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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 8.3.2
  • Size: 19.2 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: 24/7 TUTOR INC.
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
  • In-App Purchases:
  • German Food Vocabulary $1.99
  • German Restaurant Phrases $1.99
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German FREE 24/7 Language Learning Review


Learn or refresh your German, anytime and anywhere with a mobile language lab.

24/7 German goes beyond the simple talking phrasebook or flashcard programs, providing a set of engaging, interactive study tools that help you really learn the language. FREE 24/7 German lite edition is a fully functional version containing a useful subset of vocabulary and phrases drawn from several of the learning modules in the 24/7 German series.

- NATIVE SPEAKER audio for all words
- Priority based optimization system
- Entertaining PUZZLE GAME
- WRITE-IN quiz to test language recall
- New! SPEAK & COMPARE function
- Self contained, network access not required


  • B
    Horrible app. I got it as a refresher, and there are a lot of flaws. First, it directly translates English to German. If you say "I'm sorry" the way the app does, germans will think whatever happened acctually makes you sad. Also, Germans don't say "Ich mag ___" (I like ___) they say "___ glaubt mich" (___ pleases me). Last, it is just random vocabulary, that you don't know how to use. "Ich adfahren gestern" is not how you would say I arrived yesterday, it is "Ich bin gestern abgefahren," but since there is no actual teaching in this app, nobody would know that. I've only taken a year of German and I saw this in 5 minutes.
  • t
    I really like how this app has helped me learn, especially via the "write in" method! Some thoughts: 1. The write in method should not accept non-umlaut characters when the word is spelled with them. For example, the app considers "fur" as a correct answer, when "für" is actually correct. 2. The chime played for correct answers is always at maximum volume. 3. I must learn specific German words for my courses. If this app allowed me to create/upload your own flashcard data, i would gladly pay twice the price of the Vocab & Phrases apps!
  • CD
    Cybil's Dad
    Brilliant Brunette should not be so quick to criticize. First, Germans especially younger people do say "Ich mag ..." such as "Ich mag Eis." (I like ice cream.). "Eis gefaelt mir" is more formal, but as my German exchange student told me, none of her friends ( probably not even her parents) would use the formal version. Also note it is "defaelt" not "glaubt", which means believe.

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