Drops: Learn 31 new languages

Drops: Learn 31 new languages for Pc

  • Category: Education
  • Last Updated: 2018-11-09
  • Current version: 30.2
  • File size: 142.50 MB
  • Developer: PLANB LABS OU
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Drops: Learn 31 new languages on your Windows PC

Download Drops: Learn 31 new languages for Windows: Drops: Learn 31 new languages is an Education App, developed by PLANB LABS OU. The Education App was officially released 2014-11-15. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - PLANB LABS OU, with the latest current version being 30.2 which was officially released on 2018-11-09. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 28,712 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Drops: Learn 31 new 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 Drops: Learn 31 new 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 Drops: Learn 31 new 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 Drops: Learn 31 new languages in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Drops: Learn 31 new languages application icon. A window of Drops: Learn 31 new 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 Drops: Learn 31 new 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 Drops: Learn 31 new languages

Developer Description

App Of The Day in 100+ countries! With over 31 free languages to choose from, Drops’ short, beautiful word games make learning a new language fun. =========== Here are the key features that makes Drops the #1 pick for you: – 100% of our content is completely FREE! – Professionally curated wordlists with more than 2600 words that cover 90% of everyday word usage – Every single word is beautifully illustrated: connect the new words to illustrations rather than translations. Faster, better and more fun! :) – Crystal-clear audio created by professional voice actors covering 100% of our content – Learn how to write: character learning helps you pick up any new alphabet or writing system using your only smartphone – Advanced statistics: after each session you’ll see your daily progress with a detailed report of all words that you studied – Ever felt entertained while learning a new language? Now you will! Drops has a game-changing approach to language learning - literally. We took the “boring” out of vocabulary learning! =========== Available languages: • American English / British English • Arabic • Spanish / Latin-American Spanish • Danish • Dutch • Esperanto • European Portuguese / Brazilian Portuguese • French • German • Hawaiian • Hebrew • Hindi • Hungarian • Icelandic • Indonesian • Italian • Japanese • Korean • Mandarin Chinese / Cantonese • Norwegian • Polish • Russian • Swedish • Tagalog (Filipino) • Thai • Turkish • Vietnamese Only 5 minutes a day: Drops limits your learning time to 5 minutes. This might sound crazy but it works like charm. Learning a new language might feel overwhelming, but by chunking down into 5-minute sprints, the obstacles standing in your way of finally starting to learn that new language are made obsolete.. No excuses: you ALWAYS have 5 minutes! The time limit encourages intense focus which further enhances the effectiveness of memorization. 100% visual learning: Every single word is beautifully illustrated. Your eyes will appreciate the gorgeous pictures and your mind will store the new memories more efficiently. You won’t have use the word of your native language, but instead, connect the new words to the illustration of the meaning. Faster, better and more fun! :) Effortless practice: We took a good look at why games are so fun and addictive, then and integrated those elements into Drops to create an app that is incredibly immersive. But unlike other games, in this case, you don’t waste your time playing. Instead you build a valuable asset--knowledge of a new language. Swipe-based: We believe in fast-paced, intuitive learning, and typing on your phone’s keyboard is anything but fast. Say hello to rapid swipes and taps! You’ll need those extra seconds to get the most out of your 5 minutes. ;) Strategic vocabulary selection: The “what” is perhaps more important than “how”. We handpicked 2600+ practical words in 100 topics that you’ll actually use when you let’s say travel to a country where your new language is spoken. ----------------- Keep tuned as even more languages are in the works! Payment information: - Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period - 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 - No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period Have questions? Feel free to contact us at sup@languagedrops.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/language_drops Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LearnwithDrops Blog: https://medium.com/languagedrops Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/language_drops/ Privacy Policy and Terms of Use: http://languagedrops.com/privacypolicy.html

App Reviews

  • Engaging Way to Learn a Language

    By Ted Daisher
    I've been using drops for about three weeks now, specifically to leisurely learn Japanese. I have the "genius" subscription (about $8 a month--I think--for unlimited use). I've found it to be a fun and convenient way to build my vocabulary. In the Japanese section there are over a 1000 words available, so there's plenty of material. After introducing a word, the app gives a good mix of entertaining matching, spelling, etc. drills to help cement the word. For Japanese, there's two difficulty settings: beginner (only hiragana) and intermediate (katakana and kanji). There's also an option to have romaji subtitles. I've found the beginner setting great for working on basic pronunciation and the intermediate good for getting familiar with kanji. In the beginner setting, there's a hiragana section in which you can get familiar with all the symbols (which I loved). There isn't a section for voiced hiragana or voiced katakana, but there are other flash card-style apps available for the syllabaries, so it's not a huge issue. The app has a dojo section in which you can practice all the words you've reviewed together. I've really liked it as a way of gauging my progress. For me, the dojo always crashes on the intermediate setting, but when I contacted drops about it they replied right away, and I'm confident they'll fix it. Overall, I think this is a great app and I definitely recommend it.
  • Amonst exactly what I was seeking!

    By spandrelf
    To recover lost vocabulary in Japanese, I wanted something like this: brief and engaging daily games offering new words interspersed with review, organized by level and topic. Minor complaints: the Romaji included errors -- at least one badly incorrect transliteration ("ferry") plus many letter-combinations, in the spelling game, that "break" Japanese syllables inappropriately. (Luckily my kana recognition is decent so I turned romaji off and I see no errors in the kana.) It seems the app uses the same framework for many languages. The odd result, for Japanese, is a tedious ratio of "garaigo" English vocabulary (English through a Japanese phonetic filter). It would be great to have an option to toggle these words off. And there are a few concepts forced into a word-for-word translation here ("or" for example) when in fact Japanese uses a different grammatical structure to accomplish what an English word or phrase does. And there's nothing in this app to help explain that "hai" does NOT quite mean "yes" but something more noncommital, etc. So I would be wary of recommending this app as a first exposure. Someone brushing up on rusty skills, though, can shrug and move on without being misled. Last, the reinforcement icon at the end of each mini-challenge lingers just a moment too long for me, preventing a real game-like flow. Others may like the pacing. A timing slider in settings would be a simple fix.
  • Good for beginners & advanced!

    By kbrown119
    This is the only vocab learning app that I’ve found to be a good multi-tool for beginners and advanced speakers! I originally downloaded it at first to learn Russian vocabulary, in which I’m essentially a total beginner. I soon realized you can easily switch between many languages, and as a C1 level German speaker, thought I’d see what they had to offer there. Because of the way Drops organizes lessons into themes, I’m able to learn/re-learn vocabulary for subjects that I didn’t learn or have since forgotten in my path to fluency (like specific flower types, elements of biology, etc.), without first having to suffer through beginner’s vocabulary. Although there’s always a few words I already knew, I have, notably, still learned at least one new word from each 5-minute lesson in new subjects (which is a victory to me) or relearned words which I only previously glossed over in my studies. I’ve also found it completely worth it to pay for the full version of the app in order to have unlimited learning sessions, which is a lot coming from me, as I do not purchase apps as a general rule. Thank you for giving me a small foundation on which to continue my Russian studies and for improving my advanced German skills one word at a time! :)
  • great app but...

    By (500)daysofsummer
    even though it's extremely user-friendly in many ways and has a very streamlined navigation process through the app their biggest fault I can tell after only using it for five minutes is the inability to choose multiple languages at a time and take part in multiple languages like you would with Duolingo, if there's an update coming soon you guys should definitely at least consider making it possible for somebody to learn multiple like for instants your app is one of the only apps that offers Korean but that doesn't mean that I don't want to also learn Chinese vocabulary Arabic vocabulary Hebrew vocabulary Japanese vocabulary etc you guys are one of the only language learning apps that offers nonromantic non Latin-based languages ( or at the very least strictly European languages) which makes it hard for anybody that doesn't want to sit around in Europe and sip coffees all day but actually wants to go out in the world and meet new people of similar and different cultures and see new things. so thanks keep up the great work and literally just by adding the capability of learning multiple languages at a time you've elevated yourself above duolingo because the worst thing about them is there all Caucasian language selection and general lack of diversity. good luck y'all
  • Amazing!

    By Jenysterrrr
    The teaching style of Drops is amazing! Although I do wish the daily limitation wasn’t there or at least is longer than 5 minutes. If one wanted to solely use Drops to learn languages, that 5 minutes surely doesn’t seem enough unless we are forced to pay to do so. Nonetheless I am currently attempting to learn, Mandarin, korean, Japanese and Thai and I can say that I have learned a lot more in 5 minutes than just reading and forcibly memorising by book, or online. This is an amazing program, quite different from the likes of Duolingo, but if you might add a kind of detailed lessons into each part you teaching, like that on The Duolingo web version where each section has a detailed breakdown or summary type of paragraph where it teaches you how to use each thing you learned. Although I haven’t been using this long, nor have I got the chance to explore further into your app to see if you already have this feature since it limits my usage this is an exceptional programme and I hope you can continue the hard work it surely will help me learn a lot of languages in my life!
  • Guys if it aint broke don’t fix it

    By Generous Prince
    While the app itself is amazing and desevers nothing less than 5 stars, this new update os horrible. And this is coming from a guy who probably wrote an app review about 3 times total in his lifetime. I love this app, and everytime I open it I am filled with joy and happiness as the layout is flawless and the effectiveness could not be better. But after this update I had to close out of it after only 3 minutes. The layout is horrific to the eye now, with everything on screen almost going off the edge of the screen such as the back button and the time, the live motion of the icon that comes with the words is super distracting and messes me up when choosing the right answer, and ESPECIALLY when it’s one where you have to spell the word out. So so SO distracting. And also its moving alot slower and less responsive now. I almost don’t even want to use the app anymore, and this is sad because when I help people learn new languages, I give them a list of about 4 programs that is all the need for effective language learning and this app is one of the 4. And if I, someone who has been using it for months on end doesn’t even want to look at it, what can I expect from them? If it ain’t broke don’t fix it, and this was a huge step backwards guys.
  • This app is the absolute best

    By Carla.Jemzie
    This app I highly recommend people to download it. This is the best app that I have ever downloaded to learn German. I always wanted to learn German this is the perfect app for learning this. I highly recommend this so much that I recommended it to my best friend and all of my people in my contacts that are struggling with A language. This is the fastest and easiest way to learn a new language . I don’t think there any mistakes with this app I think this app is perfect for beginners I know I keep saying that I highly requested this but I just really do and this is a really good app! It’s a five star for me no doubt this app has a bunch of languages and I love the font and background of it it is really pretty and and also motivates you to learn the language that you want to learn and it has daily reminders which I think is perfect for beginners app so you can do this on a daily basis and not make it hard. It is also fun to use because it makes you like match things and and say them and it’s really fun I’ll tell you what!😍
  • Spandrelf is an imbecile.

    By Danieltheman3000
    This app is perfect compared to 95% of the other language learning apps. The only reason I'm here is to say I couldn't spell nomimono(drink) once, hopefully it was just because I have a slow iPod 5. Also nice going with having auto correction help you out spandrelf :), so I looked up etcetera and I've never seen it used after just one word, you're the first iv'e ever seen do that. If you're looking to play a game, PURCHASE A PS4 ”you will have 0 arguments on that". And hai does in fact mean ”yes" people, if said in the proper manner. It is OBVIOUSLY noncommittal here in this app and like most apps because like Siri....................................................................................................... Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Oh before I forget, Purchase the polyglot plan(100$) and you will have no problems with the kana(hiragana and katakana), either that OR GET A BETTER DEVICE. In this world,NOTHING BUT THE AIR YOU BREATH IS FREE, so get a job instead of wasting time TYPING BULLCR*P all day. I'm talking to all you cheap idiots who rated this app 4 stars because you're SOOOO CHEAP.
  • Спасибо!!!!!!!!

    By StarWarsFan2004
    I am an American-born, Slavic-blooded (mainly Polish) guy who took up languages as a hobby. I actually started with German on Duolingo but then moved to Russian. Duolingo’s course wasn’t the best with Russian, nor is it with Polish. Russian in particular wasn’t very good because they don’t teach you the alphabet well. This app’s Russian course has an entire section devoted to the Cyrillic alphabet, and it helped A TON with learning basic Russian. And the fact that you launched a Polish course!! Polish pride!!! 🇵🇱 All I can say is a response, a culmination, a compilation, of everything you’ve taught me, and summed up... that’s a simple спасибо. спасибо for helping me learn Russian. спасибо for helping me connect more with my people, my blood, my family. спасибо for also launching a Polish course so I can connect and learn even more! спасибо for making your app. I really and truly appreciate it, and I can’t wait to start learning Polish and use the language skills you have taught me to get into business and a career path I know I will enjoy. спасибо, и пока.
  • Good so far

    By Vinncent
    I just downloaded this game, I’ve used other apps before as well, but I’m glad that this one focuses on pictures as well as making you spell it, I also say the new language every time and it’s good to get the mindset put in to memorize each pic with the word or phrase. All in all it’s pretty fun, guess we will see how it pans out. Update; As I continue along with the game it is really amazing as to what you can learn but it seems there are a lot of things that you do learn that are seemingly the same thing so it would be nice if when you get the answer correct for when you are trying to repeat a word, it shows you what the word means again so that you know that’s what it means. Obviously I can’t commit this game to as much time in the day that I would like, so I can’t remember some of what the words I’ve already learned mean, that’s why it would be nice for there to be the definition of what the word means in the other language after you get it right.