If you’ve tried to learn Spanish years ago and got stuck at hola, you should reconsider Spanish lessons with Rosetta Stone. Today’s language learning apps are gamified experiences, but all those bells and whistles should be approached with some caution. Many learn Spanish apps focus on vocabulary games that appear to encourage engagement but don’t actually result in building confidence in speaking the language. After all, knowing ¿Qué tal? is great, but if you aren’t sure which situations it’s appropriate to use the informal greeting or how to pronounce it, it’s not helpful in a real-world conversation.
Rosetta Stone understands that the key to speaking Spanish is about learning the language, not just the words. The backbone of our Spanish lessons is a unique approach of teaching words in context, scaling up to concepts in learning environments rich with audio and visual cues that mirror everyday situations.
Rosetta Stone’s Learn Languages app delivers contextualized learning alongside customization options and technologically advanced features. As a user of our learn Spanish app, you benefit both from activities powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning as well as a proven instructional method built on 25+ years of language learning experience.
Spanish is the second most widely-spoken language in the world, so learning Spanish is a skill that will serve you well. With more than 400 million speakers , Spanish is the native tongue in 20 different countries, concentrated in Central and South America. However, since 40 million Spanish speakers reside in the United States, speaking Spanish is something Americans will get plenty of mileage out of both at home and abroad.
If you’ve been looking for an app to help you learn Spanish, it can be tempting to stick to something that’ll deliver the basics quickly. However, cramming your head full of memorized vocabulary is one of the least effective ways to learn a language. The best learn Spanish apps not only teach you basic phrases like ¿Cómo estás?, but the nuances of when to use the greeting and how to pronounce it.
Rosetta Stone’s award-winning app delivers feedback in every Spanish lesson with a speech-recognition engine called TruAccent. Advanced voice-recognition technology analyzes your Spanish accent and encourages you to correct your pronunciation before moving on to the next lesson. The goal of our learn Spanish app is simple—to teach you to say Spanish words like ¡salud! and así así so well you’ll get confused for a local.
Learn how to say "Excuse me, where could I find the best paella?" (Disculpe me, dónde podria encontrar la mejor paella?) like a native Spanish speaker.
Whether you choose to focus on the Spanish spoken in Spain or the Spanish of Latin America , the features Rosetta Stone’s app uses to deliver your Spanish lessons will help you both enrich and customize your language learning journey. Life is mobile, and Rosetta Stone’s Learn Languages app is designed specifically to meet the challenge of learning Spanish anytime and anywhere. Here’s how you can use a few of the features in our learn Spanish app.
Your smartphone can help you seek and find items using scavenger hunt games that use your iPhone’s camera to practice conversations using found images.
Need a little extra guidance to stay motivated? No problem. Your Plan is on standby to help you schedule time out for Spanish lessons and keep you on track with notifications and reminders. Available for Spanish soon on Android devices.
Phrasebook is your partner for those moments when you just need a little help (¿Puedes ayúdame, por favor?). Spanish Phrasebook is also a perfect reference tool for travelers because it works offline even when the WiFi isn’t cooperating.
Make a little progress even when your learning environment isn’t ideal. Audio Companion lets you download and listen to lessons, so you can take your Spanish offline and on-the-go.
Get into the rhythm of speaking Spanish with Extended Learning features like Stories that let you listen to and read along with native speakers. Stories can help hone pronunciation and give language learners a better feel for the cadence of the Spanish language .
For those moments when your brain won’t recall the Spanish word you need, use the long-press gesture. Rosetta Stone’s Learn Language app will grab a translation and keep you moving onto your next lesson.
Fun, technology-driven features help learners feel engaged, but the real secret to learning Spanish is context and practice. Like any challenging endeavor , you get what you put into it. Setting aside time daily to practice and speak Spanish will go a long way towards helping you accomplish your language learning goals.
To help you work smarter, not harder, Rosetta Stone backs language learning with a proven methodology that enables you to get the most out of your Spanish lessons.
Dynamic Immersion® puts Spanish in context
Rosetta Stone teaches Spanish in context by mimicking real-world conversations in a learning environment that mirrors everyday situations. Your lessons scale gradually, starting with the common Spanish phrases you’d use in daily interactions and giving you plenty of chances to review and practice before moving onto the next concept.
Talk like a local with TruAccent
The kind of guidance you get from a native speaker who can help you correct your pronunciation is invaluable. That’s why Rosetta Stone’s voice recognition engine Tru Accent recognizes and evaluates your ability to duplicate the cadence, pronunciation, and inflection of native and non-native Spanish speakers. By embedding TruAccent in every Spanish lesson, you get plenty of chances to perfect your accent until you feel confident speaking up for yourself.
Our customers have plenty to say about our award-winning learn Spanish app…
Thinking about downloading the Learn Languages app? Please don’t just take our word for it; hear what customers have to say about the Rosetta Stone language learning app that earns 4.8 stars in the Apple store .
“I had high hopes for Rosetta Stone before I started, and they really surpassed what I even thought they could do! The learning is picture based and so intuitive and helpful. The pronunciation software is pretty excellent and helped me execute the language great. Spanish is a breeze with Rosetta Stone…”…”—jc41019
Once you’ve soaked up a few of the glowing reviews for yourself, be sure to also pop over to the Android store to hear more about how users rate Rosetta Stone’s learn Spanish app.
“Absolutely love the speech and communication breakdown technology and visual association! Each lesson is broken down to help improve pronunciation and build confidence speaking and perfecting tone and patience. Such neat educational technology development that is organized and super effective in producing results!”—Daisy L.
Our lives are increasingly mobile, and any method that seeks to teach language needs to keep up. Rosetta Stone designed the Learn Languages app with mobile in mind, crafting features that reflect what learning on-the-go means and translate that into practical features that get you speaking with confidence.
Here are a few ways the Rosetta Stone app intentionally creates a mobile-first language learning experience for Spanish.
From your smartphone to your tablet to your computer, Rosetta Stone Spanish lessons sync across devices. That means no matter where you left off, you don’t have to worry about losing your progress.
Schedules change, and life happens. That’s why Rosetta Stone has a learn Spanish app that lets you customize your approach to learning Spanish, with features like Your Plan or Seek & Speak that support days when you can only do a little.
Last but not least, Rosetta Stone has a realistic approach to learning Spanish that emphasizes practice and not perfection. Even a few minutes of language learning a day can keep you on track to becoming a confident Spanish speaker . Our goal isn’t some hazy definition of fluency. It’s to help you feel comfortable speaking for yourself in Spanish during real-world conversations. We build that confidence by providing language learning that never leaves your side.
Watch as travel blogger Kristen Kellogg puts the Rosetta Stone Spanish app through its paces in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Using the Rosetta Stone app makes it easy to continue with the discipline of your daily practice. You’ll be speaking the Spanish language like a native in no time and enjoying benefits that will last a lifetime and go far beyond Spanish for beginners.
Discover why millions of people have used Rosetta Stone to enjoy learning the Spanish language with confidence.
Download Rosetta Stone’s Learn Languages app and start learning Spanish today.
Surround yourself with Spanish whenever, wherever with the Rosetta Stone app .
Download a unit and knock it out on the train or a flight. Select a 5-10 minute lesson and sneak it in while you wait in line or for your ride to show up. And explore dynamic features, like Seek and Speak, where you can point at an object in the real world and get a translation .
The best part? You don’t have to choose between app or desktop. Both come with your subscription and sync, so you can switch between devices seamlessly.
I've been using Rosetta Stone for years to gain basic competency in multiple languages including German, French, Italian, and recently Chinese and Russian. Starts with the very basics teaching basic vocabulary and grammar without any memorization. I've even impressed some locals in my travels with pronunciation and fluency. This is an excellent place to start if interested in starting to learn a new language or brushing up on one learned years ago.-Gladys
I am trying out Rosetta Stone, to see if it will help out with the correct grammar and conversation (as well as learning how to read and write the language). Within a week, I can already master the sentence structure and start learning the grammar with particles. The local community is so excited to see that I am starting to learn their language. Out of all the language learning tools out there, I 100% recommend Rosetta Stone!-Sy
I've tried other language learning software but Rosetta Stone is much more challenging and professional. I don't have to worry about earning points and following the leader board. I'm trying out the ninety day trial to learn some Russian and I will pay for the privilege once I reach the end of the trial.-Jim