Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages 4+

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Rosetta Stone, Ltd.

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Learning a language can be an experience that transforms your life. Over 25 years of language learning experience has taught Rosetta Stone one thing: everyone has the ability to learn to read, write, and speak a language with confidence. Try the Rosetta Stone app yourself for free.

Many online language learning apps will promise that you can learn a language in just a few minutes a day. However, there is a significant difference between memorizing vocabulary lists and speaking a language with confidence. Learning a language is about more than just the words. One of the mistakes new language learners make is treating language as an object or an end goal instead of as an experience.

Ditch the books, translator, and dictionary, and surround yourself with a language whenever, wherever with the Rosetta Stone mobile app.

What are people saying about Rosetta Stone:
• CNN Underscored - "There’s a good reason why the language learning app Rosetta Stone is the gros chien (that is, the big dog) of the apps we tested"
• Mashable - "one of the OG language-learning services, known for its deep dive into accent pronunciation"
• Popular Science - "super-smooth and intuitive, and the lessons neither feel too short so as to be forgettable nor too long so as to be a chore"
• PC Mag - "reliable, accurate, and thorough"

Rosetta Stone has taught millions of people new languages, and you’re next. From day one, you’ll:
• Stay focused with a personalized language learning plan based on your motivation.
• Learn a language intuitively using our proven immersion method.
• Perfect your pronunciation with instantaneous feedback.
• Download lessons to do everything offline.
• Access different kinds of exercises with our Extended Learning features.
• Sync progress across all your devices.
• And never see an ad, ever.

For the first time, we’re offering every one of our languages under one subscription. Flip between languages as often as you’d like and enjoy the freedom to get seriously curious. To access, simply select Unlimited Languages when you subscribe.

Choose from 24 languages:
Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Dutch, English (American or British), Filipino (Tagalog), French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian (Farsi), Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Latin American or Spain), Swedish, Turkish, or Vietnamese.

Select a subscription:
We offer 3 and 12-month subscriptions—as well as a Lifetime option.

Subscription Details:
• Get full access to all lessons, stories, and audio companion when you subscribe to Rosetta Stone.
• Payment will be charged to your Apple ID.
• Your account will be auto-renewed 24 hours prior to the end of the current period.
• Manage or cancel your subscription from your App Store User Settings at any time after purchasing. Payment will be taken until the end of the current period.
• Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.

Enterprise and Education Learners
• Unlimited use of Rosetta Stone's mobile app is available for existing Enterprise and Education Learners.
• Features may vary for Enterprise and Education Learners.

For questions or assistance, please visit

Learn a language today with Rosetta Stone.

Learn Spanish (Latin American or Spain)
Learn French
Learn German
Learn Italian
Learn English (American or British)
Learn Japanese
Learn Korean
Learn Chinese (Mandarin)
Learn Arabic
Learn Portuguese (Brazil)
Learn Russian
Learn Dutch
Learn Filipino (Tagalog)
Learn Greek
Learn Hebrew
Learn Hindi
Learn Irish
Learn Persian (Farsi)
Learn Polish
Learn Swedish
Learn Turkish
Learn Vietnamese

For questions or assistance, please visit

What’s New

Version 8.34.0

• Includes various fixes and enhancements to improve your experience with Rosetta Stone.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
214.2K Ratings

214.2K Ratings

Tishka42 ,

Finally Learning French

My adult daughter purchased a family subscription to DuoLingo so that she, her teenage daughter, and myself could all learn French together. Since I live distantly, this would be a fun way to learn AND have something that just the women of the family did. After almost a year of daily use of the application, I had a book of handwritten notes, three different French-English dictionaries ( one is in order of word most used which is really cool), print outs of verb conjugations….get the picture? I was frustrated that I still did not feel comfortable approaching a fluent speaker of French at work. I had no confidence in spending, writing, or in any way USING the language I was putting so much time and energy into!
Then, my wonderful husband, who has been present for the majority of my D.L. Lessons, gave me a subscription to Rosetta Stone for my recent birthday. He lived in LaRochelle, France as a child and I truly believe he had forgotten less of the language than I had up to that point learned.
After three weeks with only five days a week classes that are at MY pace, I am using French! I have posted on social media using French. Had a rudementary exchange at work en Français. Have to correct text and typed words for American versus French spelling. I am retaining the phrases because they are applicable to daily life.
I hope I am offered the opportunity to leave a review again…I’ll include some of the crazy phases DL had me practice.

SamdWolf ,

Good way to learn a language.

As a teacher, and polyglot or multingual speaker, I am very happy with this program and the manner it goes about teaching languages. You are not learning by lists or memorization, per se, but by being immersed in the language and learning through association. I used to teach several subjects to gifted and talented children and they learn information best in this manner, as do all children.
My husband and best friend are learning Italian for a trip we are all taking to Italy in the further. I learned Italianan as a child much in the way this program teaches, I am working on learning the formal italian so I will not appear rude by giving the familiar when I should be addressing people formally; I am doing this because otherwise Italians think I am just a rude Italian. Italians (and people of other cultures) are very forgiving when they know you are a non-native speaker and are trying to speak their language, so my husband and friend will be treated well when we go.
Don’t worry about being perfect, just do your best, and you can always do the lessons over to become more proficient.
I’m very happy that I am going to get to improve my language skills and perhaps even learn a bit of a few new languages as we finally travel since we retired.
Remember, that you are above the curve of most people, because you are actually trying and working on a language to improve.

Chase @ A&M ,

Fast and engaging way to learn, especially for beginner and intermediate learners

I’ve used Rosetta Stone off and on for years now. When I first traveled to China, I had powered through level 1 mandarin a few months before the trip and everyone I met said my accident was SO good, even though my vocabulary was still at beginner level. Still, I had the skills and confidence to try living and socializing in China. I attribute Rosetta Stone with this early success. Since then, I’ve gone on to study mandarin in graduate school and in a semester in China, and I still use mandarin level 4-5 to brush up on my skills. The combination of engaging visuals, plus authentic chinese audio and the option to use real Chinese characters plus pinyin (written Chinese for English speakers) also gave me confidence jumping into the wild world of written characters.

Once you get to advanced language levels, you will definitely want to supplement Rosetta Stone with advanced book learning (think formal classroom textbooks) and plenty of conversation with real speakers, but even then Rosetta is still useful for brushing up on key vocabulary with good visuals. Especially for the beginner and intermediate learner, I can’t speak highly enough if Rosetta Stone. If I could suggest one improvement, bring back the games and make more of them!! This was a fun way to keep learning the language when maybe I was too brain-drained after work to do a full lesson.

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