Learn Norwegian language fast 4+

Learning vocabulary by Drops


Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 302 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Drops makes language learning an effortless fun. Practical vocabulary is bound to your memories through beautiful graphics and quick mini-games.
The crazy part? You have only 5 mins per day to learn Korean. Might sound insane but works like charm! :)
These are the ingredients of the secret sauce:
100% illustrated: Pictures directly carry the meaning - you don’t have to use your native language at all! No intermediary. Faster, more effective and of course more fun for Korean learning process! :)
5 min sessions: limiting practice time sounds crazy but it it makes it incredibly addictive - which is cool thing for learning. The barrier of entry is close to zero so you can’t have any excuses: you’ll have 5 minutes even on the busiest day!
Effortless play: We know why games are fun and addictive and distilled the essence into Drops. The result is a truly immersive experience but it’s not waste of your time while you play because you build a valuable knowledge.
Quick: Keyboard typing is painfully slow. Welcome rapid swipes and taps! Especially for Korean vowels, and consonants.Trust us, you’ll need those extra seconds during the quick learning session ;)
Vocabulary only: Zero grammar, just handpicked practical words. That’s our focus and we do it extremely well. The app teaches the Korean “alphabet” Hangul (hangoul) too!
Forge a habit: Drops wants to make you language learning addict. Effectiveness is nothing without a well established habit. We help you build one!
We are extremely proud of our lovely word pronunciations by seasoned voice talents!
Drops is free for casual learners: more than 2700 words in 150+ topics are all available for everyone. Hardcore language learners can subscribe for premium to progress faster with unlimited Korean language learning time.

Our goal is to empower people of the world via language knowledge by providing a special tool that utilizes the universal language we all speak: pictures.


Keep tuned as even more languages are in the works!

Payment information:

Length of subscriptions:
- 1 Month
- 12 Months

Price of subscriptions:
- 1 Month – 9.99$ per month
- 12 Months – 69.99$ per year

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What’s New

Version 34.83

- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
302 Ratings

302 Ratings

Fatty girls ,

I love this app!

It is wonderfully designed and keeps everything organized for you! It lets you learn at your own pace, and helps you with vocabulary before grammar. I tried Duolingo, but it moved to fast in a direction I didn’t want to go! This app is easy to use and doesn’t have overly complicated lessons :) it’s slow and steady, perfect for me.

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.

falconsshado ,

As I’m half Norwegian I’ve decided to learn

This app is amazing! I already know some Norwegian words now like fokost wich means breakfast!

This app makes it supper easy for anyone to start learning, they repeat words enough to where you come off pretty confident that within maybe a day you will have the words 80% if not 100% down!

Only thing I don’t like is that if you pay you get more time to learn, however I hate this with most apps, so I’ll take off some points but hardly anything. I gave this app 4 stars but really I think it’s four and a half stars


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