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It's learning made fun.
It’s learning made fun.

Image: Fun Easy Learn

TL;DR: Spend your free time exploring the FunEasyLearn app with a lifetime subscription for $49, an 80% savings as of June 15. 

You’ve used your phone to keep up with the news, throw virtual happy hours with your family and friends, stay in touch with your coworkers, and even play that free bubble-popping game for hours on end. Maybe it’s time you switch gears and use it to better yourself, eh? This FunEasyLearn app, despite the name, can help you actually be productive with your phone for once by teaching you a new language. 

There are over 350 topics, 300,000 different pronunciations from native speakers, 6,000 words, 11,000 illustrations, and 5,000 phrases in 34 different languages to choose from. Plus, there are 61 mother tongues, so you can learn a new language as quickly and easily as possible. 

If you’re a total beginner, you can start by learning the alphabet, then progress to words and phrases. If you already know the basics, you can go full throttle into the phrase-guessing games.

Here’s a quick glimpse into how things work:

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The learning experience in FunEasyLearn actually adjusts to your personal interests, knowledge level, and learning abilities as you go. And you won’t just learn how to read words and phrases in a new language, you’ll be able to understand, write, read, and speak them too.

With 4.7 stars on the App Store and 4.4 on Google Play, it’s definitely worth a try. A lifetime subscription to FunEasyLearn usually costs $249, but you can sign up for $49 (80% off). Choose one language from Spanish, French, German, Italian, Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, or 27 others.

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