What is the best app for learning the Hindi language? Well, before answering the question let’s take a look at the Hindi language.
Hindi is the 4th most spoken language in the world. According to Wikipedia, around 441 million speakers speak this language and India’s most speaking language. Besides India, the language acquired the status of an official language of Fiji, Nepal, South Africa, and the United Arab Emirates. A large number of people in the US, UAE, UK, and other countries around the world speak Hindi. According to Jumpspeak Hindi is one of the easiest languages to learn.
I am from the US and my native language is English but I can write and speak Hindi fluently. Besides I am also good at listening. Many of my friends can speak even though Hindi is not their mother tongue. You will be surprised that all of us have learned to speak Hindi with the help of apps. After talking to my friends who can speak the Hindi language and some mentors who teach Hindi, I have made a list of the 8 best apps for learning the Hindi language easily without any cost.
Table of Contents
- List Of The Best Apps For Learning Hindi
- Bonus: Google Translate
- Some conversational words and sentences (English To Hindi)
List Of The Best Apps For Learning Hindi
Duolingo is one of the best free apps for learning languages. And if you search for the best app for learning a language you will see most of the list mentioned Duolingo app. If your native language is English and wants to learn Hindi then Duolingo can be a good option for you. The app allows you to learn Hindi grammar and vocabulary for free. The coolest feature of the app is it will teach the Hindi language with games. And I liked it very much. Android, iOS, Web all major app versions are available so you don’t need to worry you can browse and learn at home or outside.
Currently, 94+ courses are available and more than 500 million learners around the world are using Duolingo. The app is completely free but if you want to enjoy ads-free lessons then you can upgrade with a simple fee. The plus version of the app costs 12.99 dollars per month. But you can get a discount if you pay for a year or half-year. A free trial is also available.
The next best app for learning Hindi I would like to recommend is Mondly. Mondly is one of the most popular language-learning apps. You can learn 41 languages including Hindi from anywhere, anytime, on any device. It will help you to learn words, sentences and how to speak properly. All the pronunciation comes from native speakers.
The best part of the app is you can learn Hindi simply by playing games, completing your daily task, chatting with the chatbot, and listening to pronunciation from native speakers. The app comes with a lot of courses for learners. Mondly offers a free plan with limited features and a paid subscription plan is also available. It costs 9.99 dollars a month or 47.99 dollars for one year.
3. Multibhashi – Best App For Learning Hindi
Multibhashi language learning app is developed by Indian developers. So it is a great way to learn Hindi from real native speakers. The app is quite simple to use. You can also learn some other Indian languages such as Tamil, Bengali. The best part of the app is it offers you to learn Hindi or other languages offline. So you don’t need to worry about internet connection. Once you download and install it then you are good to go.
The Multibhashi language learning app is completely free. The app offers live online classes as well. So if you want to learn with online class then it could be a great option. The online class’s subscription fee starts at 4 dollars.
4. Learn Hindi Speak Hindi
Learn Hindi Speak Hindi is another best app for learning Hindi. It is a perfect app beginner, traveler, or business person who wants to learn the Hindi language. If you are a traveler and want to visit places or people who speak Hindi this app will work as your tutor. The app is developed by ATi Studios. It offers crystal clear audio and professional voice actors that help you learn proper pronunciation. The language learning app is completely free and is available in Google Playstore.
5. YouTube – Best Free App For Learning Hindi
Not only for entertainment or news update YouTube is a great way to learn the language, programming, and more. If you don’t want to install another new app on your mobile but want to learn the Hindi language then I will suggest you go with YouTube. Because almost all mobile device comes with YouTube app. There have thousands of video tutorials that will teach you how to speak, write like a native speaker. And you don’t need to pay a single penny for this.
6. Mango Language
If you are a beginner and this is the first time you want to learn how to speak or write Hindi then Mango Language can be a good choice for you. It helps you to learn grammar, vocabulary and definitely boosts up your understanding skills. The app puts challenges to the learners and helps them to practice what they have learned.
The Mango Language is not free to use. But it might be free if your local library offers it. It comes with three different price plans. And the price plan starts at 7.99 dollars (monthly).
Hindi grammar to vocabulary is all you can learn with Drops. Besides learning Hindi, you can also learn more than 44 languages with Drops. If you are a beginner and learn basic Hindi language for travel, business or something like that. Then you can go ahead with Drops. The Drops app is similar to mosh other language learning apps. But the best part of the app is it doesn’t require any signups. You can also learn by browsing online.
You can learn more than 2000 words and create memorable visual associations with new words. The app is free to use. But it offers app-in purchases. And comes with a simple subscription and it starts at 6.99 dollars per month (6.99 dollars in a year & 159.99 dollars for a lifetime). Drops language learning app is available in both Google Play Store and App Store.
8. Rosetta Stone
Rosetta Stone is one of the old names in language learning apps. It was first developed in 1999. It is similar to most other language learning apps. You can learn 25 languages with a simple subscription fee. The app will also teach you Hindi words and phrases based on the context of the picture. The app is available in both Android and iOS versions.
Bonus: Google Translate
Google Translate is one of the coolest tools to learn another language. It allows you to translate your native language into 107 languages. And simply listen to perfect pronunciation by clicking on the speaker icon. Just search on Google or another search engine by typing Google Translate or you can visit translate.google.com. You just need to do one thing is just type your language on the left side and select your desired language from the dropdown list on the right side. It will automatically translate and you can listen or practice speaking by clicking on Google voice access.
The language has come into existence around 500 BD (the latest around 800 AD). But the modern Hindi has been the official language since 1949. So it is almost 71 years old.
52 letters where 11 letters are vowels and 41 are consonants.
Some conversational words and sentences (English To Hindi)
|Good Morning||शुभ प्रभात (Shubh Prabhaat)|
|What is your name?||तुम्हारा नाम क्या हे? (Tumhaara naam kya he?)|
|Give me a glass of water please.||कृपया मुझे एक गिलास पानी दें। (krpaya mujhe ek gilaas paanee den)|
|Where is this place?||यह जगह कहां है? (Yah jagah kahaan hai?)|
|What is the price?||कीमत क्या है? (Keemat kya hai?)|
|This is my brother.||यह मेरा भाई है (Yah mera bhaee hai)|
|See you soon my love.||मेरे प्यार मैं जल्द ही आपसे मिलता हूँ (Mere pyaar main jald hee aapase milata hoon)|
Here we mentioned the 8 best apps for learning Hindi. Now choose the app you like most and start learning today. You can let us know which app you like most. If you have any suggestions feel free to ask me.
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