Duolingo adds a family subscription and five additional languages



At its annual conference Friday, announced several updates for the language learning app. Among them is , which allows up to six people to access Duolingo Plus with a single subscription.

The plan includes like unlimited hearts (so you can keep learning longer after making mistakes) and an option to continue your lesson sequence if you miss a day. Subscribers won’t see any ads in the app either. New features understand a hub where you can review all your mistakes and a more advanced Legendary level to put your language skills to the test.

The family plan costs around $ 120 per year, but there is no monthly payment option. The standard plan is $ 80 per year or $ 13 / month. You can easily add accounts on shared devices and follow your family members to see their progress.

In addition, Duolingo hopes to make it easier for users to learn languages ​​with non-Latin alphabets, such as Japanese, Korean, Russian, Greek, Arabic, and Hindi. The company claims to have created new types of exercises to help people become familiar with character-based languages.

Meanwhile, five more languages ​​will soon be available on the app: Haitian Creole, Zulu, Xhosa, Tagalog, and Maori. Duolingo worked with the South African organization Nal’ibali on Zulu and Xhosa lessons.

“For years we have been working to elevate the status of South African languages ​​by creating and distributing high quality stories for children,” Nal’ibali COO Katie Huston said in a statement. . “Partnering with Duolingo to create these courses is another step towards uplifting and protecting our local languages, and sharing them with new audiences around the world.”

Duolingo is also working on an app that teaches math at the elementary level. The app will use the same technology the company uses for language learning and is expected to see the light of day next year. On top of that, Duolingo upgrades the BirdBrain AI learning system. He says the AI ​​will create personalized lessons at the correct difficulty level.

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