Learn German

The original interactive app that allows you to learn German free, quickly and efficiently.

Easy App

Easy German App

Simple, intuitively and elegantly designed, Fun Easy Learn redefines the way German is learned as a foreign language. It’s the best choice both for those who learn better visually and for those who are more responsive to auditive learning.

Free Download

Free Download

Learn German 6,000 Words app is available totally free of charge. There is no catch and you have unrestricted access to the entire 6,000-word vocabulary. Just click the above Google Play Store – Free Download button.

Extensive Vocabulary

Extensive German Vocabulary

Our app avails a vocabulary of 6,000 words for you to learn German free. They are not randomly chosen, but carefully selected and logically categorized into more than 140 thematic topics.

4 tuition components

5 Learning Components

For each word, you have the German word in print, its professional translation into your native language, word pronunciation, phonetic transcription and an accompanying image illustrating that word in a descriptive manner.

142 Thematic Topics

140 Thematic Topics

While other apps for learning German may be restricted to a limited number of thematic topics, our software comprises 140 topics covering a wide range of everyday situations.

3 Difficulty Levels

3 Difficulty Levels

There are 3 levels of difficulty, for beginners, intermediate learners, and advanced students. The Beginner level comprises 1,000 words of vocabulary. After mastering these, the Intermediate level unlocks, giving you access to another 2,000 words. Finally, upon completion of the Intermediate level, the Advanced level will unlock with yet a further 3,000 words.

Unique Learning Games

Unique Learning Games

Our learning games are not only unique, but also make language learning a lot of fun. There is a wide variety of games available, ranging from “Vocabulary” to “Match Words”, “Write Word”, “Listen & Choose” and many others.

Spin the Wheel

Spin Categories

Learning German is even more fun if you can do so in an entertaining manner. Our app can choose a topic, sub-topic and associated learning game at random by way of a “Spin Categories” feature.

Many Learning Languages

Many Languages

All the words of the app were translated in the following languages: English, Turkish, Korean, Russian, Arabic, Chinese, Thai, Ukrainian, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Polish, Italian, Romanian, Japanese, Hindi, Indonesian, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Greek, Czech, Brazilian Portuguese etc. So you can choose your native language in order to learn German.

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Reviews

The app is very helpful to learn German vocab and interface is jus awesome..

Sathish Cidharth

I like how they break things up into smaller related sections and combining a lot of reading, writing, listening, matching games. You end up breezing thru a lot of terms quickly. Which is great!

Robert Soriano

Great content. Not boring as similar apps and not only the basic vocab. You can really learn something using this app. Recommended! I would suggest if you guys have any more ideas, more games in order to practice more the vocab

Gabriel Bacarin

Best app…..gud job…. 🙂

Kundan Singh

Just started playing but already reaping the benefits of a very cleverly put together language learning app. Many thanks to the Developers. This is really going to help me move forward.

Sue

I m studying German from last one year. But I get stuck with vocabulary every time. This Learn German application helps to remind the most essential words. I appreciate your efforts to develop such a nice app. Thanx a lot.

Vishal Patil

Cool, Easy and good

Somboon Thawinpai

Great app! Thanks a lot :-)))

Tsogbadrakh Darisuren

The best apk! The best apk ever for learn german 🙂 !!!!

Christopher

Very useful and informative, really perfect app, it’s excellent!

Arthur Durand

Superb and useful app!!!

Carla Fonseca

Why Learn German?

Surprising as it may seem to some, German is one of the world’s major languages, being the fourth most widely spoken native language on the planet after Mandarin Chinese, Spanish and English. There currently are an estimated 120 million people, whose first language is German (plus another 80 million or so, who speak it as a second language or have opted to learn German for free as an additional foreign language).

Approximately 100 million native speakers live in central Europe alone (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, but also Belgium, northern Italy, Czech Republic, southern Denmark, Hungary, etc.), while another 20 million or so account for the descendents of the German diaspora worldwide. Important pockets of native German speaking populations can be found in Brazil (3 million), Argentina (1.4 million), the United States (5 million), Canada (almost 700,000). Mexico (200,000) and Australia (150,000), but also in South Africa (75,000), Chile (40,000) and Germany’s former colonies, such as Namibia (at least 30,000), the latter of which even has declared it an official language alongside English and Afrikaans.

German also is the most widely spoken official and working language within the European Union and due to Germany’s status as a world-leading trading nation and exporter also is an important language for commerce and banking. Historically, the extremely versatile language was used in literature and science, with many scientific and technical terms in other contemporary languages being directly derived from German. A person with a good grasp of German also usually has little problems in picking up related languages like Dutch, Danish and even English, which in terms of grammar, sentence structure, pronunciation and vocabulary go back to the same roots as German.

If you’re frequently traveling to Europe, German comes in handy as a communication tool in countries as far away from the “fatherland” as Bulgaria, Romania and even Turkey, where sizeable numbers of the locals have at least a rudimentary knowledge of the language. Lastly there also is the saying, “The best way to have a German’s friendship and affection is through his language”, and Germans will appreciate it highly even if you talk only a few words to them in their own language.