Lingopie is part of the trend of language learning apps that try to make learning more fun – similar to Duolingo. The simplest way to think of Lingopie is that it’s a language learning version of Netflix.
What is Lingopie?
Lingopie, branded with funky letters ñ and ö as liñgöpie, is a new language learning app designed to be used like Netflix, with the idea being that you can watch shows in your target language and learn passively.
Lingopie offers two types of content: TV shows and movies. The TV shows are sorted by difficulty level, so you can start with something easy and work your way up. The movies are sorted by genre.
How does Lingopie work?
Lingopie has a team of linguists who select, curate, and add new content to the app on a regular basis. The app uses an algorithm to keep track of what you watch and automatically generates a personalized learning plan based on your watching habits.
The app offers two types of content: TV shows and movies. The TV shows are sorted by difficulty level, so you can start with something easy and work your way up. The movies are sorted by genre.
Key Lingopie features:
- Thousands of hours of content: Lingopie offers TV shows and movies in a variety of languages, with new content being added all the time.
- Auto-generated personalized learning plans: The app automatically creates a learning plan for you based on your watching habits.
- Difficulty levels: The TV shows are sorted by difficulty level, so you can start with something easy
- Access anywhere: unlike Netflix or Amazon Prime that will limit your available titles when you travel abroad, Lingopie will keep its catalog available to you wherever you go.
How much does Lingopie cost?
Lingopie has two subscription plans: a basic plan that costs $12 per month or $65 per year.
You pay once for all their languages. So if you’re looking to learn more than one language, this is an incredible deal.
Languages on Lingopie
- French (including content from the prestigious ARTE channel)