In tIn this post, I suggested 5 mobile applications to improve your English. Some applications purchased but possible to use its free parts.
1-) English Score
This application was presented by British Council. Before starting to study, you can check your language score via this application. After the test, you see your language score and if you want, It’s possible to buy a certificate from British Council. You can download for android devices as follows link.
Vocabulary is one of the most important parts for learning a new language. Every day, in just 15 – 20mins you can improve your memory. With matched icons, It’s easy to learn and repeat new words. You can download for android devices as follows link.
This application is published by British Council like English Score application. You can practice your grammar skills via this application. It is not a purchased application but between practices, you see some adverts. You can download for android devices as follows link.
I used this application nearly 3 months. Application’s Grammar part is good but vocabulary and social tab were disappointment for me. I was waiting more words on vocabulary part and when I start to use this, I had excitementI have used this application for nearly 3 months. Application’s Grammar part is good but the vocabulary and social tab were disappointing for me. I was waiting for more words on vocabulary part and when I started to use this, I had excitement for social tabs but people are not using social tabs a lot. But It is cheaper than other applications. Because of that you can try Busuu. The link for android devices is as follows.
This application is like Busuu. I liked this application too and If you use ad blocker, it is possible to use clearly on your web browser. Just one thing I didn’t like. The interface. Everything prepared with your main language. I think, If you learn English, everything should be English like lessons, teachers, descriptions. All of the other parts are usable. The link for android devices is as follows.
I shared my starter applications in this post. I think I will share more posts for English. [Hopefully :)]
See you on the next post.