Saturday, November 19, 2016

Duolingo for Android updated and they're hiring an android developer.

Learning a new language can be challenging, but thanks to apps like Duolingo, the task is made easier and playful. My daughters use it regularly to learn English and Duolingo helps me keep tabs on their progress through a dashboard on the web and with daily emails. And progress they are making, unlike their dad. But that is another story. This post is about Duolingo's latest update to their app for Android.

The app was updated this week with a few features. Personally, I like the feature that allows opening the app from a link. Say, you are on a website using your device browser with a link to the English lesson in Duolingo. Click that link and Android will give you choices to launch the app in Duolingo itself or the browser. I think more and more apps should implement this.

Check out the change log for other features:

  • New colored monument images for switching courses.
  • Image placeholders.
  • Support for links to open the Duolingo App directly.
  • We're hiring an Android developer.
Check out Duolingo on Google Play Store for free and start learning English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Irish, Danish, Swedish, Russian, Ukrainian, Esperanto and Turkish.

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