Learn a new language with the world’s top-selling language app

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E-commerce is big and it’s getting easier and easier for entrepreneurs to sell their products overseas. This is just one of the many reasons why it is good to learn a new language. While the benefits of entering new markets and new customers are obvious, learning a new language can also provide cognitive benefits and help you be more efficient and productive.

So the question really is, why haven’t you started learning a new language already? Right now, the world’s top-selling language learning app, Babbel, is available for the lowest price ever. What do you say are you starting to learn?

Babbel has more than 10 million users worldwide who helped catapult the app to 4.5 stars in the Google Play Store and 4.6 stars in the App Store. The next web calls it “one of the loyal representatives of the online language learning sphere” during PCMag adds, “Babbel exceeds expectations by offering high quality self-paced courses in 14 languages.”


Developed by more than 100 skilled linguists, Babbel focuses primarily on practical topics and conversation in bite-sized lessons. The goal is for you to be able to confidently talk about topics like transportation, food, shopping, and more in just a month.

In the 10- to 15-minute lessons, you’ll cover useful topics while speech recognition keeps your pronunciation on point and personalized review sessions reinforce your learning. You can synchronize your progress on all your devices and study at different levels whenever and wherever you want. Just download materials before turning off wifi for offline access.

Babbel is available in Spanish, German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Swedish, Turkish, Dutch, Polish, Indonesian, Norwegian, Danish, Russian, and English.

Ready to learn a new language? Typically $ 499, for a limited time, you can get a lifetime subscription to Babbel’s All Language program for just $ 199 – that’s a 60 percent discount.

Subject to price changes.

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