Learn Languages with Memrise

Learn Languages with Memrise for Pc


  • Category: Education
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-11
  • Current version: 2.3.48
  • File size: 142.29 MB
  • Developer: Memrise
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Learn Languages with Memrise on your Windows PC

Download Learn Languages with Memrise for Windows: Learn Languages with Memrise is an Education App, developed by Memrise. The Education App was officially released 2013-05-20. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Memrise, with the latest current version being 2.3.48 which was officially released on 2018-10-11. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 113,853 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 5 out of a possible 5.


Using Learn Languages with Memrise on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Learn Languages with Memrise on your computer in 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 


2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.


3: How to Use Learn Languages with Memrise for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Learn Languages with Memrise in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Learn Languages with Memrise application icon. A window of Learn Languages with Memrise will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Learn Languages with Memrise icon. Click on it and start using the application.



Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Learn Languages with Memrise

Developer Description

Have fun while learning a language with Memrise! The more you enjoy learning, the more (and quicker) you will learn. This is why entertainment mixed with real-life, relevant content is at the very core of the Memrise language learning experience. Learn French, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, German, Korean, Arabic, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, Danish, Swedish, Polish, Norwegian, Turkish, Dutch, Icelandic, Mongolian, or even learn English. ------ Best of 2016 iPad App of the Year - Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark ------ Do you want to connect with the world? Get ready for your next trip or adventure abroad? Improve your grammar? Then join our community of over 30 million language learners and develop real-life language skills through a rich variety of easy-to-use games, innovative chatbots and over 30,000 native speaker videos. Learning a new language has never been so simple! - OBJECT RECOGNITION: Explore the world around you and learn new vocab on the go. Scan your surroundings and snap a pic. Save images and the snapped object’s name in your chosen language. - Learn with Locals: Real people helping you learn real, everyday language in context. - A variety of exciting interactive games to learn and practice: Speed Review, Listening Skills, Difficult Words, Classic Review… - Pronunciation guide: Speak like a local by recording and comparing your pronunciation with locals. - Offline mode: Put your language skills to the test whenever and wherever is convenient for you. - Daily goals: Learn as many or as few words a day as you like, Memrise is tailored to you. Why learn a new language with Memrise? For our international team, nothing is more special than the ability to connect with new countries and cultures through language, and we want to share this with you! This is why we only teach useful, everyday words and phrases that enable you to have real conversations with real people. How? Our talented linguists and language experts work side-by-side with our world-class team of developers to create the very best language courses and games that are simple, enjoyable and accessible to everyone. Download the Memrise Pro language learning app and start your language journey now. ----------------------- Memrise offers: One-month subscription for $8.99 Three-month subscription for $18.99 Twelve-month subscription for $59.99 Lifetime subscription for $179.99 ----------------------- PLEASE NOTE: You will need a Memrise subscription in order to access all courses and features. Courses available may vary depending on the language of your device. • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal • Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase ----------------------- Your learning journey with Memrise continues in: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/memrise/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/memrise Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/memrise/ Privacy Policy: https://www.memrise.com/privacy/ Terms of Use: https://www.memrise.com/terms/

App Reviews

  • What I was missing with Duolingo - but too pricy

    5
    By Meg294
    I love Duolingo and use it every day, but I find some languages on the app are better set up than others. When I started learning Danish, I kept using it as obsessively as I had with other languages, but I found that something was missing. Memrise fills in the gap with native speakers in brief clips, reinforcing the correct pronunciation I’d been struggling with mastering on the Duolingo app. It’s also so helpful to see phrases and words in repetition on this app, which helps enormously with memorizing new words. I’m going to use both of these apps in tandem and I’m extremely excited to start using Memrise as part of my daily routine and to try out other languages on the app as well. I’m only on level two but I love it so far! EDIT: However, I think it is incredibly pricy for the limited amount of words that are available. The highest level will get you some elementary vocabulary, but 60 a year or 9 dollars a month is just far too expensive for something that does not get you in depth understanding of the language. It is set up incredibly well but until the developers offer a higher level of fluency and additional levels I can’t imagine myself paying for it, which is very disappointing.
  • An incredible app

    5
    By NickTheGovernor
    This app is simply stunning not only in its effectiveness but also simply the way it looks and feels when you use it. I used to use Duolingo only and now I simply use that app to compliment this one! Another great aspect would be that you don’t have to necessarily pay to learn, you can learn everything you need for free but at the same time you can purchase the premium membership (a membership, might i add, that is definitely worth it) so as to enhance your experience and learn faster. I have been referring my friends to use this app and they all seem to like it. Personally I have been using it for French for maybe a few months now, and i simply love the program, and I plan to use it to learn german starting around the new year. I was also wondering if perhaps you could add in some more languages, my key example being Hindi, as both myself and friends (and I’m sure many others who use this app) would be thrilled to see more languages added. So to put it simply, everyone I know who uses this app as well as myself simply adore it, and want to thank, and congratulate you, on your tremendous effort you have put into it, so as to help us all learn, and better ourselves.
  • Pretty good but not flexible enough

    4
    By leilani238
    Let me start out by saying I liked this app enough pay the subscription. It's a nice friendly app, and they have a lot of good content. That being said, I find it a pretty significant drawback that you have no control over how much repetition you get other than the "difficult words" – which more often than not represent times I was tired and misclicked. This feature would be a lot more useful if you could manually adjust the difficult words on the phone app as you can on the website, but feature parity is lacking here. Better, though, would be the ability to tell the app how much repetition you need both per data set and per word. For instance, for the Spanish vocab set I need far fewer repetitions in the app wants to give me, and for the Chinese set, I want way more. Even with in each language, there is variation by word – some Spanish words just don't click, and some Chinese words I've heard before or just seem natural. The lack of the sort of adaptability makes me not want to use the app for very long in a single session, or on consecutive days, because the practice feels extremely repetitive and not a good use of my time, even if I do nothing but "learn new words".
  • Mui Bien - gracious

    5
    By Jendave713
    This is an awesome app!!!! Maui easy to learn Spanish in a quick and easy to understand way that is very fun ! I love the videos of the native speakers ( so cute to see them speaking in their native language and having a big smile on their faces! ) I been really wanting to learn Spanish and tried using Rosetta Stone, but it is soooo expensive and being a full time college student I couldn't afford it. To have this app available right on my phone it is so cool to be able to work on a few words as I get time throughout the day! I purchased the PRO version to have all the available extras and it was mui worth it !! I really really loved the section where it has me practice typing words and then sentences in Spanish ! Favorite and most helpful app I have EVER purchased ! When I graduate I am so excited that I will now be able to speak to my Spanish clients in their own language - maybe not quite fluent but understandable to communicate and I am mui confident that I will be fluent in a mui short time ! Thank you so much for such an enjoyable and fun way to learn a skill that will be so helpful to me DAILY as I work to help those in my community as a social worker ! Gracious!
  • Revised Japanese is excellent!

    5
    By baenana
    I started using the Japanese module last year to supplement self-study, and it was frustrating. You only got hiragana, so words that are normally written in katakana looked wrong and were hard to read. Some kanji were introduced, but they weren’t really useful (e.g., tree, but no sentences using it). It’s almost always rude to address someone as “you,” but the module was full of sentences like “You look tired.” This has all been fixed, and I’m getting a lot out of it. They start with hiragana, and once you get the hang of that, they start throwing kanji at you for new vocabulary that’s normally written in kanji. It’s hard, but it’s a lot better than learning the words in hiragana and then having to relearn them in kanji. At level 16, you start learning katakana. They’ve also introduced names to use in place of “you” (e.g., “Ms. Riho looks tired”), which is the polite way to address people. The Japanese module is probably best for supplementing more-conventional study, and it will be perfect for someone who knows a little Japanese and wants to refresh or relearn it, such as someone who had a semester of Japanese in college years ago.
  • A pretty effective tool

    4
    By Hilton hotels hotline
    I have been using memrise in conjunction with Duolingo and a book set to learn Russian for a bit now. I’d totally give 5 stars, but there are a few issues, especially with the Russian course, that i feel need addressing. First of all, the way you learn the alphabet is a bit strange. I love how it gives you the character and the pronunciation, but sometimes in review, it gives you the sound of the letter and a few options in the English alphabet. For example, if there was a д sound, it would often just give me the choice of d instead of the character. This is a bit annoying since it doesn’t help me learn the alphabet, but rather makes me learn our alphabet, which I don’t really need reviewing on. I think it should at least incorporate the character, like show it alongside the sound button, or just have the character as an option. The app also doesn’t tel you what the characters are called, which is bad because if you only had the app, you wouldn’t be able to say what the character was, just the sound. Other than those alphabet learning issues, Memrise has definitely helped me with Russian, and I will definitely keep using it! Пака!
  • I knew I'd like it when I first saw it.

    5
    By Ashley2772
    I was recommended to try out Talk To Me In Korean! which was not a pleasant experience to try and navigate it or understand the words because they use an automated voice to pronounce the words, whereas Memrise uses actual people to pronounce the words. So right now I'm trying to learn Korean and Arabic because I feel like those are two challenging languages for someone whose first language is English and has tried French (with little success) and Spanish (which came easy to me). The only problem I really have is that I want to go back and try words that I don't feel sure on and I can't, or I just haven't found the way to do that yet. If I do find it, I'll be even happier than I already am. Also, being able to learn languages in terms of how the words and letters/characters are pronounced and also what they look like (if they don't use romanized characters--like with English letters) is really nice in this app, so thanks again Memrise for making it easier to learn languages!
  • Pretty great for beginners

    4
    By gawabby
    In my opinion, this is great for beginners (at least in Japanese) coming from someone who has taken a language class, it categorizes the alphabets and particles while learning a few phrases along the way. I’ve recently wanted to learn Japanese but my high school schedule doesn’t allow for me to take a language class yet, and I’m very eager to start since my dad has been talking about visiting Sasebou. I was exposed to the culture and animated movies at a young age and always had an appreciation for Japan. But lately whenever I use the app to learn new words the ad for a premium membership comes up. I’ll say no thanks and try to press the learn new words button and the same message pops back up. This has struck me dead in my tracks as I was trying at least once a day to practice and made good distance in the hiragana alphabet. I’ve tried other apps and they’re not what I need right now. Many people think it’s a glitch since even I can still go past the launch pads on my school account/laptop. This app is great besides that setback, please try to fix it please
  • For those serious about learning...

    4
    By Chelsea la chaparrita
    I’m already fluent in Spanish, speak both Castilian Spanish (Spain) and Mexican Spanish. However, since my husband is Mexican and we are raising our children speaking Spanish I wanted an app that helped me keep up with my Mexican Spanish since Castilian is often the first thing my brain jumps to when I’m speaking in Spanish. My first language is English and I’m constantly improving my Spanish language skills. I found this app to be a good way to constantly perfect my language skills. I also have some knowledge in German and a little in Russian and would like to take a look at those languages as well though Spanish is my main focus. I really love the app’s features though it’s a little pricey and I find the format a little confusing. I’m stuck doing level 1 words when I am way beyond that level of speaking, reading, and writing but maybe I’ll figure it out soon and by pass all of that. Either way I think no matter what level you are at in your language skills this app will help you perfect and reach your language goals.
  • Addictive & Informative

    4
    By Shorty0702
    I've only been using this app for a few hours. I am mostly self-taught and I think this app is good for those who are just starting out or are a bit familiar with the language. It seems to be a good tool to reinforce independent study. One thing I would suggest is that for languages with a different writing system, it's better not to rely on romanized spelling of the sounds. In my experience, it's much easier to train your ear to the sounds of each character if you aren't using the English characters as a crutch, since in a lot of cases, the sounds have no absolute English equivalent. I haven't gotten very far into the levels, so I don't know if this changes along the way, but that is the only negative I have found so far. I'm really enjoying this app!! *update* After initial introduction to the writing system/alphabet, the romanization is abandoned, which is great for general memorization of the characters and training your ear to the sounds. I also think picture visuals would be helpful in remembering verbs and vocabulary.

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