Would you like to speak Arabic? What if it would be easy and fun, taking only a couple of minutes each day?

1. Game-based learning course: an easy start for beginners;
2. Custom designed lessons created by in-house Arabic language experts;
3. Learning while testing (provides review and consolidation);
4. Native pronunciation at standard or slower speed;
5. Keep new vocabulary and sentence patterns in your long-term memory;
6. Effective and efficient for learners on the go;

How does Araby make Arabic learning so easy?
- Learning is game based.
Araby uses mini-games that test your listening, reading, writing and speaking skills through the entire learning process.
- It’s task-driven.
Content is organized into various skills which are practical and keep learning motivation active.
- It’s effective.
Every item can be mastered in a short time. And you are able to track your progress by reviewing the words and taking tests.

Perfect for students, travelers, executives, and anyone who wants to learn Arabic quickly. Download now and start speaking Arabic today!

What’s New

Version 1.0

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

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
211 Ratings

211 Ratings

جنيفر ,

Good but vowelization problems

I am not new to Arabic but I've been looking for a good app for practicing and reminders. This is too basic for me but I wanted to try it to see what it's like. There have been a few times where I wrote the correct answer with the proper vowelization and it was marked as wrong, but the solution matched what I wrote exactly!

Also, for those who don't know how to add the marks above and below letters -- on iOS' arabic keyboard you either hold down the letter or you hold the key next to the space bar, or both. Try holding down all of the letters to see what options are available.

Momof4littlekids ,

Difficult to use

Hello! As a non-Arabic reader, this app was very difficult to use. The interface needs to be updated. During the quiz for the Arabic alphabet, the choices were at the bottom of the page and covered by my iOS keyboard. I couldn’t get the keyboard to go away, so I couldn’t see the choices for your quiz.

As far as an initial reaction for learning...Just looking at the typed version of the Arabic letters and listening to what they said was okay, but it would be much better to need to trace the letters as you say it. That’s how I teach English. I’m curious to know if every Arabic text puts numerals in for sounds that aren’t in the English alphabet? That was very confusing also. Are there not international phonetics and linguistic symbols that could be used instead? Thank you for allowing me to try it out!

Jazeerajulia ,

This is what you're looking for

I hope their app developers can't keep up… I just downloaded this and actually look forward to going to the modules the way they cover reading writing listening all the various facets is perfectly balanced.
I would totally pay for this.
Thank you guys so much for putting this out in the App Store and please add more as soon as you can inshallah
If you are looking to match up some writing skills with the Arabic you already know, filling gaps from learning off the street as a post hung from a book, or even starting from scratch this is the app you were looking for!

App Privacy

The developer, Abd Kareem Ashi, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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