Duolingo’s flashcard app Tinycards has made its way to Android, which is big news for anyone into that style of learning. But while the app can be used for anything, one of its best uses actually covers Duolingo’s biggest weakness: learning Arabic and Mandarin.
Learning a new language takes a lot of work, but there are some little things you can do to help yourself along. While you can’t really absorb what you need to know through linguistic osmosis, passive exposure to the language you’re studying is beneficial.
It seems that Google isn’t the only developer powering their translation app with neural network technology. Microsoft Translator also recently upgraded to better understand full sentences and provide more human-sounding output.