Fluent Forever - Language App 12+

Learn Spanish, French, & More

Fluent Forever, Inc.

    • 3.8 • 1.1K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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"Never before have I seen a method that syncs up so perfectly with our current scientific understanding of how memory works." - Scientific American Mind
Spanish (Latin American & Castilian), French, German, Italian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Korean, Japanese, Mandarin, Dutch, & Hebrew.
A revolutionary language learning method developed by Gabriel Wyner, an opera singer who needed to learn multiple languages quickly and retain them forever. Fluent Forever's products have evolved from pronunciation trainers into a bestselling book and now into the most crowdfunded app in history. Discover the immersive mobile experience designed to rewire your brain into fluently speaking any new language and hack your memory to remembering it forever.
Rather than distract or briefly entertaining you like other "gamified" language apps out there, Fluent Forever doesn't waste your time with inefficient "bite size" lessons - instead, it immediately gets you correctly pronouncing and hearing the sounds of your target language, then efficiently has you learn the most frequently used words and push them into your longterm memory, and finally has you naturally build sentences using words you know and practice your speech to fluency. In short, if you're serious about speaking a new language, Fluent Forever will get you there faster.
The foundation of our proven method, as detailed in Gabe's bestselling book, is based on the principles of personalized flashcard creation and spaced repetition, extremely powerful learning tools that optimize your brain’s memory abilities. So not only will you learn a language quickly, you’ll never forget it.

1. Train Your Ears With Pronunciation Lessons

You need to learn what a language sounds like before you can learn how to speak it. Our powerful tools like detailed instructional videos, mnemonic imagery and minimal pair tests will train your ears in the sound system of your new language.

2. Learn Vocabulary Through Images Instead of Translations

Within weeks you will understand the sounds of your new language, and you can begin learning words. By creating personalized flashcards using our memorable word association system, you will rapidly learn the most used words in your new language. You will then push these new words into your long term memory by reviewing your flashcards using our automated spaced repetition system.

3. Learn Grammar Naturally Through Stories Relevant To You

Once you learn the most used words in your language you can begin learning sentences. By visualizing how your new words fit into sentences about topics you’re interested in, you will naturally learn grammar through immersive stories, as opposed to boring lessons or complex conjugation tables. You will never be forced to learn words or grammar you don’t need or want to learn.
Try our revolutionary new app now to start your journey to real fluency.

The monthly subscription that can be purchased on the app lets you fully use our app to learn one language.


Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. We don't offer an iTunes free trial. Our trial period will continue even if you purchase a subscription.

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What’s New

Version 1.0.100

Bonjour! ¡Hola! Ciao!

We’ve been busy doing some general fixing, minor bug squashing, and general fine-tuning to keep things working as they should.
As always, we value your feedback, so if you have something to share then email us at help@fluent-forever.com. If you’re enjoying the app, please leave us a rating and a review.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

ejn88 ,

Almost there!

I love the fluent forever method and this app is extremely user friendly. Unfortunately, because I started with the book and the anki card method, I actually find that the app became a little too watered down during the effort to make it fast and user friendly. The thing I miss from Anki is being able to really customize the cards. To help me remember what words were masculine or feminine, I would write masculine words in blue and feminine in pink. That’s not possible in the app so I’m finding I’m having a lot more trouble with remembering genders of new words.
Also, when making cards on my computer, I could use any photo I wanted. The way they allow you to choose photos on the app is certainly very fast but if I’m not loving the bing options, I wish there was a way to choose a photo from somewhere else like google search or even import a photo from my camera library. Maybe some people aren’t as picky as me with this but when using anki, I enjoyed the process of finding the exact right photo to help me remember even if it took a little longer.
Lastly, I wish there was a way to access all of my flash cards in the app so that I could look up a word or review as many cards as I want per day. In anki I was able to do a custom study session which I can’t do in the FF app.
Like I said, I think FF is amazing and is by far the best language learning method out there, I would just like a little more customization abilities in the app :)

Developer Response ,

Hi there,

That is great to hear that you are liking our method and also the app a little. :D I am very happy to tell you that all your concerns are features we are, or soon will be, working on. We are currently testing and hopefully adding very soon, the ability to see the genders of the words during card creation, and you should also see them in your review already in this version. Things like notes and mnemonics will also be coming to the app later on. The Bing search we can't do anything about, because of Google's restrictions, but we indeed will be adding the possibility to add images from your camera roll. This will be a great workaround for this issue. There will also be a way to have an overview of all your flashcards with info on them, but this to be totally honest is something that we aren't yet developing because of other more important features, but this is definitely something that is needed in the app and we will work out eventually.

There is a lot more to come, and we truly hope that with everyone's help and feedback we will be able to make this the best language learning app out there.

Sithmaith ,

Who came up with this crazy word list?

I am in the middle of my free trial, and I will admit that I have learned a lot so far. I read the book a while back, and have been trying to find some way to make the flashcards that incorporate pronunciation. I thought that this was it. I love the design of the flashcards. They test you on pronunciation details, spelling, and translations, and they have the spaced repetition built in. Sounds great.

Here's my problem, though. Where on earth did they get the words? In the book, the author said that you should learn 625 words that will give you most of what you need for a basic conversation, and that you should use this list to make your flashcards. So you would think that the flashcards in the app would come from this list, right? Nope. I have flashcards for "gray album" and "Yugoslav album". People don't use albums anymore, for either music or photos, and Yugoslavia isn't even a country anymore. There are a lot more examples, but I can't go look them up, because the only way you can see your cards is to do a review of the flashcards. I can't find a list of my flashcards anywhere in the app.

Since the app isn't using the recommended word list, and I have no control over what words are made into flashcards, I have to dock 2 stars off my rating. I don't know if I'll continue with the subscription after the free trial. It's that annoying.

Developer Response ,

Hi there! Thank you for your thorough feedback and sharing your experience. It will help us as we continue to develop features and refinements in the future.

Sionainn J. ,

Need to be able to add own material!

This app is fantastic as a way to easily and efficiently make flash cards and review them. I also enjoy the ability to easily search for photos or add my own from my camera roll. It would be an invaluable tool to my language learning except for a pretty serious drawback for us advanced learners: There is no way to add your own words/sentences as flash cards. The explore tab rarely ever returns a match for any vocabulary I’ve encountered naturally through the media I consume in my target language, and it rarely includes the right conjugations of verbs when I’m trying to learn grammar. I can’t add chunk phrases I’m trying to learn, either. I’m disappointed that fixing this issue hasn’t been made a bigger priority. Users absolutely need to be able to add their own material!! It’s frustrating because otherwise I think the app is a near-perfect tool, but I hate being limited to only the material available through the explore tab. So, great for a beginner to whom all vocabulary is potentially new, but unbelievably frustrating to use as an advanced student. Please, please fix this issue! It has SO much potential aside from this!!

Developer Response ,

Hello Sionainn,
Thanks so much for your review and your rating. The ability to add custom content is on the way very soon. A great deal of work is going into this feature as we're sure you can understand, so it took a bit of time to make sure it was perfect. We hope that we will be able to win more stars once it is available on the app.

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