Do you feel like your German is stagnating? StoryPlanet helps you actively improve your German skills – with captivating stories and individualized exercises.

Improve your German through reading! From Monday to Friday you get a new chapter of a mini-story in German. All difficult words & expressions (Intermediate and above) are boldface. Just click on them to get definitions! Your German will quickly improve. You’ll pick up new vocabulary, get exposed to grammar in a typical context and get a better feeling for sentence structure. All for free!

Get the monthly subscription (“StoryPlanet-Abo”) to create a personal learning list and do exercises with the words of your choice – to help commit those words to memory for good! You’ll also get access to more stories compared to the free version. The subscription Terms of Use can be found here: (scroll down to the section “Subscription Terms of Use”).

The stories are modern, quirky and full of personality – from science fiction to love stories, we cover a wide range of genres. It makes learning German so much more enjoyable!

Our motto is: Dive Deep into German. Because when you read, you immerse yourself in a compelling new world and improve your language skills while having fun.

Viel Spaß mit StoryPlanet!

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What’s New

Version 1.2.3

New & improved exercises! Now you can see your progress through our six different exercise types, with six purple dots you earn as you learn. The all-new sixth exercise asks you to spell the word in its entirety. Need some help? Just click on the TIP button to get you started with a few letters. After 10 exercises you now get a review of how you’re doing. You can now also delete words from your learning list (swipe left) or set the progress bar back to zero (swipe right).
Other new features are the differentiation between collocations (Koll.) and multi-word expressions (MWL). Plus, if you are only learning a single word, the prompt asks for a word and not generically “expression” anymore. Only collocations and multi-word expressions are called expressions now. Give it a try, we think this is a massive improvement, especially for our paying users. Learners using the free app can get a taste for these improvements using our sample word “Abo”.

Bug fix with the spelling exercise in review.

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