt to your learning style. Exercises are tailored to help you learn and review vocabulary. Download the app to learn anytime and anywhere.

2.) Mondly

Uses a game-based system to help you learn a new language. Mastering a new language with Mondly is fun, fast, and easy. The app focuses mostly on core words and phrases. It then introduces conversational Hindi and begins building your vocabulary. Download the app to learn anytime and anywhere.

3.) Learn Hindi –

Learn Hindi for free with fun, exciting, and culturally relevant lessons that are easy to listen to. But not only are they fun – they’re effective too! No more dry, out of date textbook storylines! Download the app to learn anytime and anywhere.

4.) Loecsen 

With Loecsen you will be introduced to an entire beginner’s course of Hindi for free. You will learn words, phrases, and practical expressions that you can use in everyday life, and that will be useful when traveling abroad.   There is also a downloadable Mp3 and pdf pack so you can practice everything.

5.) Memrise

 Memrise is a popular and powerful language learning app. It uses almost every teaching method available. It has grammar and vocabulary lessons, conversational Hindi lessons, and even a social element where you can talk to people who speak Hindi. You also get offline support, various quizzes, and tests for proficiency measurement, and a pronunciation guide with recordings of actual speakers. Download the app to learn anytime and anywhere.

6.) Rocket Languages

Rocket languages takes you from total newbie to speaking proficient Hindi. Rocket Hindi works on all angles of language acquisition: Perfect your accent, your listening skills, and your retention of what you learn through interactive audio lessons. And even learn how to write Devanagari via step-by-step videos.  Download the app to learn anytime and anywhere.

7.) Wyzant

Wyzant provides private lessons with the expert instructor of your choice. You decide when to meet, how much to pay, and who you want to work with.

8.) Preply

Preply is an online educational technology platform that pairs students with private tutors, either locally in-person or remotely via Skype. Just like Wyzant you decide when to meet, how much to pay, and who you want to work with. 

9.) Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone starts with conversational Hindi and slowly builds your vocabulary and grammar from there. It also has functions that let you practice your craft.  Download the app to learn anytime and anywhere.

10.) YouTube

You Tube offers a wide array of free videos that you can watch to learn Hindi at your convenience. Here is a video to learn Hindi through music.


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