Ever felt entertained while learning a new language? Now you will! Drops is game-changing approach to language learning - quite literally. We took ‘boring’ out of vocabulary learning!

Only 5 minutes a day:
Drops limits your learning time to 5 minutes. This might sound crazy but works like charm. Learning a new language might feel overwhelming but by chunking down into 5-minute sprints, the barrier of entry is nonexistent. No excuses: you ALWAYS have 5 minutes!
The time constraint induces ridiculous focus which further enhances the effectiveness of memorization.

100% Visual learning:
Every single word is beautifully illustrated. Your eyes will appreciate the delicious pictures and your mind will store the new memories more efficiently: you won’t have use the word of your native language but connect the new words to the illustration of the meaning. Quicker, better and more fun! :)

Effortless practice:
We took a good look at why games are so fun and addictive and injected the essence into Drops to create not just a “gamified” learning app but a proper game experience! It is freakishly immersive but in this case you don’t waste your time playing instead you build a valuable asset: knowledge of a new language.

Swipe based:
We believe in quick pace and keyboard typing is anything but fast. Say hello to rapid swipes and taps! You’ll need those extra seconds to get the most out of your 5 minutes ;)

Strategic vocabulary selection:
The “what” is perhaps more important than “how”. We handpicked 1700+ practical words in 100 topics that you’ll actually use when you let’s say travel to a country where your new language is spoken.

Forge learning habit:
Drops wants to convert you into a learning addict. No matter how effective your learning tool is, if you don’t use it on a daily basis, it doesn’t really matter. Drops tricks your mind and you’ll be better for it!

NEW: Augmented Reality (AR) - practice!
(AR mode is available on all iOS 11 devices that are powered by Apple’s A9 or A10 chip: iPhone 6S or newer / iPad Pro / 2017 iPad)

I’m sure you’ll love Drops as much as we enjoyed making it. If so, please leave us a review so we can make Drops even better! :)

p.s.: We take full responsibility for the potential addiction to learning.


Keep tuned as even more languages are in the pipe!

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
69 Ratings

69 Ratings

😎Loris😎 ,


I love this app! It’s fun and colorful and makes it really easy to retain the information you are learning! For the first time in a very VERY long time I am genuinely excited about learning! However, because of this I don’t want to put down the app and it can be very frustrating if u do buy unlimited learning time!

lkllng ,

Grammatical gender?

I like Drops as an app in and of itself (especially for casually studying languages I don’t have the time to completely devote myself to)... but is there a reason none of the Norwegian nouns have a matching article to help indicate their gender, the way other Germanic and Romance languages do? E.g., en måne, en fot, et brød, etc.

Grammatical gender does still have influence in Norwegian (for example... knowing what version of “a” to use before a noun), even if it’s not AS important as in, say, German. Not even getting into feminine nouns, which yeah you don’t have to know but if you can learn that something can be ei jente at the same time you learn jente, why wouldn’t you? It just makes the Norwegian course kinda useless, since if you’re going to learn nouns in a language with grammatical gender of some kind, you NEED to learn what its gender is at the same time.

A mention somewhere that this is specifically for Bokmål and not Nynorsk probably wouldn’t hurt, either.

John Schopf ,

Excellent Vocabulary / Vocabulary Review game!!

I have used both Korean and Norwegian forms and they both are equally helpful. It makes learning so much simpler and fun - thanks a million to the creators who made this happen - quality, free language learning services are not often this readily available!


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