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Rosetta Stone Alternatives & Competitors

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Top 20 Alternatives & Competitors to Rosetta Stone

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  1. Duolingo

    (90)4.7 out of 5
    Learning with Duolingo is fun and addictive. Earn points for correct answers, race against the clock, and level up. Duolingo's bite-sized lessons are effective, and we have a study to prove it.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Duolingo is:

    Easier to set up
    More usable
    Easier to admin
  2. Learning with Duolingo is fun and addictive. Earn points for correct answers, race against the clock, and level up. Duolingo's bite-sized lessons are effective, and we have a study to prove it.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Duolingo is:

    Easier to set up
    More usable
    Easier to admin

    Duolingo review by Lino C.
    "Good app but needs a lot of improvement.: I like that I can assign exercises to my students and they can type and learn spanish. The exercises are very easy to do and some students really enjoy the interface. "
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  3. OpenSesame

    (29)4.0 out of 5
    Optimized for quick response
    OpenSesame provides an eLearning solution that helps train organizations of any size.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, OpenSesame is:

    Slower to reach roi
    Better at support
    Easier to do business with
  4. OpenSesame provides an eLearning solution that helps train organizations of any size.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, OpenSesame is:

    Slower to reach roi
    Better at support
    Easier to do business with

    OpenSesame review by MARLA S.
    "Awesome Experience: I love the customer service; it is top notch by far. Each person that I have encountered, from my direct contact, IT, helpdesk, etc. has been absolutely amazing. Their tone, knowledge and overall sincere willingness to assist goes beyond the extra mile. Their response time is awesome as well. Additionally, I love the wide array of courses. We can have a need for "anything" and can go to OpenSesame and locate a course that fits our exact needs. How awesome is that!"
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  5. Lingvist

    (24)4.2 out of 5
    Lingvist is a language learning platform that provides courses that teach words in their order of relevance, i.e. based on how often they’re actually used in a given language, in order to decrease the time required to learn a new language.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Lingvist is:

    Better at support
    More usable
  6. Lingvist is a language learning platform that provides courses that teach words in their order of relevance, i.e. based on how often they’re actually used in a given language, in order to decrease the time required to learn a new language.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Lingvist is:

    Better at support
    More usable

    Lingvist review by Mohammad I.
    "Lingvist is the best app for learning Spanish and French: I am using this app to learn the basics of Spanish words and sentences. It provides a huge catalog of texts in its app for me to read and learn. It has a smooth mouse roll over support and I can easily hover a word and see its translation immediately which I liked the most about it. Also I have noticed that I can rewind the audio part for about 5-10 seconds any number of times to repeatedly listen to previous sentence back to back till I am satisfied with myself that I have learnt it."
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  7. Mango Languages

    (25)4.0 out of 5
    Language learning software for the adventurous, the ambitious and the curious.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Mango Languages is:

    Better at support
    Better at meeting requirements
    More usable
  8. Language learning software for the adventurous, the ambitious and the curious.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Mango Languages is:

    Better at support
    Better at meeting requirements
    More usable

    Mango Languages review by Christina W.
    "Excellent Program! Look: I learn very well with Mango Language's methodology. The repetition and more importantly, direct application have been great. The lessons are concise, relevant, and comprehensive. The progression of lessons make realistic sense for a person who is going to be visiting another country or needs to learn to survive quickly in another language. It's clear that they are building up different lessons for diverse learning styles. I absolutely love the movie learning! The color coded subtitles are gold (no pun intended)! One of my favorite features is the "literal translation." That has been invaluable as I decipher the foreign grammar. As far as conjugation is concerned, it's great that ML doesn't force us to read boring grammar charts and other things like that. Makes it easy to want to stick with the program and continue to learn."
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  9. Memrise

    (13)4.6 out of 5
    Memrise makes learning languages and vocab so full of joy and life, you’ll laugh out loud.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Memrise is:

    More usable
    Better at support
    Better at meeting requirements
  10. Memrise makes learning languages and vocab so full of joy and life, you’ll laugh out loud.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Memrise is:

    More usable
    Better at support
    Better at meeting requirements

    Memrise review by Caroline M.
    "Learning science meets fun and easy!! : I have my students use memrise in my foreign language classes for vocabulary homework. SInce I started using this app, my students have improved 150% in their retention of new vocabulary. The app is simple, straightforward, keeps track of everyone's progress, and uses the science of how we learn to ensure long-term retention of the material (as opposed to "cramming" material for a test or quiz)."
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  11. busuu

    (13)4.2 out of 5
    busuu - the free language learning community

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, busuu is:

    Better at support
    More usable
    Better at meeting requirements
  12. busuu - the free language learning community

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, busuu is:

    Better at support
    More usable
    Better at meeting requirements

    busuu review by Luis R.
    "Pagina Web para aprendizaje de idiomas.: Busuu es una pagina web que tambien tiene la capacidad para descargarse desde distintos dispositivos moviles para el aprendizaje de muchos idiomas. Tiene muchas lenguas distintas y es muy sencillo realizar el registro desde esta pagina. No se requiere de un pago inicial para comenzar con las lecciones del idioma seleccionado. Solo se necesita el deseo de aprender. La metodología incluida es excelente. Ha permitido que muchos usuarios, incluido amigos se abarquen en varios idiomas. Los niveles y distintos premios obtenidos hacen de este aprendizaje como un juego y esto es mucho mas divertido de esta manera. La interfaz web es muy amistosa y llamativa."
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  13. Open English

    (11)4.0 out of 5
    Open English provides online English school in Latin America and in the U.S. Hispanic market. The company was founded in 2007 to reinvent the way to teach English, while meeting needs of today’s busy professionals. The online school offers personalized, live classes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with teachers who are all native English speakers.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Open English is:

    Better at support
    More usable
  14. Open English provides online English school in Latin America and in the U.S. Hispanic market. The company was founded in 2007 to reinvent the way to teach English, while meeting needs of today’s busy professionals. The online school offers personalized, live classes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with teachers who are all native English speakers.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Open English is:

    Better at support
    More usable

    Open English review by Kurt W.
    "La Mejor Plataforma para Aprender Ingles: Open English sin duda alguna es para mi la mejor plataforma para aprender el idioma ingles, ya que resulta bastante dinámico y fácil el uso de su plataforma, la interfaz de usuario es sumamente fácil de usar por lo intuitiva que es. Para mi lo que le da el plus son las sesiones en vivo, donde puedes interactuar directamente con un profesor que realmente domina el idioma ya que es su lengua materna, y a la vez interactúas con muchas personas de otros países con las mismas necesidades de aprender el idioma. Todo el programa esta diseñado para que puedas aprender el idioma de una manera progresiva según el tiempo que tu le dediques. Otra de las cosas que me gusto de Open English es que cuenta con una app para dispositivos móviles, y así puedas seguir practicando desde cualquier lugar. "
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  15. Babbel

    (11)4.2 out of 5
    Babbel is everything you need to speak, write, and understand a new language. Learn what you want, when you want - on your computer, tablet or smartphone.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Babbel is:

    More usable
    Better at meeting requirements
    Better at support
  16. Babbel is everything you need to speak, write, and understand a new language. Learn what you want, when you want - on your computer, tablet or smartphone.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Babbel is:

    More usable
    Better at meeting requirements
    Better at support

    Babbel review by Jonna Leanne P.
    "Great for beginning and potential refreshers - but very basic content and format: The ease of use and explanations. I also enjoy the variety of learning activities. It is great because it provides visual pictures with words so those who learn in different ways, whether it be visual, spelling, etc, will have great opportunities to benefit from the product. It was super fast to sign up as well, and get started."
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  17. Voxy

    (13)4.6 out of 5
    Voxy is an online English solution providing organizations with an adaptive language curriculum.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Voxy is:

    Better at support
    Better at meeting requirements
  18. Voxy is an online English solution providing organizations with an adaptive language curriculum.

    Reviewers say compared to Rosetta Stone, Voxy is:

    Better at support
    Better at meeting requirements

    Voxy review by Juan Carlos V.
    "The best option to complement English courses of institutions: The content is always up to date. It can be adapted to your institution syllabus. The support and success teams are always eager to help you either to solve any technical detail as well as to help you to get the best of the platform. Also, they continously do improvements at not additional cost, which is great. In addition, the added value to your students learning process is amazing as they can continue learning outside the class with real life and interest based content. "
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  19. italki

    (6)3.6 out of 5
    italki is a community marketplace that connects language learners with language teachers around the world for online lessons. If you are learning a foreign language, you can find a native teacher to help you become fluent through personal online lessons.
  20. italki is a community marketplace that connects language learners with language teachers around the world for online lessons. If you are learning a foreign language, you can find a native teacher to help you become fluent through personal online lessons.

    italki review by Thomas D.
    "It probably depends on the language one's learning: I've been on Italki since April 2016, trying to find help learning Punjabi (Gurmukhi). I haven't had much luck: A few teachers have contacted me over the years but I didn't feel that they were qualified to teach (I used to teach French myself, years ago). The platform is well conceived and I'm sure that my experience would have been vastly different if I had try to learn a more common language."
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  21. Hello-Hello

    (4)3.6 out of 5
    Hello-Hello.com is an innovative mobile language learning company that combines language learning with social networking, allowing users to connect and learn from native speakers around the world.
  22. Hello-Hello.com is an innovative mobile language learning company that combines language learning with social networking, allowing users to connect and learn from native speakers around the world.

    Hello-Hello review by Saurav C.
    "Great language learning tool with basic conversational course and vocabulary training: The lessons are easy to follow which makes it very approachable to approach the difficult task of learning a new language. Also, the lessons are developed in association with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Influences and maintain a high standard. It offers a holistic training approach with speaking, reading, writing, listening and vocabulary building. I like the fact that it allows me take personal notes while learning."
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  23. Transparent Language Online

    (4)3.9 out of 5
    The Transparent Language Complete Edition combines the two methods needed to achieve language proficiency. This interactive self-study program delivers both vocabulary and real language in natural context.
  24. The Transparent Language Complete Edition combines the two methods needed to achieve language proficiency. This interactive self-study program delivers both vocabulary and real language in natural context.

    Transparent Language Online review by Kayla C.
    "Very holistic software, but hard to stay motivated: Transparent languages has a lesson for everything, and I don't think I'm exaggerating. If there's a topic in another language that'd you'd like to learn a plethora of minute details about, Transparent Languages is the correct software for you. It has tons of in-depth lessons on niche topics in different languages. It's quite comprehensive, and offers a variety of teaching methods (from writing, to speaking, to reading, etc). "
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  25. Rocket Languages

    (4)4.1 out of 5
    Rocket Languages system is based on both science and the practical success strategies that polyglots (people who speak 5 or more languages fluently) use, which practically guarantees your success.
  26. Rocket Languages system is based on both science and the practical success strategies that polyglots (people who speak 5 or more languages fluently) use, which practically guarantees your success.

    Rocket Languages review by Kelli  A.
    "Learning Hindi as a Native English Speaker (US English): Where to begin?! The ability to test my pronunciation, not just for single words, but for entire phrases at once is very helpful. This is likely to be especially true for anyone who gets a bit tongue-tied when trying to speak a new phrase at a regular pace instead of super slow. The "cultural context" lessons are a fun way to put what you are learning into a cultural context to understand when/where to best use certain phrases and words. Having 5 different modes of testing after each module helps drill in what you've learned in a way that doesn't get stale a repetitive. I also love the length of the lessons. It isn't too much of a time commitment, but I still feel like it's been a really productive session. "
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  27. ArabicOnline

    (3)3.7 out of 5
    A fully interactive course of Modern Standard Arabic. Ideal for beginners of all ages and backgrounds. Leads to an internationally recognised standard.
  28. A fully interactive course of Modern Standard Arabic. Ideal for beginners of all ages and backgrounds. Leads to an internationally recognised standard.

    ArabicOnline review by Layla T.
    "My review of Arabic Online : the course is good for all kids of learners. It doesn't matter what kind of learning you are. it does matter on capability. "
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  29. eLanguage

    (2)2.5 out of 5
    Unlike other language software, eLanguage does much more than just help you memorize words - eLanguage wants to get you speaking as quickly as possible - and for less.
  30. Unlike other language software, eLanguage does much more than just help you memorize words - eLanguage wants to get you speaking as quickly as possible - and for less.

    eLanguage review by User
    "No the best option: 1. eLanguage has trial versions for Personal, Business and Home editions. 2. Four languages to learn, French, German, English and Spanish. 3. It has internal translator, internal dictionary. 4. You can make a pretest for see your level. 5. eLanguage has videos for practice conversations 6. Has many lessons for different situations. 7. Can save the progress, based on your scores. 8. Basic games to practice, like a crossword and go fish. 9. Good voice recognition."
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  31. Instant Immersion

    (2)3.3 out of 5
    Instant Immersion will help you learn to speak a new language. Start learning today and be prepared to travel without worrying about language barriers.
  32. Instant Immersion will help you learn to speak a new language. Start learning today and be prepared to travel without worrying about language barriers.

    Instant Immersion review by Mandy H.
    "Great product: I really liked the ability to chose from many different languages"
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  33. Yabla

    (2)3.8 out of 5
    Yabla online language immersion improves skills with authentic videos featuring bilingual captions and interactive controls.
  34. Yabla online language immersion improves skills with authentic videos featuring bilingual captions and interactive controls.

    Yabla review by Naomi R.
    "Yabla can be really great in the right classroom: I love that Yabla lets students play the video clips at a slower speed and also allows them to put the subtitles on. It's also nice to be able to click on the words in the subtitles to learn what the new words mean."
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  35. Pimsleur Unlimited

    (2)4.3 out of 5
    Pimsleur Unlimited is a language learning software
  36. Pimsleur Unlimited is a language learning software

    Pimsleur Unlimited review by User in Environmental Services
    "Learning a language from the basics: The pronunciation techniques. Pimsleur walks you through each syllable of the word several times allowing you time to repeat. I used Pimsleur before traveling to France and after only a few months practice I had a lot of compliments on my pronunciation while I was there. "
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  37. Language Lab

    (1)4.0 out of 5
    Language Lab with Windows version
  38. Language Lab with Windows version

    Language Lab review by User in Higher Education
    "Language Lab: A review: The software allows you to plan lessons effectively with target outcomes, objectives, and vocabulary words. It also allows for students to work independently to increase their vocabulary."
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  39. Fluenz

    (1)5.0 out of 5
    Fluenz ambition is to make the best interactive programs to learn languages. We keep working on it. Be Fluent.
  40. Fluenz ambition is to make the best interactive programs to learn languages. We keep working on it. Be Fluent.

    Fluenz review by User in Entertainment
    "Fluenz Latin America Espanol: The software is very game-like and you can basically build your progress at your own rate. It's an immersive method to learning another language and it kind of 'sticks' with you. I've used it off and on for a few years, mostly out of interest, but I can still build phrases and ask basic questions without much effort."