Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone

Designed & Published By Rosetta Stone, Ltd.

  • App Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2011-06-02
  • Current Version: 4.3.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 166.66 MB
  • Developer: Rosetta Stone, Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 (33,122 Reviews)
  • Price:
Rosetta Stone App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 33,122 Reviews

Rosetta Stone App Description

Tried. Tested. Proven. Rated as the top mobile language learning app by Macworld, Rosetta Stone is the award-winning program used by millions of people everyday. No flashcards, textbooks, or boring memorization--a few minutes a day is all you need! -- TRY IT: Download the app and try the first lesson free (other lessons available upon full purchase of product) Rosetta Stone’s mobile app is the easiest way to learn another language. “If you’re serious about learning a language, Rosetta Stone is well worth your money.” Macworld, July 27, 2016. “The gold standard.” – CNN “Rosetta Stone may be the next best thing to living in a country.” – The Wall Street Journal “The approach to learning languages works.” – TechCrunch *2016 PCMag Editors Choice *2015 Tabby Awards Education & Reference winner *2014 Tabby Awards Users' Choice pick We teach you a new language the way you learned your first: through total immersion. You’ll enjoy fun, interactive lessons that leverage pictures, text, sound, and real-time scenarios to teach you a new language in a way that really sticks. Learn one of 24 languages including Spanish (Latin America), English, French, Italian, German, Spanish (Spain), and Chinese (Mandarin), with engaging, self-paced lessons designed by experts in language learning. FEATURES: • Learn core language skills: speaking, reading, and listening. • Practical training: Learn to think and speak on your feet with lessons based on everyday scenarios. • Accent coaching: Our speech recognition technology listens to your pronunciation and helps you correct it, helping you speak more authentically. • Automatic syncing: Continue your language lesson right where you left off from any of your iOS devices: desktop, tablet, and mobile. • Offline capability: No Internet, no problem. Download lessons to use offline for on-the-go training (Coming soon for E&E learners). LANGUAGES: ● Spanish (Latin America) ● English (American) ● French ● Italian ● German ● Spanish (Spain) ● Chinese (Mandarin) ● + 17 More Language Choices! E&E and PAID SUBSCRIBERS: Free, unlimited use of Rosetta Stone's mobile app is available for current paid subscribers and existing E&E users. KEEP UP WITH ROSETTA STONE: For product updates, offers, and the latest from Rosetta Stone, including language learning tips, news, fun, and more, follow us on: For questions or assistance, please visit

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App Reviews

  • Needs a better update

    By James3307
    This app needs a better update because it doesn't let me get past the speaking activities. This app would be better if you guys would update this app. Please update this app. Title: Bad app. Stars for this comment: 1 star. This comment is for the comment section. Keeps glitching. I would like it if you guys would make a new comment section.
  • Pronunciation exercises ineffective

    By nielsonpa
    Voice recognition doesn't distinguish between tones and some multiple choice answers are configured to the wrong answer. That being said this is a fun, dynamic and mostly intuitive way to learn.
  • Recommend

    By Sherrywacker
    This is fun!
  • Love the program, but...

    By Seedner
    I Love Rosetta Stone, I purchased the program on my MacBook and I am enjoying learning Spanish. However, I was under the assumption that I would be able to use Rosetta Stone across all my Apple devices (e.g. MacBook Pro, iPad, iPhone etc.) with one single purchase. Unfortunately, that's not the case and if you want to use the app it's costs extra. The customer service rep quoted me $14.00 per month or $99.00 for the year. Not bad, but I personally think if you purchase the program you should be able to use it on all your devices without having to pay extra. They did give me a free trial to use the app which I appreciated but I still think it should be included with the purchase and would be amazing if it syncs together your progress no matter what device of yours you're using. Aside from that, It's a great program and I highly recommend it to anyone looking to learn a new language
  • Good app

    By Iman Mousania
    من خیلی خوشحالم که با این نرم افزار آموزشی آشنا شدم. خیلی مفید است.
  • Multiple Devices

    By Sig Adamo
    I love that I'm able to easily use both the computer via online learning and the mobile via the app. It saves my progress which is super cool! No reservations yet and have been learning Italian for about 3 weeks now. I like the platform a lot. Only thing is the when I have to speak the term sometimes I say it exactly as RS pronounced it and it tells me it's wrong and have to say it how they didn't pronounce it in order for it to let me move on. My grandma speaks Italian and I have been learning via RS with her at her house and she told me that my pronunciations are perfect and the RS software doesn't allow me to continue. Other than that we love it!
  • I'm learning Spanish!

    By Lorrilea
    I love how easy it is!
  • Less than I thought

    By Packmann
    I’ve used Rosetta Stone for other languages on different devices. I downloaded the course to use on my iPhone. 1. Some of the photos are so small or unclear I cannot determine what it is or what an answer might be. 2. I paid $200 for a course where I got 7 of the first 28 lessons. Then, I would have to pay another $200 for the remaining lessons. I am very dissatisfied with this version.
  • Grammar/audio inaccuracy

    By RobiNinja
    Great for Korean! I'm actually really learning. The only complaint is the part where you have to figure out Korean grammar... I end up guessing to figure out what it's showing me, and often can't so I go to a Korean translation app to understand the concept. It's kinda hard to learn and teach grammar from just pictures. Otherwise, besides having to use a second free source here and there, and the somewhat inaccurate voice recognition where you can be quite off sometimes and still get it right, it does teach you Korean fairly well. :)
  • Almost perfect

    By Advancing arts
    Some things I would like in the app are available online but I can't go to their webpage with my iPad it just redirects me to the app. Some explanations might help us to understand why some things are said certain ways. Overall well worth the purchase I would recommend this product to anyone hoping to learn another language. Bridge the gap between yourself and others you encounter.