Drops: Language Learning Games

Drops: Language Learning Games


  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2014-11-15
  • Current Version: 38.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 247.10 MB
  • Developer: PLANB LABS OU
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.4 or later.
Score: 4.73861
From 63,429 Ratings


Join over 40 million people who use Drops for free language lessons. It’s fast, fun, and easy! Learn to speak Spanish, Japanese, French, Korean, Chinese, German, English, and 40 more foreign languages! Learn new languages while playing games. You can become fluent, learn vocabulary and common phrases in Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, and Hindi. Set goals, unlock achievements, and get rewards! • Become fluent in a foreign language with this language learning app • Learn to read characters and scripts from different alphabets like Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, and Hindi • Custom illustrations for each vocabulary word makes it easy to remember • From beginner to expert levels, grow your foreign language vocabulary • A professionally curated vocabulary list with more than 3,000 words and phrases • Game-like language lessons that make language learning fun and effective • Level up! Track your progress and get rewards • Professional voice artists and sound design with correct dialect pronunciations • Learn to speak languages like American English, British English, Korean, Mexican Spanish, Latin-American Spanish, Japanese, German, French, European Portuguese, Russian, Castilian Spanish, Italian, Arabic, Tagalog, Hebrew, Icelandic, Polish, Mandarin Chinese, Turkish, Cantonese Chinese, Dutch, Norwegian, Thai, Swedish, Vietnamese, Maori, Brazilian Portuguese, Farsi (Persian), Hungarian, Greek, Hindi, Danish, Samoan, Indonesian, Finnish, Serbian, Croatian, Esperanto, Estonian, Hawaiian, Ukrainian, Yoruba, Bosnian, Swahili, Igbo, Sanskrit and even Ainu! "By focusing on visually appealing games and vocab, Drops aims to lower the barrier preventing users from exploring a new language and, ultimately, accessing the social and economic benefits knowing that language may provide." - TechCrunch We are featured by CNET, Forbes, VentureBeat and many other places too! Try Drops Premium with a 7 day free trial. Download the app to learn about different membership options, and register to learn all about exclusive discounts. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of Drops premium. Afterwards your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. You can cancel your subscription anytime, and you won't be charged in the next billing cycle. Privacy Policy and Terms of Use: http://languagedrops.com/privacypolicy.html



  • Completely Disappointed

    By whoami000
    Wed-Version was a great! I mean “visual dictionary”. App — another obsessive catastrophe. useless. annoying. web visual dictionary — Look at this. It’s easy, light, simple. Nothing superfluous. You flip through and flip through. Algorithms offer you words themselves and they don't end. You start with some topics, they lead you to the following topics. Endless word lists with minimalism. Word - pictures - meaning. That's it! Just scroll down. Click to listen.. No transitions to new pages, tabs, lists, folders, marathons. The application is the exact opposite. To see any 5 words, you need to open a whole topic and folder, go to it, turn on the sound, wait for the "dupper falls", you can know many words, but do not miss them .. when you are done with this torment - exit the folder and choose the next topic from other topics, go to subtopics, select folders, Not to mention a bunch of pop-ups, suggestions, congratulations. It devours time and interferes. Not to mention that there is no function to cancel the subscription either in the settings or in the iPhone, and you need to google to find out and cancel the subscription through a special third-party application. I spent 20 minutes on it with the feeling that they did everything so that I didn't have enough patience and I just let them withdraw money from me. Dictionary of the web version - surprised me with the ease of my mechanics, I bought it and downloaded another terrible application that devours your time. I don't advise categorically. But you can use the lists they have compiled in the web version, it will not be super convenient, because the advertising of the application covers half of the screen and the second reason: you cannot listen to the word without opening it in a separate tab, but it is still much more effective and faster than a useless obsessive and annoying App.
  • Great

    By VetCody
    My wife is from the Philippines and I need to learn Tagalog. I’m also an English teacher and it does a fantastic job of teaching the language. Worth using for sure.
  • Great way to learn when on the go!!!

    By heatherebq
    I downloaded this on a whim, and I’m so glad that I did. It reminds me every day and I can take five minutes to learn a couple new words it’s great!!!!!
  • love it

    By khloe🙏🏽
    love in it bc i cant learn any kind of languages at the same time🫶🏽
  • Ten out of 10

    By shreakkkk
    This is a great was to learn a language it’s fun to it’s like learning while playing a game not to mention built in sign language it’s go great download drops NOW !!!
  • Makes learning fun

    By JulianneWendt
    I moved to Serbia two weeks ago knowing zero Serbian. I start language school in a week but needed something to get me started. This app is great! They really hit all styles of learning through the use of images, audio, spelling, repetition, and tests. My only wish is that they walked you through the pronunciation of letters in the alphabet.
  • Super fun!

    By happynun
    A great method!
  • Good but could be much better

    By Bengaltigger
    Some of the images are difficult to distinguish what they depict. Others require you to realize past of the image is highlighted, but the difference in brightness is insufficient. Also when choices are displayed in bubbles, they shake rapidly on my iPad pro (as in a programming bug) making it frustrating to try to match the bubbles. I like drops, but it never seems to progress out of flash cards of words and into conversation. Update: Company contacted me to say they are already working on a fix for the bug mentioned above. Appreciate that they responded very timely and with concern.
  • Glitch.

    By SerenityK
    I’ve been playing for a year+. No real complains, until recently. I have been having to do multiple rounds sometimes in order to have my sessions count. Or sometimes it’ll kick me from the round I’m playing without keeping the time I’ve done, and I’ll have to start over. This is frustrating. Please update this bug.
  • Great overall

    By kymbie
    I’ve been using Drops for Korean and it’s been great. I like that you only get five minutes for a day because I can convince myself to do just five minutes a day. I also love the sounds and visuals, it make the learning engaging. I also like that you can always view your word collection, even outside of the five minutes of practice per day. The app was updated about a month or so ago and there is a small change that is unfortunately very frustrating for me. You now you have to click a word you’re reviewing from a list (such as the list of words you worked on that day or your word collection) to be able to hear its pronunciation. This takes up a lot more time than being able to click to hear the pronunciation right from that list. Also, once at the next page, I usually have to click the audio button twice for the pronunciation to finally play. Overall though, I am grateful for this app as it’s helped me a lot with learning Korean vocabulary.