Simply Learn Tagalog - Speak Filipino Language 4+

Simya Solutions Ltd.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.2 • 49 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



*** Learn Tagalog language when visiting Philippines ***

Simply Learn Tagalog Language App is a FREE language app that will assist you to speak Tagalog quickly and effectively.

All Tagalog phrases and words are presented to you in both phonetic and original Tagalog writing. They are recorded by a native speaker from Philippines.

Save your favorite phrases and words to review them without fuss.

Study your vocabulary with flashcards using the spaced repetition technique.

Test your knowledge with fun Tagalog language quiz and review your score.

*** Survive when travelling in Philippines ***

Use the Tagalog phrasebook to survive in Philippines. All important survival phrases are included.

For example, let the app speak to the Taxi driver in Philippines to show them where you want to go.

Search all phrases and words to quickly access what you need.

*** Main Features ***

* 300+ free Tagalog phrases and words
* Recorded by a native speaker from Philippines
* High quality audio
* Spaced repetition learning system
* Tagalog quiz to review your skills
* Track your learning progress
* Save your favorite phrases and words
* Quick search function
* Copy the phrases to the clipboard (by clicking long on the phrase)
* Play the sound more slowly
* Adjust the quiz and flashcards settings for Tagalog to English, English to Tagalog

*** Learning Categories ***

FREE version:
* Numbers * Time&Date * Basic Conversation * Greetings * Directions Phrases * Directions Words * Eating out in Philippines * Sightseeing in Philippines * Shopping in Philippines * Emergency * Accommodation

PRO version:
* Advanced Conversation * Health * Border Crossing * Questions * Places * Food * Vegetables * Fruits * Colors * Romance I * Romance II * Post Office * Phone & Internet * Banking * Occupations * Business Talk * Hobbies * Feelings * Body * Animals * Family * Countries

*** Feedback appreciated ***

If you like this app, please take a few seconds to give a rating or review. If you have any feedback, suggestions or advise I am more than happy if you let me know.

***About US***


Have fun learning Tagalog!

What’s New

Version 1.2.0

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

If you like this app, please take a few seconds to give a rating or review. If you have any feedback, suggestions or advise I am more than happy if you let me know at

Have fun learning Tagalog!

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

krixolaf57 ,

Easy peasy

Just go through each list and save your favorite stuff and then practice the little stuff you can do until you’re done with the list, then just click the quiz and it will get you all the way to your ability to know what it means!!!
Very fun and easy way to learn Tagalog!

Developer Response ,

Hi krixolaf57, thank you very much! We appreciate your support and will keep improving the app. If you have anything you'd like to improve, we appreciate an email to us at Thanks again, Monticha from Simya

kubo_is_a._.goddess ,

Awkward Phrases

So... I just wanted to check this app out cuz I’m a Filipino immigrant currently residing in America and I wanted to strengthen my vocabulary as I’m starting to forget my native tongue. When I started out here, I noticed that the words and like phrases are kinda awkward. Some words like “pakiusap, kung maaari magsalita ng mabagal?” It actually seems like a direct translation to “please speak more slowly.” Nobody really says the word “Pakiusap.” Because like if you’re saying that, it’s like you are asking someone a favor, it doesn’t really mean please. Also if you really want to ask someone to speak slowly you say “Pwedeng bagalan mo ang pagsasalita mo po?” We don’t really have the word please in our vocabulary, although sometimes we do mix in the English word please in our sentences. Another note, the word, “po” is like a way of making the sentence sound more polite especially to elders, people who are older than you, and to strangers. Po for ending sentences. There’s also another word which is opo, it’s like a more polite way of saying yes. The informal way though is “Oo” and you address that to like your friends and stuff.

So yeah. I get that this is a free app, but it’ll be more helpful to others if you like fix some of the phrases and stuff. Cuz they seem a little too awkward and directly translated from English, which is not good.

Developer Response ,

Dear valued customer,

Thank you for your suggestion.

We will try to improve this soon and add it in the next update.

We would also appreciate an increase in rating if you enjoyed using our app.

Thank you for your support.


Media Obsessed Dovelie ,

Good, but one thing

I honestly think this app is great for learning Tagalog, but I did want to point something out, based on my own personal preference. I’ve noticed this app is mainly based on clicking English terms to see the Tagalog translation. Then you take the quiz after. I have tried this, but it’s just not intriguing me enough. I believe the learning process of not just Tagalog, but any language, should spark an individual’s interest. So maybe consider adding mini games or short stories to make the learning process more fun? Also I’ve noticed not much time is spent on a certain topic.

Developer Response ,

Dear valued customer, thank you for the feedback and for suggesting new content that will improve the application. Your request has been sent to our product managing team. We will discuss the suggestions. If that doesn’t help, you can always contact us at Thanks again for your kind review. Ananda from Simya

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