As language learning apps go, Duolingo is a fantastic option that's completely free, but don't expect it to help you become completely fluent.
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Duolingo Incubator aims to help people create new language lessons so that foreign languages aren't quite so foreign any more.
The service has 5 million users across its Web, iOS and Android smartphone versions, said CEO Luis von Ahn, and is among the most popular education apps.
An Italian man whose American girlfriend is learning his language with Duolingo teams up with the app to deliver a unique marriage proposal.
Duolingo eliminates the procrastinator's "no time" and "too costly" excuses by offering mobile language learning at no cost.
We take a look at Duolingo, one of the most popular language-learning apps on the market.
The free language-learning service that doubles as a crowdsourced text translation platform will open to the public on June 19.
Since its launch in June, Duolingo has attracted 300,000 active users and just introduced an iPhone app for mobile usage.
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