Master the articles of German nouns. Excel in your German classes and/or impress your native German speaker friends.

Type the first few characters of a noun and see the article immediately. The app contains a dictionary with more than 17,000 nouns. Optionally, you can display the definition of the noun.

To focus on problematic nouns, add them to your Favorites for later reference.

Although the articles seem quite random, they are not completely so. Learn several handy rules and guidelines for determining the articles.

Select/guess the articles of nouns presented in random order.
You can also purchase the game with Favorites.

What’s New

Version 4.1

• Game summary after completing the game
• Adding words to favorites from the game summary

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
601 Ratings

601 Ratings

4thelittleguy ,

Learn the articles for nouns

You will not be considered fluent until you learn the articles for German nouns. This app helps you learn the articles in a fun and easy method. At a min you should read the ruled page, it will help beginners and advanced learners.

Delstein44 ,

Decent, but a little basic

This app has helped me learn the gender of some nouns I’m unfamiliar with, but in its current form it’s a little too bare-bones to be helpful. I know the app is not meant mainly to help with vocabulary, but it would be helpful to see the English translation to jog my memory or help with words that I don’t know. Also, the words seem to lean too heavily on words that follow consistent rules in their genders, like words that end with -in or -ung and are always feminine. I can see how this app could help with learning this pattern, but once you know it, it becomes repetitive to have so many nouns with the same endings, especially in the “advanced” and “expert” difficulties, which I hoped would include words that have genders that are more difficult to predict and have to be memorized.

Saville17 ,

Well structured, but doesn’t give translations.

This seems to be geared toward learners who already have a very large vocabulary, and has little use to beginner or lower-intermediate level learners. The words in question appear on the screen, but if you don’t already know what the word means, you’re left randomly guessing the article and then never knowing what the word meant! How is a student supposed to remember the article association like that? Big oversight by the app developers in my opinion, and the reason I won’t be using it anymore.

App Privacy

The developer, Lubos Mikusiak, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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