The crazy part? You only have 5 minutes a day. Might sound crazy, but it works like charm! 🙂
These are the ingredients of the secret sauce:
👀 100% illustrated: pictures mean directly – you don’t have to use your native language at all! No intermediary. Faster, more effective and of course funnier! 🙂
🏎 5 Minute Sessions: Limiting practice time sounds crazy, but it’s incredibly addicting – which is a cool thing to learn. The barrier to entry is close to zero so you have no excuses: you have 5 minutes to spare even on the busiest day!
🕹 Effortless Play: We know why games are fun and addicting, and we’ve distilled the essence into drops. The result is a truly immersive experience, but it is not a waste of time while you are playing because you will build up valuable knowledge.
⚡Qucik: Keyboard input is painfully slow. Welcome quick swipe and tap! Trust us, you will need those extra seconds during the quick learning session 😉
🎯 Vocabulary only: No grammar, just hand-picked practical words. That’s our focus and we’re doing it very well. The app also teaches the Korean “alphabet” Hangul (Hangoul)!
Orge For a Habit: Drops wants you to be a language learning addict. Effectiveness is nothing without a well-established habit. We’ll help you build!
We are very proud of our beautiful pronunciations by experienced language talents!
Drops is free for casual learners: more than 2500 words in over 100 topics are available to everyone. Hardcore language learners can subscribe to Premium to advance faster with unlimited study time.
🌍 Our goal is to empower people in the world through language skills by providing a special tool that uses the universal language we all speak: images.
ps: be careful, this app can make you really addicted to language learning.
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We recently added Ainu, a language native to Japan in partnership with the United Nations proclaimed International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019 (IYIL2019).