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Duolingo introduces clubs to make language-learning competitive

The popular language-learning app introduces a new competitive aspect.

Duolingo waves the flag for language learning.

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After introducing chatbots in October, Duolingo, the popular app that teaches users different languages, is debuting a new competitive aspect to its platform.

Known as Duolingo Clubs, the feature lets you create language clubs of up to 15 members. In a club, you can compete with one another to accomplish language goals, track each other's progress and place on a leaderboard.

Clubs is available on the Apple iOS and Google Android version of the app. Duolingo offers 66 language courses and has over 100 million users, according to VentureBeat.