For students interested in extra practice and keeping their Spanish language skills sharp, the apps listed here are all freely available on the web or through a mobile app you may download to a personal device. Please note the some apps (such as Mango Languages or Pronunciator Language Learning) may require an external library card for free access.
Duolingo is a language learning app accessible through the Duolingo website or mobile app. Duolingo is free to use and also offers a Spanish podcast and short stories for reading practice.
Google Translate is a free digital translation service available on the web or mobile app. Google Translate can be a very useful tool, but remember not to rely on digital translation for your assignments (Ms. Schmearer will be able to tell)!
Pronunciator Language Learning is a self-paced language learning program that includes audio lessons, interactive textbooks, intelligent flashcards, pronunciation analysis, phrasebooks, and quizzes. Pronunciator is available through the Digital Maine Library.
Reverso Context is an AI-powered translation and dictionary tool that provides pronunciation and contextual examples of word use and much, much more. Reverso is available on the web, as a Firefox browser extension, and as a mobile app for iOS and Android.
ConjuGato is a free app for iOS or Android that helps you practice and conjugate over 1,000 common Spanish verbs.
Infinite French is a playful language learning game in outer space (no flashcards or multiple choice!). Infinite French is available for iOS or Android.
Duolingo Podcast offers stories in easy-to-understand in French. The Duolingo Podcast is available on the web, on Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Apple Podcasts.