Have you always wanted to learn another language? What if you could learn that language effortlessly, while reading your favorite books or news websites like you already do? Introducing Sublangua, the subliminal language learning app, that will help slowly work another language into your vocabulary as you read. It's an evolution in language learning that we can't wait to tell you all about.
Simply tap on a word to see its definition.
Have you learned the word already? Great! Add it to your "Learned Words" list and it will no longer be translated so you can move on to bigger and better words.
Have a certain word that's become a sticking point? Enter it into your "New Words" list, it'll be translated every time it's seen with no definition given. Now that's forced learning!
David Brevner, of Vancouver, Canada, is walking proof that persistence is key. His idea, "Sublangua," was submitted into the Applits competition multiple months in a row, bringing home a well-deserved win in March, 2013. He had originally submitted the idea under the name "Word Swap Language Tutor" but also had the name "Sublangua" in his back pocket. David has played a vital role in helping the Applits team produce a quality app, and is proof that Applits idea inventors can be as involved in the creation of their app as they'd like.
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