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I already use Duolingo, but feel as though it's not enough to propel my language skills and learn even more. Are there any German apps that are more grammar-based than vocab-based in the App Store (preferably free)?

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    "Good" is an entirely subjective term. What is good for you may be terrible for another. There are countless iPhone apps for language learning; each one has at least one person (the creator) who would claim they are good. Can you be more specific and objective in what you're looking for? What would make an app "good" for you? – Flimzy Jul 24 '17 at 8:27
  • Did you try Google: fluentu.com/blog/german/best-apps-for-learning-german – Anthony Pham Jul 29 '17 at 14:11
  • Should these apps use a specific base language (e.g. English) or can they also be fully in German? It would be nice if you could add that to your question. – Tsundoku Aug 15 '17 at 11:26
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A long time ago, I tried to use Duolingo too, but it's not an effective way for me. So I try many learning applications. My friend recommended an app named Ling app. Since last year, I have used this app, and now I have got an advanced level, and I can speak with German people. You can learn from your native language to German or other languages. I love it and so proud. Hope this can help you.

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