Note our review is geared towards learners who speak English as a first language.
The interface isn’t “snazzy” but it gets the job done…that is if you don’t have issues with the software.
So, you want to learn Spanish but the options are muy confuso.
Or, maybe you’re visiting Paris and want to speak the native language to fit in with the French?
Although you must pay a pretty penny for this software it has a history of being successful making it our #2 choice.
Learning a foreign language can make you smarter, more decisive, and even stave off Alzheimer’s.