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I didn't try it myself (yet): CanooNet Mobile From the app's description: German dictionary, grammar reference, and spelling aid combined in a single app offline Mode: CanooNet works without network access fast and powerful search engine convenient search and browse history direct access to LEO translations and Wikipedia articles You ...


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It depends on what you want to train (grammar, vocabulary...) One of my favorites is the free trainer "King Of German Article". https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.devtrigger.article.free.german&hl=en It helps you to train nouns and the right gender with it. You can also train the different cases Nominativ, Akkusativ, Dativ. As for ...


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A trusty companion for any German learner, especially english, is the LEO dictionary, and they have quite a good Android App. It's not an app to take up your spare time, but it is very handy for answering questions your have when you are out and about.


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Take a look at this new program for iPad and iPhone: http://www.learngerman.ch About 3'000 words for level B1 and B2.


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Da ich selbst keine Appleprodukte verwende, konnte ich die folgenden für Apple erhältlichen Wörterbücher nicht selbst testen: German English Dictionary by Cole Zhu Linguadict „Deutsch-Englisch Wörterbuch“ von bab.la... PONS


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I use the UltraLingua iOS App on my iPod Touch, and am very happy with it. I believe the actual dictionary content comes from Collins and is very good (the best German-English dictionary you can get either paper or electronic, as far as I know), it has a lot of words in it, full conjugations of verbs, genders and plural forms of nouns, example phrases, etc. ...


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Duolingo has a mostly decent android app.


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There are a lot of language learning apps for Android, it all depends on what you wish to focus on. As far as flashcards go, AnkiDroid is my personal favorite. Anki is free for PCs, Mac, and Android (but not for iThings), highly customizable, but you'll need the desktop or web or make up for the features AnkiDroid misses. Still, spaced repetition is a ...


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For practicing verb conjugations I recommend:German Verb Trainer There is also a declination trainer by the same company:German Declenser


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Ich bin sehr zufrieden mit der dict.cc-App. Es gibt eine kostenlose, werbefinanzierte, und eine Plus-Version. Es können außer englisch auch noch zahlreiche andere Sprachpakete heruntergeladen werden. Es gibt auch eine Sprachausgabe, die dann aber eine Internetverbindung voraussetzt. Die Übersetzung in beide Richtungen geht aber vollständig offline.


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Apart form the apps Gigili and Splattne suggested I also discovered: Busuu: This is a course based format. You can try it for free, but you must pay for the more advanced lessons. Rosetta Stone: If you buy Rosetta Stone, you get access to the iPad app. This is a fairly expensive option, but its the full Rosetta stone experience on the iPad.



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