Babbel – Learn Languages

Babbel – Learn Languages for Pc


  • Category: Education
  • Last Updated: 2018-09-12
  • Current version: 20.6.0
  • File size: 129.21 MB
  • Developer: Lesson Nine GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Babbel – Learn Languages on your Windows PC

Download Babbel – Learn Languages for Windows: Babbel – Learn Languages is an Education App, developed by Lesson Nine GmbH. The Education App was officially released 2014-06-11. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Lesson Nine GmbH, with the latest current version being 20.6.0 which was officially released on 2018-09-12. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 25,973 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.


Using Babbel – Learn Languages 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 Babbel – Learn Languages 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 Babbel – Learn Languages for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Babbel – Learn Languages in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Babbel – Learn Languages application icon. A window of Babbel – Learn Languages 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 Babbel – Learn Languages 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 Babbel – Learn Languages

Developer Description

Learn Spanish, French, Italian, German, and many more languages with Babbel. Developed by a team of language learning experts, Babbel has helped millions of people speak a new language with confidence. THE BABBEL METHOD Here’s what makes Babbel more effective than any other language learning app: 1. Confidence — Our goal is to get you speaking from your very first lesson. And our elegantly designed courses give you the confidence to get there. We teach you how to engage in practical, everyday conversations, making it easier for you to have authentic experiences in your new language. 2. Comprehension — Our lessons immerse you in relevant culture and real-life conversations. We want you to really take in the language, not just memorize useless phrases. And we provide helpful hints in English (or your native language) to make your new language more relatable. 3. Retention — We know you’re busy. That’s why our lessons are short but sweet: about 10-15 minutes, and designed to send your new language straight to long-term memory. We regularly refresh your memory with our dynamic review sessions, which target areas where you need improvement most. Finally, we make sure you really grasp what you’re learning by bringing it back later in a new context. FEATURES • 14 languages to choose from • 10-15 minute, bite-sized lessons that fit conveniently into your schedule • Lessons covering a wide range of useful topics, from travel to business (and more!) • Speech recognition technology to keep your pronunciation on point • Courses at a variety of skill levels, making Babbel ideal for both beginners and more advanced learners • Our robust Review Manager helps you retain new vocabulary • Learning progress that’s synchronized across all your devices, so you can easily pick up right where you left off LANGUAGES Spanish, French, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Polish, English, Indonesian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian WORKS FOR YOUR GOALS After just one month, you will be able to speak confidently about practical topics, such as: • Transportation • Shopping • Directions • Making friends and socializing • Dining And much more! WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT BABBEL “Babbel is one of the stalwarts of the online language-learning sphere.” -The Next Web “Babbel’s lessons, unlike Duolingo’s, first focus on building basic conversational skills.” -The Economist “Babbel exceeds expectations, delivering high-quality, self-paced courses in 13 languages.” -PC Magazine *Named 2016’s “most innovative company in education” by Fast Company* *The World’s Highest Grossing Language Learning App* PLEASE NOTE You will need a subscription in order to get access to the full learning materials for one language. Each subscription will be automatically renewed unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current payment period. Your iTunes account will be automatically charged at the same price for renewal within the 24-hour period prior to the end of the current payment period unless you change your subscription preferences in your iTunes 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. You'll get access to all courses for the following durations: 1 month 3 months 6 months 12 months Privacy policy: https://about.babbel.com/en/privacy/ Terms of use: https://about.babbel.com/en/terms/ GET IN TOUCH : Any ideas, comments or feedback? Then we’d love to hear it! Email us at support-mobile@babbel.com YOU CAN ALSO... ...visit us at www.babbel.com ...like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/babbel.languages ...watch us on Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/LessonNine …follow us on Twitter twitter.com/babbel or on Instagram: instagram.com/babbel.languages/ Team Babbel

App Reviews

  • Coming from Pimsluer Russian

    5
    By 240sxdesign
    I studied Pimsluer Russian but the duration of time it took along with the lack of writing and visuals made it easy to speak but difficult to ensure I was saying the right thing, either pronunciation or the right version of the word within the sentence, such as “a” and “и.” I did make it through Stage 1 (of 3) with them and it made the beginning of this app very simple as I knew a good amount right off the bat, but this app ties in visual, auditory, muscle and speach in a way that’s much quicker and easier to understand what you are saying. I also found it really helpful the way they group the language together, and how they explain how and why certain parts of the language are the way they are. These concepts are essential to understanding the language but I was completely missing out with Pimsluer. It’s fast, fun and can be done in my free time. If I take a week off I can be confident to pick it all back up again rather than be faced with the choice to listen to a 45 minute seminar that I’ve already heard or go to the next one and not remember everything from last week. Try the app out! It’s fun and refreshing!
  • Classroom style learning at home

    4
    By Christopherbrown0317
    Babbel offers first and second semester college level language learning. I am trying to become conversational in Spanish after being married to a native speaker for 11 years and taking several college courses in the language. I would give 5 stars, but there is no way to test out of the beginning lessons and focus on what you need to improve on as there is in an app like Duolingo. I find myself using Duolingo more because it is more fun and brings a game like aspect to learning, but when I want to focus on technical details of the language I turn to babbel. As with any language learning regimen, this app must only be part of your learning plan if you wish to be fluent. You must speak with people in the language and immerse yourself In it by reading and listening to it. I get my news from CNN español now, and I listen to Spanish radio and tv whenever I can. Having a native speaker in the house doesn't hurt either! Overall, I am satisfied with babbel, I just wish it wasn't so similar to the structure I was used to from the classroom, it doesn't feel very useful!
  • Great program

    5
    By bast3200bc
    I have been wanting to learn Spanish for a very long time but programs were all so expensive and there were limited programs as it was. Well, when I got my iPhone I discovered several great programs at a really great and reasonable price. I tried several of them through their trial periods and decided on this one and Duolingo. Combined I feel like I am learning faster than if I had gone with the one program that’s so popular, I think everyone knows which I’m talking about. I believe I have come a long way in just two weeks. I also paired these programs with a distance education course which make me accountable to actually follow through because I am paying for all of it and do not want my money to go to waste. Aside from all that, this is a great running program. I haven’t encountered any sort of glitch or hang ups yet. It’s pretty close to a perfect app that one could hope for. So here’s to learning, staying committed, and actually having fun while doing all the work! I would most definitely recommend this app 100%!!
  • Worth the Purchase

    5
    By QBsince1933
    I’ve loved Babbel ever since I saw how many freakin’ lessons they have! It really does a good job of teaching grammer, vocab and rules, plus some of the differences in Spanish in all the countries that speak it. My favorite feature would have to be simulated conversations. It gets you started listening to Spanish and is a GREAT way to practice the grammar you’ve learned. My only critiques would be that I wish there was a better re-cap at the end of each lesson in the Words and Sentences section, such as a simulated conversation that includes all the words/phrases that were covered. I also wish there was a better way to review past material, like better built in flash cards. I find myself using a separate flashcards app to do this. Also the Spanish it teaches in from Spain, and I wish when they taught vocab they’d include the words used in Latin America too. Still, Babbel is the best language learning app I’ve used so far (I like it way more than Doulingo) and I’d recommend it to anyone.
  • Dit is GOED....

    4
    By iChucky
    I’ve been studying the Dutch/Flemish language for years, and after using almost useless books, tapes & CDs that evidently don’t teach the way I learn best, I bit the bullet & went with some serious interactive programs. Learning a language by yourself that is not spoken within several thousands of miles of you is challenge enough, but you can do it with the right type of help. I just started using Babble last night, and I’m learning things I did not learn on my expensive Rosetta Stone computer programs. One advantage is that I’m using Babble on my iPad... another is that Babble seems to be a more conversational style of Dutch than Rosetta Stone, and probably closer to what I’ll need the next time I’m in Amsterdam, Bruxelles (they speak Flemish), or CapeTown (Afrikaans is one of the official languages in SA), where different dialects of Nederlands are spoken. While Rosetta Stone provided me with a strong foundation in the language and is making Babbel easier for me, I honestly believe Babbel’s program is making me a better Dutch speaker.
  • Very Impressed So Far

    5
    By MHM117
    My husband is from Italy and his parents do not speak any English, so I decided to finally bite the bullet and see how much Italian I could learn. I got the six month subscription as a Christmas present and so far I’m very impressed. The lessons do a great job of not overwhelming me while still teaching me a great deal of information. I am still at a very basic level, but my husband is very impressed with my progress so far. I like how tips pop up throughout the lessons and they mix multiple relevant topics within each lesson. My only critique is that I wish there were more features in the review section other than just flashcards. When I studied Spanish in school I loved having a running list of the verbs we’ve learned and their conjugations. This would be super helpful to look back at. Also including some review games would be beneficial. Overall a great app and something I would recommend to any beginners!
  • J’adore Babbel!

    5
    By mermaids14
    I’m loving this app! The lessons are plentiful and fun and you can go at your own pace, though challenging yourself becomes rather addictive and makes you want to keep going, one lesson into the next! I am impressed by how many lessons there are and excited by the breadth and variety. In my estimation and considering how many hours of study you receive, Babbel is a real bargain as learning tool. Some a-ha moments happen along the way. Just when you might think you’re not quite getting it, the lesson structure will help things click. The lessons move you along fairly quickly, so I think the lesson reviews are the key (la cle!) to retaining what you have learned. For me personally, I’m glad that I went into this with a public school French class foundation. Remembering and revisiting the basics of what I had studied nearly 40 years ago makes building upon a desired, but latently pursued skill all the more satisfying. A+++!
  • Very useful with exceptions

    4
    By chef4 life
    As a person who works with Spanish speakers daily I find this app to be extremely useful. However, the Spanish in this app focuses on Spanish from Spain and does not include a more specific Spanish speaking countries like Mexico. Perhaps in the future this could be an upgrade? Learn Spain Spanish or Mexican Spanish? Since in Mexico, they do not use some of the same vocabulary as hey do in Spain. Also, some of the audio fill in the blanks do not enunciate well enough for a student to understand what they are saying. I understand dialect is important, but and Spanish is a quick language, but some of the beginner lessons should have slower speaking audio. (Granted it is one voice in particular, but often I do not know what is being said.) The voice recognition is extremely particular in enunciation I opted to do writing answers vs speaking them. Overall, I have learned more in 2 weeks using this app than 2 years of classes in high school.
  • I am so proud of myself! Thank you Babbel!

    5
    By Alaskansharon
    The diversity of learning techniques is great. Here is a summary: Hear it, say it, select it, put the syllables in order, spell it, use it in a sentence, hear it and spell it from its place in the sentence. So many many lessons! Section one and two have chapters divided primarily in lessons of threes a- introduces topic, b- more into that topic, c- review all of that topic. Each lesson section gives maybe 9-12 words, some easy, some not. Section one and two have almost 50 lessons. Then there are the “words and sentences”, “grammar”, etc. Over 20 subjects, each having 10-15 lessons. They are no where near as well-covered. It’s harder to learn without the depth of the main chapters. I tried to mix it in as I studied the main chapters, but I still have so far to go with these. I subsidize this with an app called Indonesian Dictionary by Ithinkdiff. I put these words in their bookmarks and play games with them. By the time I complete this course, I will be able to communicate on many subjects and be understood. Even with where I am, I could figure some good conversations out. I’m going to continue and pay monthly. I passed my initial payment time period. If all I did were the primary lessons and not put time into the less covered words, I could have completed that much before running out of money.
  • Very helpful!

    5
    By KurtB289
    I’ve taken some Spanish when in college, but it always seemed to go too fast. Cover a subject, memorize, and regurgitate the information and move on. Only, that method never really stuck with me. I consider myself a beginner and I needed a course that would allow me to do it at my pace. With Babbel I can go back to previous courses a take them again to make them ‘stick’ in my brain. My only problem is the review tests in the app. I wish I could do the review test over and over, but I can’t. Once you take the tests they’re gone. Unless I’m wrong and you can somehow reset the feature to allow multiple review tests, I have not found a way yet. Really like the app. Would definitely recommend it. I has me inspired to one day take a South American Spanish immersion course for a few weeks, then move on to take the DELE exam. If you dream, dream big. Right?

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