Babbel – Learn German

Babbel – Learn German

By Lesson Nine GmbH

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2012-02-02
  • Current Version: 20.7.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 114.27 MB
  • Developer: Lesson Nine GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,250 Ratings


Learn German with Babbel, the app that’s helped millions speak with confidence. Developed by a team of Europe’s best language experts, Babbel makes language lessons CLICK with you and STICK with you. THE BABBEL PROCESS Babbel makes learning German fun and effective: 1. HIT the ground running with practical conversation skills Linguistic experts designed the intuitive courses to engage you in practical conversation skills from your very first lesson. 2. Lessons that CLICK with you - Engaging and easy to use Lessons engross you in a foreign culture while guiding your language journey with English-perspective hints, simple explanations, and creative grammar cues that cement fresh concepts. 3. Language skills that STICK with you for life Revolutionary 10-15 minute lessons and dynamic review sessions continuously adapt to your strengths and weaknesses, recontextualize prior concepts, and send your new language straight to long-term memory. Hit. Click. Stick. Speak German. It’s that easy! FEATURES: • 10-15 minute bite-sized German lessons fit in your schedule • Lessons covering a wide range of topics (including travel, culture, and business) • Speech recognition technology aids pronunciation • Ideal for both beginners and advanced learners • Review Manager keeps German vocabulary in your long term memory • Learning progress synchronized across all your devices and on the web WORKS FOR YOUR GOALS: After just a month you will be able to handle important German conversations for: • Transportation • Shopping • Directions • Making friends and socializing • Dining • And much more! WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT US: “Babbel exceeds expectations, delivering high-quality, self-paced courses.” “Exceptionally good site.” -The Economist “Babbel is one of the stalwarts of the online language learning sphere.” -TNW **The World’s Highest Grossing Language Learning App** **Fast Company # 1 Most Innovative Education Company 2016** **Awarded Apple's Best Apps of 2014 in 9 countries!** PLEASE NOTE You will need a subscription in order to get access to the full learning materials for one language. Each subscription will be automatically renewed unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current payment period. Your iTunes account will be automatically charged at the same price for renewal within the 24-hour period prior to the end of the current payment period unless you change your subscription preferences in your iTunes Account Settings. When a subscription is canceled, access to the app’s courses and features will expire at the end of the current payment period. Privacy policy: Terms of use: SUPPORT We’d love to hear from you. Write to us with questions and suggestions at: FOLLOW US LIKE US



  • HELP

    By 1456622888
    Okay, so I wanted to learn German. I installed the app and payed for the subscription of $10.00. Then, I tried to start the rest of the Beginner’s Course, but then it would not let me start. It brought me back to the subscriptions menu. So then I clicked on the subscription that I had chosen previously, which was $10.00 per 3 months. When I clicked on it, then it told me that my 3-month subscription renews on Jan 9, 2019 for $29.99 and that I can manage my account settings. Now I’m not sure what to do! Can someone please help me?
  • Gut fur mich

    By Pfelzerman
    Next summer, I will spend 3 weeks in German speaking countries. In the 70s, I spent three years in Heidelberg. I went there with some minimal language skills. Out of necessity they improved. During the intervening forty years they have degraded. Next summer my family will revisit Heidelberg, where my daughter was born, Grindelwald, and Munich. I know I will not be fluent, but I wish to be able to handle basic situations comfortably. If nothing else this is respectful of host countries and sometimes it engenders like response. This program fits perfectly. The capitalizations, umlauts and esset issues are NO BIG DEAL for me. If I truly wished to be fluent in another language, I would enroll in an immersion program. I am 73 and have lost far too many Betz cells. This works fur mich without umlauts. Kurt
  • Helps a lot

    By Ilia2014
    It is very good now I speak very well in German thanks to this app
  • Perfect

    By ACourn123
    Very good for what you get, I mean you get to learn a language and that is something special that will stay with you for life
  • How to Contact App guys?

    By Tally fishman
    I don't see how to stop the monthly app fee.
  • Capitalization Problems

    By KillerAngel75
    There is no way to input capital letters. In the German language, it is very important to make sure the learner understands what words start with capital letters (like nouns and beginning of sentences) and which words do not. Please fix this.
  • Frustrating for learning German

    By Feemaedchen
    This program has you respond to translations by typing your answers but the program’s keypad doesn’t have the “esset” (double “s”) German letter and no option to input two s’s in your response so you get it wrong every time you need to use the double s! You’re trying to spell something correctly but the app prevents you from doing it. Not a good start for learning a language!!!!
  • Best apps

    By Artgol2014
    I tried so many programs for learning, this is the best one and easer apps I’ve ever had. Thank you.
  • No German keyboard

    By elvimarc
    I mostly like the program but I am very frustrated that even when I switch my keyboard to German it defaults back to English so I continue to get spelling errors
  • Overpriced for what you get. I prefer duolingo.

    By Can't have the same nickname!
    Overpriced for what you get, even when compared to other free apps such as duolingo. The developers should charge for the app as a whole (pay a single price per access to a language), and not an outlandish monthly subscription, especially when most people won’t have the time to continuously use it on a daily basis. I also don’t like that there is no way to skip certain “lessons”, which I am already very familiar with, so I ended up wasting a lot of time on very basic aspects of the language as opposed to moving on to more advanced topics. I have deleted the app and now use the aforementioned duolingo, which I actually prefer. In my opinion the value simply isn’t there.