Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages

Rosetta Stone: Learn Languages

By Rosetta Stone, Ltd.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2011-06-02
  • Current Version: 8.30.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 227.98 MB
  • Developer: Rosetta Stone, Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
Score: 4.76485
From 207,777 Ratings


Learning a language can be an experience that transforms your life. Over 25 years of language learning experience has taught Rosetta Stone one thing: everyone has the ability to learn to read, write, and speak a language with confidence. Try the Rosetta Stone app yourself for free. Many online language learning apps will promise that you can learn a language in just a few minutes a day. However, there is a significant difference between memorizing vocabulary lists and speaking a language with confidence. Learning a language is about more than just the words. One of the mistakes new language learners make is treating language as an object or an end goal instead of as an experience. Ditch the books, translator, and dictionary, and surround yourself with a language whenever, wherever with the Rosetta Stone mobile app. RECENT AWARDS • 2019 PCMag Editors’ Choice • 2019 Tabby Awards Winner • 2019 Best Mobile App Awards: Best Designed App and Best Overall App Rosetta Stone has taught millions of people new languages, and you’re next. From day one, you’ll: • Stay focused with a personalized language learning plan based on your motivation. • Learn a language intuitively using our proven immersion method. • Perfect your pronunciation with instantaneous feedback. • Download lessons to do everything offline. • Access different kinds of exercises with our Extended Learning features. • Sync progress across all your devices. • And never see an ad, ever. For the first time, we’re offering every one of our languages under one subscription. Flip between languages as often as you’d like and enjoy the freedom to get seriously curious. To access, simply select Unlimited Languages when you subscribe. Choose from 24 languages: Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Dutch, English (American or British), Filipino (Tagalog), French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian (Farsi), Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Latin American or Spain), Swedish, Turkish, or Vietnamese. Select a subscription: We offer 3 and 12-month subscriptions—as well as a Lifetime option. Subscription Details: • Get full access to all lessons, stories, and audio companion when you subscribe to Rosetta Stone. • Payment will be charged to your Apple ID. • Your account will be auto-renewed 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. • Manage or cancel your subscription from your App Store User Settings at any time after purchasing. Payment will be taken until the end of the current period. • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Enterprise and Education Learners • Unlimited use of Rosetta Stone's mobile app is available for existing Enterprise and Education Learners. • Features may vary for Enterprise and Education Learners. For questions or assistance, please visit Learn a language today with Rosetta Stone. Learn Spanish (Latin American or Spain) Learn French Learn German Learn Italian Learn English (American or British) Learn Japanese Learn Korean Learn Chinese (Mandarin) Learn Arabic Learn Portuguese (Brazil) Learn Russian Learn Dutch Learn Filipino (Tagalog) Learn Greek Learn Hebrew Learn Hindi Learn Irish Learn Persian (Farsi) Learn Polish Learn Swedish Learn Turkish Learn Vietnamese For questions or assistance, please visit



  • Una buena herramienta de estudio

    By 81123106025
    A tiempo completo
  • Three languages so far

    By JT in Paris
    I studied languages in college, and for me, Rosetta Stone has been the best tool for practicing and learning languages. They’ve actually reorganized the instruction to the approach I’ve always used - 30 minutes per lesson, rather than units within levels with 5-30 minute instruction blocks. My recommendation is to do 30 minutes per day 5-7 days a week. Language is something your brain has to process and absorb over time. It’s much more effective to do it consistently several days per week than to do something like 2 hours every Sunday. The way RS presents the language, you learn the language with the appropriate syntax (word order), which means you learn to speak the language the way native speakers do rather than putting foreign language words into English language order - which makes no sense to native speakers. Equally important is the fact that it’s a sequence of instruction that you just follow. You don’t have to think about what you should be studying every day. It just pulls you along, and incorporates stuff you’ve learned previously to reinforce your learning along the way. I used RS to learn German when I moved to Germany, and I used it to refresh my French when I was moving to France. I’m using it currently to refresh my Spanish. I was really pleased with the results I got in Germany. In less than a year, I could speak German well enough to get around the country, catch trains, planes & taxis, order food, shop, generally get around & communicate effectively. The key is consistent practice. If you commit to consistency, Rosetta Stone takes care of the rest.
  • Not for serious Language learning

    By Nocturnal_66
    If you want to seriously, and I mean SERIOUSLY learn a language, do not use Rosetta Stone. Language learning is about learning the alphabet. Learning the essence of the language you’re trying to learn. It’s not just learning and memorizing couple phrases here and there. It didn’t help me at all. And problem won’t help a serious language learner either
  • Bigger PICTURES!

    By cmchaffin
    Love learning on the app just wish the pictures were a bit bigger and it was easier to share on multiple devices! Otherwise great tool to expose yourself to the world of language and learn to speak tongues. Thanks to the team at Rosetta Stone
  • Just started

    By Meta Rainbow Man
    I haven’t been using this app long, so I will review again when I put some miles in on it. My impression so far is very good. Lots to offer on the free version and when I have the funding I’ll give the paid version a shot. I’m learning mandarin with this and the value is better then most apps I’ve used so far.
  • Bueno

    By Joe1234567790
    Mi bueno

    By Rain Watcher 9000
    They got me on the lie do being able to fulfillment”lifetime” access. I bought this program so many times…. When I was ready to learn…… their lack of sales made them pull the rug on those they were in agreement with. Crappy company
  • Visual learning

    By fdyjftukfyxrt
    In my opinion I was expecting something else but all Rosetta Stone teaches you is learning by pictures and I’m not really a visual learner and I would rather be practicing spelling overall it’s good if you want to learn with pictures but if you don’t I don’t recommend this app
  • Good foundation!

    By plmzaqwer
    The platform itself is actually super helpful!! Using foreign language to picture only flash cards, making you repeat sentences aloud, read short stories, listening to audio, and go through grammar exercises, this method is what “fluency forever” and many polyglots have deemed how to actually acquire a language! It’s repetitive, but has more useful phrases than Duolingo offers for complete beginners. If you want to learn a language with a different writing system, I urge you to learn that before starting Rosetta Stone because they don’t have a feature to learn a writing system right off the bat.
  • Languages for Healthcare

    By Kuya Araw
    I work as a paramedic and often come across emergency scenes of Latino patients with whom I cannot communicate. Since I really need to be able to communicate quickly, I am undertaking Spanish as it makes things easier without needing to call a translator phone line. I have been using several different methods for the past 9 months to learn Spanish, and as of right now this one is my favorite. Rosetta Stone uses almost none of my original language as possible in teaching me Spanish, which is helpful to me because I am associating words and phrases with pictures rather than English sentences. Furthermore, it integrates pronunciation more easily than other apps I’ve used by making a shorter feedback loop, and speaking at my phone feels less silly. I learned the basics of Spanish by matching English and Spanish with Duolingo, but found at a certain level Duolingo has lost me on grammar rules and sentence structure. I have only just begun using Rosetta Stone, but after studying very hard for 9 months by other methods, I feel strongly that this learning method is best for me at the intermediate level. Had I known earlier how this app works, I’d have started with this one.