L-Lingo Learn Tagalog Filipino 4+

Smart Language Apps Limited

Designed for iPad

    • 3.7 • 11 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



You don't have to know anything about the Tagalog Filipino language to use L-Lingo Tagalog Filipino to equip yourself to converse in Tagalog Filipino.

L-Lingo is designed to be easy to use. It exploits multimedia channels - words, recordings of native speech, and pictures - to enable you to grasp new words and phrases useful on the road, when mingling with native speakers, in day-to-day or family life, and when working.

- Thousands of words and sentences -all visualized with images
- Full native speaker pronunciation
- Fun Quizzes
- Clear and easy to understand design of the program

See a pineapple in a supermarket, and the correct word pops into your head! Thanks to L-Lingo, you have learned the word visually, as well as by listening and reading.

Our Tagalog Filipino lessons make you learn Tagalog Filipino words and phrases quickly. Before you know it, you can easily utter Tagalog Filipino words and Tagalog Filipino sentences!
L-Lingo immerses you in the sights and sounds of the Tagalog Filipino language, rather than just the written word.
The multi-channel learning approach achieves results much quicker than traditional textbook approaches.

Our Tagalog Filipino 105 lessons (Full Version) cover the following:
- Introductions & Greetings
- At Home
- At the Airport
- At the Hotel
- Colors
- Food
- At the Office
- Professions
- Numbers
- Clothes
- Telling the Time
- Animals
- Meals and Cooking
- Asking Questions
- Buying and Selling
- Landscapes and Nature
- Weather
- Sports
- Family and Relationships
- Countries and Continents
- Seasons
- Shopping
- Days, Weeks, Months etc.
- Quantities and Shapes
- Present, Past and Future tenses

What’s New

Version 5.70.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Updated content and improved audio quality

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Vv<3er ,

Good but flawed

This is probably the best app I’ve seen to help learn Tagalog so far. My biggest problem is the grammar isn’t well explained such as when you would use a prefix, infix, and suffix for which words. Also there are words such as “nakaupo” that aren’t explained in the lesson intro. There’s nothing about the prefix “naka”. Also, There are a mistakes in the wording. For example- when explaining future tense it would still say “past tense”. Also there are a couple translation errors like “Ang batang babea at ang batang babea” is the girl and the girl but the description at the beginning of lesson 2 says the translation is “the girl and the boy”. They’re not huge mistakes but mistakes none the less.

delawaresurf ,

Very good app and great customer support

The key is to use the app often. Do 2 x 15 minute sessions instead of one 30 minute session.
I like the flash cards, the English to Tagalog and Tagalog translations.
Melanie and her team are quite prompt and ready to assist via email- which they have done for me a few times over the years due to me upgrading iPad, iPhone, etc.
They also are introducing a web based program.
I do like it, but it seems to have similar content to the app, albeit with enhanced features and tests to ensure you learn the material. There is a nominal monthly fee instead of paying for the lessons all at once as with this app.
Constructive suggestions....I think an enhanced explanation of verb conjugation would be beneficial. Some of the photos (such as for an airplane) can be improved upon rather than showing a cute boy under an inflatable plane.

I have used the app for a few years now-every time I go to PI.
While most speak English in Manila, outside of metro not everyone speaks it. An effort to learn the language goes a looooong way to showing respect.
This is certainly a more cost effective method rather than shelling out more $$ for Rosetta Stone!

Harrison Dumont ,

I like it, but...

It's very similar to the rosetta stone method, which I've found very effective. However, the grammar sections at the beginning of each lesson are badly in need of proofreading, for example it says "past" when it should say "future" at one point. Which could lead to some serious confusion. I'm going to buy the full version anyway since this seems to be by far the best iPad Tagalog app currently available. I hope the paid version doesn't have the same issues. If so, it's probably still worth it, but far from ideal. Still, twenty bucks beats Rosetta stone by a mile.

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